Twitter has redesigned its service to make it simpler, faster and more personalized in an effort to broaden its appeal.

Twitter has unveiled a major redesign aimed at making it faster, simpler, and more intuitive for users. The new Twitter goes by Twitter Fly and features large “Home,” “Connect,” and “Discover” buttons at the top of the homepage. On the left side of the screen, a smaller box invites users to Tweet, and below that visitors can view trending topics and Twitter's “Who to follow” suggestions. The changes are also adapted to Twitter's completely redesigned iOS and Android apps as well. The redesign gives smartphone users a well-matched mobile experience through similar functions such as the “Me” tab that  displays everything about the user, from direct messages to how the profile is presented.

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