Twitter Bottom Navigation Bar on Android Removes Swiping Between Tabs


Twitter has just announced that its Android app is getting a redesign just to make user’s experience better than before. Now it will be easier for users to navigate while browsing through their latest tweets with Twitter Bottom Navigation Bar on Android.

Twitter Bottom Navigation Bar on Android will Save your Time

Twitter bottom Navigation Bar for Android is starting rolling out today. It may not be visible to everyone at the same time so just wait to see it soon. However, Twitter users on the iPhone would have to wait for little longer to get the bottom navigation bar.

Twitter announced the bottom navigation bar in a tweet. The latest update should add a brand new bottom navigation bar on Twitter for Android. It’s meant to enable users to navigate between all their tabs quicker and easier.


Many would be expecting that Addition of Twitter Bottom Navigation Bar on Android will remove something else from the app. In this case, you won’t be able to swipe between the various tabs of the app such as Home, Search, Notifications, and Messages.

The new navigation bar at the bottom of the app will be either white or blue, which depends on whether or not you have Night mode enabled.

This update cannot be downloaded from Google Play Store, so wait for Twitter to push it on your Smartphone and try the exciting Twitter Bottom Navigation Bar on Android.

Also Read: Twitter Makes it Easier for Users to Spot the News

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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