Twitter 2022

Now with Twitter spaces: Join, listen, and speak in live audio conversations
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03.01.2023
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Join the conversation!

Expand your social network and stay updated on what’s trending now. Retweet, chime in on a thread, go viral, or just scroll through the Twitter timeline to stay on top of what’s happening, whether it’s social media news or news from around the world.

Twitter is your ✨ go-to social media app ✨ and the new media source for what’s going on around the globe.

Jump into the conversation with sound!Twitter Spaces is a new way to have live audio conversations that amplify the power of the human voice. Engage authentically with fans and followers, listen and learn about your favorite creators, influential people and activists on their live Spaces. From tweeting to talking, Join, listen, and speak in live audio conversations.

Explore top trending topics in media, or get to know thought-leaders in the areas that matter to you; whether your interests range from celebrity tweets to politics, news updates, best podcast recommendations or football, you can follow & speak directly to influencers or your friends alike. Every voice can impact the world.

Follow your interests. ⭐ Tweet, Retweet, Reply to Tweets, Share or Like – Twitter is the #1 social media app for latest news & updates.

Trending Topics Get ready for a new kind of media. Search hashtags and trending topics to stay in the know. Follow the tweets of your favorite influencers and crime podcast hosts, alongside hundreds of interesting Twitter users, and read their content at a glance.

Share your opinion Engage your social network with noteworthy links, photos and videos. DM your friends or reply in a thread. Whether you chat privately or go viral, your voice makes a difference.

Get noticed. Twitter allows you to find interesting people or build a following of people who are interested in you. Beyond chatting with friends, Twitter allows influencers to build a personal connection with their fans. Speak directly to the people who influence you – you may be surprised by how many answer back.

✔️ Build your profile:

*Customize your profile, add a photo, description, location, and background photo
*Post visual content 🤸
*Use hashtags in your Tweets #️⃣
*Draw in followers outside of Twitter 🌎

Track What’s Trending

Discover top trending hashtags and breaking news headlines. Follow media topics, Tweet threads & live videos, to keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening. Whether you’re interested in sports highlights, pop culture memes or politics, Twitter is your source of information.

Join a community
Go beyond just the people you know; use social media to expand your social network. Find like-minded friends or explore interests you never knew you had. Get informed on the topics that matter to you, whether your interests are mainstream or niche. You can share content or be a fly on the wall; either way, you’ll discover something new each time you open the app.

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40 comentarios en "Twitter 2022"

  1. It’s amazing! Love the app! I can use it on my phone to be able to tweet my followers on the go (when I’ll have time) instead of using my computer. The only bug I’ve found so far is that when you’re done seeing a picture or watching a clip at full screen or after reading a tweet and want to go back, it sends you back at the beginning of the page where you saw the tweet as if you’re looking at that page the first time (loading screens after each portion). Can you look into this. Thank you.

  2. Zygmunt J dice:

    All good but chatting session goes bad. I am not sure on the term, but it’s when you may listen to speakers with many users. I am not sure what specifically causes disconnect with the app, but I think it’s too much rotation of screen. This happens when rotating phone around too much. I would like to find these vocal debates easier; however, I am knew to this app as well.

  3. UPDATE 2: The app has become increasingly worse over the last two months. It’s not worth using. UPDATE 1: still choppy and sometimes takes a bit longer to load than typically expected in similar network conditions (even when no server outages are reported). ORIGINAL: Overall solid. While I understand that the iOS app receives more attention and features first, it’d be nice for consistency to have some of that polish brought over to the Android app (such as the occasional choppy scrolling).

  4. Bug with galaxy devices when selecting text. It’s blanking out and showing a non transparent white over all the text so you can’t see what’s selected. My friends, please make a proper tablet app for Android. Now that Android has such an awesome device like the tab ultra I think it would be a much better look for you guys to consider this. The app opens up with no scaling at all and just looks like a jumbo sized phone app. It’s time to do the right thing for Android tablets.

  5. It feels a little like a cluge, but the latest update removed the button to mute sound on videos. It was always too small and too difficult to press without selecting the video, but now there isn’t one and so sound stays on. This thing needs to be redesigned from the ground up. I just feel like whatever I stumble across is what I get. It’s hard to figure out how to navigate it reliably or find things again once you moved away from them. Not intuitive.

  6. The app has been way more unreliable in recent months. Not only is scrolling choppy as mentioned in another review, it can now take multiple attempts for tweets or replies to post. Many of my fellow followers mentioned having this issue without me realizing that I had also fallen victim to it. It’s not frustrating to the point of wanting to delete my account, but it has interfered with performance that was once of a much higher quality.

  7. Kirk dice:

    Interesting, entertaining I haven’t been on Twitter for very long to capture all it’s amenities. There are items I didn’t intend to access, but it is 2023 and a completely different world then 40 years ago. There are many fields of science and cell phones can become a excellent instrument to access these fields to get a better understanding of what you are looking for such as Botany, zoology. Example when at a Zoo and a person wants more information while observing a certain animal.

  8. Twitter’s obsession with turning itself into tiktok is ridiculous. It’s now pointless to click into any video filmed in portrait mode, as the bottom ¼-⅓ of the video is cut off by the text. If you really want people to scroll from clip to clip à la tiktok, at least provide a way to make the text disappear, so the full format of each video can be enjoyed. And it might be nice to be able to scroll through videos of only people you have chosen to follow, instead of an algorithm going off topic.

  9. The cracks in the foundation are becoming noticeable. The amount of glitches that I am now seeing on Twitter is unbelievable. It’s things like a constant “Log in” cycle: you select your account and you try to log in but it won’t let you — instead it brings you back to the login screen. The only way you can actually log in, is if you close out completely and try again. There’s a 50/50 chance it’ll work. Videos no longer loading especially if there’s advertisements. Audio is just autoplaying.

  10. Ryan lee dice:

    Is is good, but Twitter still has room for improvement. The “spaces” feature providing an opportunity for “regular people” to be involved in meaningful conversation is very unique, but still needs some development work as the feature is quite buggy. Beyond that, this is a great app for open-minded individuals with a genuine desire to learn or contribute

  11. Steve dice:

    The Twitter app is handy for having something that sends me notifications (and I always have them). On the other hand, using a web browser to pull up Twitter gives me the ability to bounce around to different posts, but then easily backtrack to a particular post I was in the middle of reading before getting distracted. You can’t do that in the app. This is true of all such social/news apps. So I often find myself using the browser as much as the app.

  12. Elanarmd dice:

    I’ve had problems with videos for years. Sometimes I’ll tap on a video and it’ll say “Playback Error”, and not play at all. Other times it will play, but when I hit the back button, it will continue to play on repeat until I close out of the app. Nothing other than that can stop it. Although I use Twitter every day, media is a huge part of this app’s experience, so I can’t see myself rating this any higher.

  13. They keep adding updates that are fine, but don’t make the app as functional as it could be. I want to download videos and gifs, and I’m very sure that many others do as well. The home page will just randomly refresh and because it works as a string of content, rather than showing you what you have not seen yet, if you want to see the posts towards the bottom of said homepage string you have to scroll for a long time. It would also be nice to have organization features for the people you follow

  14. Absolute rubbish. It still keeps refreshing after updated. This is the only app that does this. Additionally I have to turn off automatic rotate as this also refreshes the screen. Update, now you have captions I want to be able to permanently switch it off. I didn’t want it and did not ask for it, hate captions. Pity you did not properly fix the bugs mentioned above. Please do not add something without the ability to permanently turn it off. I am more and more dispising this app.

  15. This APP does Twitter nicely! I like the options for Twitter Spaces, which I use regularly. I do wish we could customize the font color, but it’s more of a personal liking an isn’t really important or necessary for proper usage. The APP does crash every so often, but no more than it did when I was using the web version! However it restores itself immediately after any crashes and I’m able to jump right back to where I left off without losing my place. Overall, I’m satisfied with this APP!

  16. The most recent update has ruined this app. The auto-generated captions are extremely inaccurate, way too large, and there is no way to turn them off? Who thought this was a good idea? The majority of the time, all the caption does is block about a quarter of my video, and just says ‘captions Auto generated’ and ‘unable to transcribe audio’. Then why are you blocking my video with this pointless message? In fact, most humans have ears. Unnecessary, and extremely annoying. Let me turn them off!

  17. This app is frustrating as heck. When you’re scrolling through your timeline, it will randomly shoot off to a whole different part of the timeline. When you search for past posts you made, half the time, they won’t appear. When you “leave” a conversation, it won’t even let you comment on that post again. And when you just want to send an email to Twitter’s support team asking about these issues, there’s no contact info. Just endless screens that circle back on each other.

  18. Zbot dice:

    A recent update has completely, and I mean completely, broken Twitter for Pixel phones. Opening the app normally wi bring you to the home page, but nothing is loaded, and you aren’t able to do anything. You are able to view the side bar, but as soon as you let go of it, it’ll instantly hide again. Using the shortcuts works, kind of, but the homepage is unusable in this state. Seriously don’t recommend until any way of fixing the issue is released.

  19. Stop adding “features” that are a buggy nightmare instead of fixing issues that have been problems for years. The auto-captions on videos is horrendous. Most of the time the caption can’t transcribe the audio. Even if it can, the captions end up blocking a 3rd of the video. Also anytime I like a video while watching it the audio cuts out. And the auto-refreshing while scrolling is still a problem One of the most popular social media apps yet can’t fix the most basic of issues. Ridiculous

  20. wind 225 dice:

    Having closed captioning for videos is one thing. Not having the ability to turn them off on all videos, and they appear no matter what, that’s annoying, and it makes me feel like I shouldn’t use the app anymore. To anyone thinking about updating the twitter app, please don’t do it at this time, until the twitter team can fix the problem that exists with captions. You’d think being able to turn off captions would be simple, like on YouTube, but twitter just makes it complicated for some reason

  21. Never had problems, now I can’t turn off closed captioning. Sometimes the button is there at the top right corner of the video and sometimes it’s not. But it doesn’t matter regardless if I choose to turn it off or not because it’s just has captions anyway, no matter what I do. Why can’t it just be an overall setting to have captions? It’s unintuitive to have me choose to hit the button to turn off captions every single time a video is on my feed,But to have audio played when I press it once?

  22. As of today the app is completely non-functional on my device (Pixel 6 Pro). Have tried restarting my device, force closing the app several times, and uninstalled/reinstalled. Nothing works at all. Even in general though, it truly is astounding how much worse the Android version is compared to the iOS version, even on a major platform like the Pixel. It really isn’t even close to as good of an experience.

  23. Extremely primitive design. No ability to see a list of just the people you follow. Must manually search for them every time. No ability to sort whatsoever. One big convoluted mess. Slow and unresponsive. No Twitter is not better in the app. They need to take a look at the YouTube app. Did I just travel back in time 20 years?

  24. I’m having an issue where I don’t get notified I have a reply on multiple occasions. Not the push notifications, like the actual section in the app where you can view all the notifications. I would have to go to the last reply and scroll down just to see they have replied and I was never notified. This issue has occurred probably a month or so now and I know a few others who are having the same issue.

  25. I like that the mobile app’s home feed has finite scrolling and so far find the features and performance of the app satisfactory. In terms of ads, after playing around with the privacy features, it probably remains the least spammy of my social media apps – however, I noted that I can’t have the same accessibility features (notably the high contrast feature) that is available on the browser version.

  26. There always come a point where, mid conversation with someone in direct messages, my messages aren’t sent. Whenever I retry to click the try again button, the message still doesn’t send. It just doesn’t work, making me have to not be able to reply during the middle of a conversation. This is very inconvenient.

  27. When I get a notification of a tweet from someone I am following and click on the icon for the account, it starts with earlier tweets. I reckon it would help if the latest tweets showed first. Or maybe include a feature that allows the latest tweets at the top? If the app, intermittently, won’t load up, go to settings and clear the cache for the app. I like the dark mode.

  28. For a long time there is still bad image saving, that won’t save the image unless it fully loads on screen. All normal applications are saving images when you press that button waiting when it loads fully, but there you need to press “save” like 20 times getting “image could not be saved” because you won’t know if you can do it yet. The most annoying thing, yet, the easiest thing to fix. Lazy?

  29. App lacks basic functionality. The “back” button frequently malfunctions and causes the app to close every time it’s touched. You are unable to go back to profiles you’ve been to before as there is no way of viewing history of past browsing. A really frustrating experience. This app was designed by a teenager in their bedroom for about £800, you’d think Twitter could actually spend some money on it.

  30. Very good app, super informative, new changes were positive. No news stories can change my mind (unless they’re factual). I have very very many negative opinions of the new owner, but he did well this time. He changed the app for the better. The access to politicians and journalists is like no other platform. Twitter is a unique source of information, it’s quite the news source.

  31. I use this app a lot and it bothers me how profile pictures are pixelated as well as pictures on the timeline. You have to click on it and enlarge the picture to see it in HD. Checked it on mobile web and it was all good – no pixelation whatsoever. A bit buggy too in terms of audio from a previous video playing even though I’m already on a different tweet. Embedding videos are way harder now. I hope these can be fixed soon. 🙁

  32. I like twitter and I use it often but there are glaring problems becoming more and more prominent. The feed will refresh when I am in the middle of reading a post. Lately, more bots have begun following me. The app has begun to suggest topics I haven’t shown interest in. The worst problem for me right now is the direct messages. My messages go in and out of visibility. Currently, I can’t see anything I or my friends have sent. Closing and reopening the app does nothing.

  33. Karthik s dice:

    Loving it. At times the feeds I see disappear only to reappear after a few minutes. Also, if I get a Twitter notification and if I view the notification, I cannot continue browsing on the app after viewing the tweet. Once I hit the back button, the app minimizes instead of taking me to the home page of my feed. Hope Twitter will fix it soon!

  34. I find Twitter difficult to navigate. As with most apps, Twitter seems to have been designed by and for millennials. People who are half a century old or older have a lot of trouble understanding the navigation. The symbols for all apps could be the same size, colour and placement within the app. Instead of each app has their icons all over the place. Consistency, reliability, uniformity are very important. Personalisation means the client is in control of their stuff… Not some faceless person

  35. When it comes to Android users. It seems we always get the short end of the stick somewhere. First it was the translate option gone now it’s the fact that whenever you scroll through a account and click on a tweet, when you go back it redirects you to the very top of the page. Edit (12/11/22): Ever since the human equivalent of getting embalmed took over, notifications for quote tweets have become nonexistent and it’s becoming an issue.

  36. J N dice:

    Recent updates to the app have made it impossible to use. The timeline doesn’t work properly, you get constantly spammed with push notifications (even if they are turned off or are from blocked accounts), many people randomly being unable to access their account, lowered account security, and more.

  37. The new method of videos playing has got to be one of the worst and most annoying I’ve seen on any social media app. Why do I have to tap on the play button before it starts, also I’m pretty sure no one asked for recommended videos; the fact that picture-in-picture mode and double tap to skip were substituted for all these is so unnecessary.

  38. I would give it 5 stars, because of how it used to be, but the new update is horrible honestly. When watching a video the caption is displayed on the screen and does not fade out and by pressing on the screen it pauses it and there is no longer the double tapping on the side to skip 5 seconds. Please revert back to the previous version or fix this problem. Worst part is that I can’t even uninstall the update.

  39. Rosaluna dice:

    “Failed to send” is the new normal… Why do we now need to click on play after clicking on a video? This additional step is just annoying and useless! And why is the “float” option for a video (to watch video and read tweets) not available anymore? Tweets are still suddenly disappearing when scrolling down or jumping back to the top of a profile, which is very annoying

  40. I cannot explain how actually unusable this app has become. For the many years I used Twitter, it was a completely well working app, no issues. This is not the case anymore. The entire app freezes and crashes any time I try to reply to anything, or change a location, or change profiles, or basically anything that isn’t just scrolling down. If there is any proof that firing 75% of your staff was a stupid idea, here it is.

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