Today Twitter rolled out a design update for their mobile apps, unifying the look and feel for their Android, iOS, Tweetdeck, and Twitter Lite applications, moving things over to a similar design to what Android has had over the last few years.

With this new design, the navigation has been moved to a slide-out menu, which can be accessed by tapping your profile picture.

From here, you can access your profile, Moments, and the settings.

Twitter has also rounded out the icons from within the app with a new softer design to them.

Twitter also changed the reply button to a speech bubble, which Twitter says will be less confusing for users who previously thought that the arrow meant something different. With the change, Twitter has also replaced their in-app browser on iOS with the Safari View Controller, which brings deeper integration with iOS features including AutoFill, content blocking, and the Reader view.

You will see this all on Twitter’s apps over the next few days.

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