Twitter has rolled out the prototype beta app called “Twttr” to selected users. The application is basically aimed at testing yet-to-be-introduced Twitter features.
Twitter is exploring new ways to make the conversation easier to read, understand and join. As per the report, the features that are currently being tested are pertaining to the design of conversations and replies on Twitter.
If keeping a tab on the upcoming features is your thing, you can register your account for Twttr to try out the new add-ons.
How to Sign Up for Twttr (Twitter Beta Testing App)
- Make sure an email address is registered with your Twitter account.
- This prototype program is currently only available for iOS.
- Keep in mind, not everyone will get a chance to try out this prototype app.
Step #1. Head over to this link to access Twitter Prototype Program Application form.”
Step #2. Now, you need to type in your Twitter @username.
Step #3. Choose the device you primarily use to access the app.
Step #4. Select the language you speak and write.
Step #5. Select the country you live in. Then, tap on Finish.
Now, you will have to wait for a few weeks for the email invite. Then, you need to click on the email invite to confirm that you want to take part in the program.
Next up, you have to wait for another email invite to download the app and start testing the upcoming features.
There you go!
Stay Tuned in For More…
It’s really nice to keep an eye on the new add-ons and also give them a try before anyone else. But there is one downside, which you must keep in mind before moving ahead.
The prototype beta app might not work reliably. Thus, you must be prepared to encounter issues like sudden crashing or freezing.
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