Twitter has announced that it has updated its iOS app with a fix for an annoying bug that would cause users’ tweets to disappear when trying to read them on the app. The issue, affecting users of the microblogging service, was first resolved on the Twitter web service on November 15. Now, iPhone and iPad users who update their Twitter app will be able to pause while scrolling to read a tweet while it remains on their timeline.
The microblogging service reveals that new replies are being added to the conversation Twitter This was the reason why tweets would suddenly pop out when a user was reading it on the timeline. “Now when you pause your timeline scrolling to view a Tweet, it should stay as it is!” The company tweeted. After the company rolled out a fix for the web version of Twitter on November 15, the issue has now been fixed on the Twitter app. iPhone And ipad,
We’ve made some updates to iOS to keep Tweets from disappearing in the middle of a read. Now when you pause your timeline scrolling to view a Tweet, it should stay there!
– Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) November 23, 2021
Twitter has yet to reveal when it will fix the missing tweet issue on Android smartphones and tablets. Earlier this month, Twitter Having said Users will be able to choose when to see new Tweets on their Timeline by tapping the Tweet counter bar at the top of the Timeline. The fix has arrived after two months of the company accepted Issue back in September within a time frame set by Twitter.
The service has made other notable changes to its apps, such as the recent decision Close Support for Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). The company has begun to end support for redirecting users to AMP versions of articles on the web. Last month, Twitter updated its Android app with the ability to change the light and dark themes based on the system theme. While the app previously allowed users to have an “automatic at sunset” option or to change themes manually, the “Use device settings” feature introduced on Android in October brought the app on par with its iOS counterpart that already had The same functionality was included.