Better late than never to have thought of the company of the famous bird Larry. It was a few months ago, more specifically on September 9th, 2015, when Apple showed the world its latest generation of iPhone: the iPhone 6s and, its big brother, the iPhone 6s Plus. One of the great novelties shown on that day was the appearance of the 3D Touch, a door that opened up to productivity, but also to creativity. Many developers got down to work to incorporate the benefits of 3D Touch into their applications .
Over the years, we have seen the App Store’s top applications and games updated to allow users to use new and special gestures by pressing on the screen . Some more lagging behind than others.
After a long time of waiting, Twitter – finally – has taken the step. A jump that has been made to pray, especially, after seeing how his competition had already caught up with 3D Touch months ago, as is the case with Tweetbot .
With version 6.54, Twitter incorporates new gestures that allow us to perform quick previews or open a floating menu by simply pressing on the desired area of the screen . Some of the places where we can make Peek & Pop gestures are
- Individual tweets.
- Different Twitter users.
- Multimedia content: links to websites, photos, videos, GIF among others.
In all these options just mentioned, we will be able to move up the preview to reveal its hidden menu . In this menu we will find options such as sharing the tweet, blocking or silencing the selected user, reporting or sending by direct message.
We can now download this latest version of the native Twitter app from the App Store.