After already making a few tweaks in April to the interface, Twitter now has a dedicated profile image, slide-out menu, other changes that make the app look more at home on ’s operating system. From the main screen you can now swipe through four tab bars to access Home, Notifications, Direct Messages, Moments. The latest update also adds a profile page that slides out from the left of the screen instead of being accessed through an overflow button at the top-right of the homepage. From here you can switch accounts, see the timeline of your lists, check out the Highlights compilation of relevant tweets, access the app’s settings. so, you now compose tweets using a floating action button. This the tab design have been present already if you’ve been using the Twitter for Android beta. Those on the stable build will see the new update arrive soon in the ay Store. y this matters: Twitter on Android has long felt like a second-class citizen compared to the iOS version. On the ione, for example, there are more splashes of animation adherence to the platform’s design cues. This update goes a long way towards closing the gap, though the release of third-party Twitter app Flamingo (from the maker of ather eline) this week shows there are even more ways that the social network could embrace ’s design aesthetic.