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Twitter Redesign 2014: What's Changed?

14/01/2014 08:50 GMT | Updated 23/01/2014 23:56 GMT

Twitter underwent a pretty major redesign on Monday - but if you access the service through either the official app or a service like Tweetdeck you probably didn't notice.

This time around the design only affected the web version of the site, and most of the changes were aimed at bringing it in line with the newer design of the mobile, tablet and desktop apps.

Twitter said that it wanted to unify the 'experience' across iOS and Android:

The main changes are:

  • Cleaner white design, particularly for the top navigation bar
  • Users can select an 'accent' colour to customise the design
  • Slightly bigger followers/tweets/following stat numbers

So what do you think? Are you impressed, annoyed or indifferent? Let us know in the comments.