Joaquim Vergés, joined a year ago Twitter team after that journey with your own Falcon Pro customer that placed itself as one of the best apps from third parties for this social network of micromensajes. Verges has shown us that he knows to develop software with a Falcon Pro that had certain details well elegant, apart from possessing a really magnificent interface that elevated the experience on Twitter.
A year we could see in him a Tweet on his Twitter account as one of the best innovations of the app from Twitter for Android, the theme of the night. A dark theme that perfectly can become the theme by default to have another visual experience with the official Twitter app. And the reality is it’s nice to now move through the timeline with this subject that almost completely transforms the way in which we access the visual app, to almost be with itself that it launched Verges a few years ago in Android.
The night mode is located on the side navigation panel with a button to turn it on or off as you want. You access this panel from your profile image, and you’ll have it there just to activate it. Perhaps it would be interesting that integrated the option so that this mode will activate and deactivate automatically at certain time of the day, but as it stands now seems more like a way to change the visual experience in full for that ever-active dark theme.
Now on Android! Turn on night mode to Tweet in the dark. https://t.co/XVpmQeHdAk pic.twitter.com/vrIDEM22vO
-Twitter (@twitter) July 26, 2016
So that we have missed a great app from Twitter since Falcon Pro we leave and we didn’t want to go through to find some alternative cash, today is a great day to have another visual experience more in line with which it had in the early years with a Joaquim Vergés which was capable of dazzling thousands of users around the world.
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