Twitter just announced that the 'Fly' website and app redesign it debuted back in December is now accessible from feature phones and dumbphones via mobile.twitter.com. The goal is "to give every person on the planet a consistent Twitter experience," VP of Product Satya Patel said in a blog post today. The Fly paradigm aimed to unite Twitter visually under one roof and using four tabs: "Home," "Connect," and "Discover," and "Me." The new site is faster, too. "It uses one-third less bandwidth than the previous iteration," according to Patel. Evidently, as social networks and other sites grow to more and more platforms, the draw of creating one flexible HTML experience is becoming even more appealing.
Twitter rolls out 'Fly' redesign to feature phones and dumbphones worldwide
Twitter rolls out 'Fly' redesign to feature phones and dumbphones worldwide/
Twitter just announced that the 'Fly' website redesign it debuted back in December is accessible from feature phones and dumbphones worldwide.