Twitter’s redesigned and feature-rich web interface (a.k.a. #newTwitter), which was announced last fall, has been completely rolled out, according to a company Tweet. That means that Twitter users can no longer use the old version of the site, which has been the case for nearly a year.
You can access more information about #NewTwitter here. Of course, this means that all Twitter.com users will be using the same application, which is sure to make things a bit easier for Twitter when it comes to feature and design rollouts.
The company also released an HTML5 version of Twitter.com for the iPad.
Created in 2006, Twitter is a global real-time communications platform with 400 million monthly visitors to twitter.com, more than 200 million monthly active users around the world. We see a billion tweets every 2.5 days on every conceivable topic. World leaders, major athletes, star performers, news organizations and entertainment outlets are among the millions of active Twitter accounts through which users can truly get the pulse of the planet.