Twitter Officially Switches: R.I.P. Old Twitter, Long Live #NewTwitter

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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.