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Twitter Taking Applications for Prototype ‘Twttr’ App for Testing New Features

Twitter today launched its Twitter Prototype Program and is accepting applications from people who want to beta test new Twitter features on iOS devices. Twitter’s tests will be done through a new app called Twttr rather than in the existing Twitter app.

The first feature Twitter plans to test is a new design for conversations, which will make it easier to follow replies to an initial tweet.

Twitter asks beta testing applicants for their user name, which device they most often use Twitter on, primary language, and country of residence.

Want to help us build some new Twitter features?

We want it to be easier to read, understand, and join conversations — and we’d love to know what you think.

Sign up to be one of the first to try out our new prototype app, twttr. #LetsHaveAConvo

— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) February 20, 2019

After filling out the form, the company says users who have applied will receive an update on application status within a few weeks.

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