Recently, the Twitter chief executive officer Dick Costolo said that all the interfaces of the Twitter will soon sport a unified look and the company will soon be launching its Hindi service as well.
The Twitter blog post says, “Twitter’s global reach gives a voice to people around the world and as far away as the International Space Station. After launching Hindi, Filipino, Malay and Simplified and Traditional Chinese in the coming weeks, Twitter will support 17 different languages.”
As far as the Twitter user interface unification is concerned, the mobile interface will remain unchanged which means the other interfaces, the iPad and web app one, will be changed. Users should also be ready for some advertisements in their Twitter stream now.
The service will have the advanced functionalities as well, but they will be accessible only to those who will actively look for it. Looks like the third party Twitter apps will be in even bigger trouble now. The Twitter CEO also talked about how about 40 per cent of the users were signing into the service but were not actually tweeting, they were only browsing to find what others are tweeting.