Twitter has launched a new iOS design, and while it’s not the best Twitter app for iOS, it’s probably the most popular among all of Twitter’s users.
I use Twitter to follow a lot of news, so I loved finding this gem in the settings menu. You can now force links to open in Safari Reader Mode. If you’ve never used Safari Reader Mode, you are missing out. A lot of websites are full of full-page ads, pop ups, and other garbage that makes for an unpleasant reading experience. Safari Reader Mode attempts to bring the text forward in a clear window without any sidebar distractions. Enabling this on Twitter makes every day news gathering a better experience.
- To activate it, tap your profile icon in the top left, and tap Settings and privacy.
- Then, tap Accessibility under the General section.
- In the Web browser section, enable Open links in Reader View.
- Tap the back button, and you are finished. Now links will be much easier to read going forward.
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