YouTube mobile apps get revamped homepage and improved recommendations

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YouTube has updated its mobile apps on Android and iOS with a revamped homepage and other UI tweaks as well. Both the apps are getting a visual overhaul for its homefeed. Continue reading “YouTube mobile apps get revamped homepage and improved recommendations”

Update for Chrome on Android brings an 8 icon view in new tab page


Google is almost always releasing updates with changes in terms of UI, performance and stability. Although some of the changes might be minor, they still play a role in improving the overall experience of the user. Chrome for Android has now received an update that changes the layout of the new tab page

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Twitter revamps homepage to attract more users

Twitter has redesigned homepage of its web client with aim to lure non-Twitter users.It features topics that point to timelines of tweets from popular Twitter accounts and a prominent search bar that makes suggestions, as well as a way to login.


The new homepage shows curated content streams and this does not require users to sign in to Twitter. The content ranges from various sections like TV Shows and Stars, Cute Animals, Business news, Pop Artists and so on. Once you click one one of those topics, you’ll see a stream of popular tweets within the category. The new homepage also includes a prominent search bar that suggests queries for popular trends and hashtags.

The redesigned page will allow you to check out real time news and conversations even if you do not plan on creating an account. Twitter had announced in November that 125 million users visit the Twitter homepage which is half of its actual user base. The micro blogging site said that the new is first coming to the U.S and will bring it to more users over time.

Google changes its homepage design for mobile

Google has been changing the design of their services from quite some time now, experimenting with different layouts and interface design. Now Google has changed its mobile homepage to look somewhat like Google+. They are looking to have a unified design for all their services is what I think.

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