A rather industrious Twitter user by the name of Jane Manchun Wong (via MSPU) has uncovered some new settings within the Twitter Progressive Web App (PWA) that add options for app text size, color theme, and brightness.
Interestingly, this is the first sign we’ve seen of colored themes beyond the Dark Mode variants on the Twitter apps. Judging by the icons underneath each color, these themes appear to be called Cherry Blossom (or Sakura), Avocado, Fire, Star, and Octopus.
Twitter is testing "Customize your view" UI, allowing users to change theme color, shades of dark mode and font size!
This will replace the "Dark Mode" sidebar toggle pic.twitter.com/2UDkmVG6W8
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) June 28, 2019
These new settings are apparently being tested internally for now but the chances of them eventually rolling out to users is incredibly likely.
The Twitter PWA code is what’s used to run the web version of Twitter in addition to the official Windows 10 Twitter app so Windows 10 users will be able to get their hands on these options one way or another.
The Twitter PWA updated last week with a significant menu design refresh.
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