Did you know that Twitter allows you to "reduce motion" in its mobile application? Specifically, you can turn on a setting that "Limits the amount of in-app animations, including screen transitions and live engagement counts." Our guide will show you how to turn this setting on. Note: These screenshots were captured in the Twitter app... (Date:01/22/2020 16:28) Read full article >>

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