Twitter is rolling out an update to its website in an effort to have it mirror the look and feel of its iOS and Android apps. Included in this update, twitter users now will be able to personalize their profile some more — the settings menu now includes an option to add accent colors.
Here’s what the new Twitter.com looks like.
You will notice that the navigation bar is a different color and style than before, matching what one would find on the mobile apps. Some of the icons have received an update as well, such as the one for direct messages.
Additionally, when looking at your home feed, your profile picture and background will now appear in the top left-hand side of the screen, right above where the number of Tweets you’ve sent are located.
Some users are reporting that they have the updated look now, but if you don’t, most likely you will soon.