Pulling all the way down to refresh has by no means been this satisfying

Twitter’s been within the limelight recently for the entire causes, good, unhealthy, and ugly. You most likely have already got a good suggestion concerning the unhealthy, so let’s focus right here on the good things — the app’s improved over the previous few months due to the addition of a handful of latest options, together with backside bar customizations and routinely generated video captions to call a pair. Now, one other cool-sounding (actually) addition is becoming a member of them and whereas it is fairly minor, imagine us after we say that it truly makes the app a bit extra satisfying to make use of.


As observed by The Verge and a handful of people, the app performs chirping sounds when customers pull down their feeds to refresh. There is a windup trill that performs in case you pull down, which is adopted by a chirp once you let go, and the loading spinner disappears to present approach to a refreshed feed.

Each noises are very bird-sounding and complement Twitter’s vibe. The earlier refresh sound was a reasonably boring pop. We hope extra sounds all through the UI will get changed with cuter ones like these… possibly a tu-whit tu-whoo for the like button?

I personally prefer to preserve all app sounds disabled since I discover them a bit annoying, however these new oddly satisfying chirps are actually tempting me to show them again on. Whereas it seems that iOS is seeing a wider rollout for this addition — the OS is usually first to obtain new Twitter options on cellular — many on Android are getting it, too. I used to be truly one of many fortunate ones to get a hear-in earlier than it disappeared. Possibly you’ll be able to coerce the app into chirping for you as properly by force-stopping it and clearing its cache.