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Twitter rolled out an update to its iPhone app on Tuesday that lets you see tweets in reverse chronological order, with the newest tweets at the top of your feed. It's a change from how Twitter had been showing its timeline, where popular "top" tweets were displayed ahead of the most recent tweets.
I didn't like Twitter's method of promoting older, but popular, tweets first, because it made it hard to read what's happening in the present. Often, for example, I'd open Twitter and see popular news stories that were several hours old toward the top of my feed. I prefer to see what's happening right now.
The change is also coming to Android soon, and has been available on Twitter's website for months.
You can quickly swap between reverse-chronological and top-tweets first mode. All you need to do is:
If you want to change the settings on Twitter.com: