Twitter has long been the go-to for tech news, but now the platform is offering a new way to read and consume it.
The social network announced Tuesday that it’s introducing an app called Liquido, which promises to make it easier to publish, curate, and share your content.
The app is powered by the open-source GitHub platform, and users will have to sign up to use Liquido.
Liquido is a new version of Twitter’s existing app, which will be launched on Oct. 15, 2020.
Twitter said Liquido will include the ability to curate your content, which is already built into the platform.
Users can choose from the same set of categories, such as news, entertainment, politics, and travel, as Liquido allows for.
Liquido also includes a new feature called “tagging,” which allows users to add a tag for the content that they want to share.
The announcement came on the heels of Twitter CEO Dick Costolo announcing that the company will move to a platform called Flattr, which would allow users to organize their content into tags.
The company announced last month that it was shutting down its original news feed, a move that came just two weeks after it said it was eliminating the original version of its news feed.
The company’s new app is the latest in a series of updates to Twitter since it acquired Instagram in 2014.