Twitter Tries to Become Reddit

Chandler Luhowskyj
Chandler Luhowskyj10 Sep, 2021

Like many other social media apps, Twitter seems to be facing an existential crisis. First, we’ve seen nearly every mainstream social network try to incorporate their own variation of stories (including Twitter, which was rather short-lived).

Earlier this week the blue bird launched an updated version of their mobile app that is eerily similar to the Reddit mobile app. It seems like that wasn’t the only inspiration they took from Reddit, as they’ve also announced a Communities program to help bring like-minded people together. Part of us misses the simpler days of Twitter where you would receive a text message whenever an account you followed tweeted.

What are your thoughts about these new changes? Will Communities fizzle out like Fleets?

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