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Twitter's latest change demotes Moments for an 'Explore' tab

Twitter may be getting ready to make some big changes to its app. The company is now testing a change that replaces the Moments tab with a feature called "Explore," Twitter confirmed to Mashable.  With the change, Twitter is opting to put "content discovery" front and center in the app, rather than Moments alone. Instead, the new Explore tab, which for now is appearing only in Twitter's iOS and Android apps, highlights trending topics and search alongside Moments.
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