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Is Twitter Launching a Way to Easily Fire Up Tweetstorms?

President Donald Trump may want to trade in his iPhone for an Android device. Twitter user Devesh Logendran discovered a feature in Twitter's Android application that allows users to send a string of connected tweets, or a "tweetstorm," as a threaded conversation, and he shared the images below with The Next Web director of social...
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