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Twitter brings tweets to more people around the world on the homepage

Twitter Inc. records over 500 million people who visit their site every month to see what’s happening around the world. From conversations around live events to breaking news to pandas playing in the snow. For one to access their content, he or she has got to sign in first. However Twitter Inc. is working on a way that its users can be able to access their content even though they are not signed in.

Yesterday the tech giant was excited to announce improvements to their site that will bring in great tweets to even more people across the globe.

The company is rolling out a home timeline to people across 23 countries; Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, France, Germany, Japan, Kenya, India, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Nigeria, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, South Africa, Taiwan, the UK and the US who visit homepage using their mobile phones. Yesterday it was hard to discover what is happening on Twitter without signing in. Now, you are able to check out a news story as it unfolds. This is in real-time and straight from the source, just like the Twitter experience for those who have to login.

They have also expanded their refreshed homepage on the web which is now available in US and Japan right now. Now anyone on twitter can explore and discover different topics and stories as they occur and some that are custom-made just for you basing on your location.[related-posts]

Twitter Inc. is passionate about bringing you the best conversations, news, and stories as they happen around the world. Enjoy the new Twitter homepage updates and experience a better glimpse of it.

Get the news without tweeting, when the timeline is made available in your country, that is!

Source: Twitter Blog

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