March 6, 2013 at 6:20 PM ET
Twitter has added and refined a few features in the latest release of its official Twitter apps for iOS and Android. Search, autocomplete, and the built-in browser all get touch-ups.
Finding a specific tweet, especially a high-profile one, should be easier now: Searching will show one on top of the others that the service thinks you're looking for — say, Curiosity's enthusiastic tweet after landing on Mars, rather than related ones. Search also should show better autocomplete options for hashtags, users, and so on.
Follow a link in a tweet and you'll be taken to the in-app browser, and now the tweet itself will stay in view at the bottom of the screen. That way, it it feels less like a departure from Twitter.
Head to the App Store or Play Store to download the latest update.
Devin Coldewey is a contributing writer for NBC News Digital. His personal website is coldewey.cc.