Twitter, the popular microblogging website, updated its iOS app on Wednesday to prevent tweets from disappearing while users attempted to view them.
iOS users on the social media network have been experiencing disappearing tweets when replies are added to an ongoing conversation.
In a tweet, Twitter stated that “On iOS, we’ve made some changes to avoid tweets from vanishing in the middle of a read. When you stop the scrolling of your timeline to look at a tweet, it should now remain still!”
The disappearance of Tweets from view mid-read was initially addressed by the firm in September, and an upgrade to the disappearing Tweet experience for online was released earlier this month.
However, Twitter continued to have trouble with Android smartphones and tablets, with tweets disappearing abruptly when you try to view them. A solution is likely to be released shortly, although no particular timeframe has been provided.
The updates come in the midst of an extraordinarily busy year for Twitter, which has been introducing substantial new features on a near-monthly basis.
It introduced a new summary of popular items for Twitter Blue customers earlier this month, a premium service that was first established in June of this year.
Some of the other key new features that have been widely introduced this year are Super Follows, Spaces, and a new button to expedite the process of subscribing to newsletters.