Twitter Replaces The Share Button For Android Users With A Whatsapp Share Icon

Many people were under the impression that clicking it would initiate a share to WhatsApp, but it continues to perform its previous functions. Like most social media sites, Twitter occasionally updates the look and feel of its user interface to reflect how its users interact with the service.

However, sometimes the modifications are reversed since they did not receive the anticipated response. The next update to Twitter is presently in beta, and it has the potential to be the next controversial addition to the service.

Twitter updated the look of its share button earlier this week, affecting many Indian users. The arrow-shaped share icon has been replaced by a WhatsApp-like one.

This may mislead you into thinking that you may quickly and easily share tweets on the country’s most widely used messaging app, but unfortunately, this is not the case.