Twitter is rolling out new accessibility feature

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The Twitter web app has received a new accessibility feature which may be helpful for those with poor eyesight.

Twitter has added a new high contrast toggle in the accessibility setting of the app which switches buttons and other UI elements to high contrast colours, which may be helpful for some visual conditions.

Twitter is continuously tweaking their web app. Recently Twitter has been testing a feature, which will let users scheduled tweets, for its web apps. Twitter is working on a Reddit-like conversation tree and Categorized Topic lists to help users keep track of conversations and what’s happening around the world in an efficient way. The app has also enabled bottom navigation features and is preserving the original quality of uploaded pictures.

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