Yes, Twitter changed its font
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Yes, Twitter changed its font

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Twitter has changed the way the platform looks, including changing the font to its Chirp font. | Image: Twitter

Twitter is rolling out its Chirp font to the Twitter app and feed, meaning that your daily scrolling might look a little different than you’re used to.

Twitter’s main account posted about the change Wednesday. I’m personally seeing the new font on the web and on the iOS app, but one colleague isn’t seeing it anywhere, so it may not have rolled out to everyone yet.

okay confirmed it did

— Twitter (@Twitter) August 11, 2021

Twitter detailed the Chirp font as one part of a broader brand refresh unveiled in January. “Chirp strikes the balance between messy and sharp to amplify the fun and irreverence of a Tweet, but can also carry the weight of seriousness when needed,” Twitter said in a blog post.

At the time, Twitter used it in things…

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