With the latest update for Twitter on iPhone or iPad Twitter was promoting advertisements on the app via a new quickbar. But owing to the rage of users and the whole web, Twitter has decided to remove the bar better synonymous as #dickbar on Twitter.
The controversial bar, according to Twitter, was for users to connect better with their followers, let users see the latest trends and also for promoting tweets. Twitter has now decided to make changes to it.
Yesterday the company told in a post:
Rather than continue to make changes to the QuickBar as it exists, we removed the bar from the update appearing in the App Store today. We believe there are still significant benefits to increasing awareness of what’s happening outside the home timeline. Evidence of the incredibly high usage metrics for the QuickBar support this. For now, we’re going back to the drawing board to explore the best possible experience for in-app notification and discovery.
So the update to remove the bar should appear sometime today in the Apple App Store. Now you can enjoy your Twitter stream without any irritating advertisements. We sincerely hope this is not another April Fool’s Joke though.