Twitter is combining a bunch of things into one tab

It's called Explore.
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Twitter is combining a bunch of things you use to see what's going on into one tab.

Right now there's your timeline, and then you have to go to different places within the app to search, see what's trending, or check out Moments.

But with Twitter's new app update (it launches Thursday on iOS and in the coming weeks for Android), it'll combine trending, Moments, search and the best of live video under one tab called Explore, a news release says.

Twitter says is isn't taking anything away, it'll just make it easier to find the things you want to see.

Overall, it won't look much different. Here's what the Moments tab looks like now:

And here's what the Explore tab will be like:

ReCode points out it's interesting Twitter is pushing Moments further into its app, noting it was "the most high-profile product launch Twitter has ever had."

Moments launched in 2015, with the publication saying it wasn't the "game changer" people expected it to be.

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