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According to Digital Trends, "Twitter is launching an app for testing new conversation features, and it wants you to get involved. The experimental app is called Twttr (that’s Twitter’s original name, incidentally), and anyone with a Twitter account can apply to use it. If accepted, you’ll receive a notification in the next few days. The company wrote on their application page, "Twitter is exploring new ways to make the conversations you care about easier to read, understand, and join."

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