A social network that lets you post to its members is finally getting a bit of love from the Twitter app, according to a tweet.
The new feature lets you send ello messages to your followers, and in the new version of the Twitter iOS app you can see the ello profile of the person who sent the message.
The feature, which was originally only available to Facebook and Instagram, is part of a wider update for Twitter to make it easier for people to send messages to others.
Twitter’s ello system has been in development since 2014, and it’s been working on an app for iOS for a few months now.
The platform was recently revamped to make its social networking experience more relevant for younger users, and to make the process of sending ello more seamless.
Twitter was looking for a way to make ello messaging more accessible to the younger crowd, but it wasn’t clear exactly how this would work, since it doesn’t use a QR code or a signature to scan a message.
This is where the app came in.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said in a tweet that he “welcomed” the app, which is part Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, as it was a “great fit for our new mission to be more relevant to younger users”.
The ello feature will be available on iPhone, iPad and Android devices later this week, and the feature will appear in the app for people 18 and over.
The tweets also confirm that the iOS app for Twitter is coming to Windows 10, with the Twitter Twitter app for Windows 10 coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360.