Twitter for Android, at last, gets a search feature that should’ve shown up a whole lot earlier

While direct messages are extraordinary for private discussions on Twitter, it gets progressively testing to find that one string you’re searching for in the long list you’ve developed over the years. To make the process smoother, Twitter is at last adding a search bar in the DM part of its Android application — around two years after the iOS application got one.

Up to this point, you needed to manually scroll through the entirety of your discussions in the event that you were searching for some particular talk. It was tedious, however the entire experience was likewise horrendous for a modern app. With this new search bar, you’ll have the option to look over your chats by recipients’ names definitely more rapidly than previously.

Nonetheless, Twitter actually comes up short on the ability to look within individual threads. This sort of deep search proves to be useful when you remember a message’s content however manually searching inside each thread isn’t feasible. In its declaration, Twitter said it’s working on the feature, and it ought to be out in a little while this year.

The DM search bar ought to show up automatically in your Twitter app with no intervention. On the off chance that it hasn’t as of now, you can take a stab at updating the application to the most recent version either through the Play Store or APK Mirror, however it would seem that the search bar is part of a server-side rollout.