Twitter’s new “official” login page is an obvious marketing ploy for the social network’s new official chat app.
The official login page has been launched by Twitter on April 1, and users can now log in by entering their email address and password.
The login page allows users to access the Twitter service without logging into their Twitter account.
Twitter says that “users may now sign up for their account using their email, phone number or name,” which will not require the user to enter a password.
Users will be able to access their Twitter accounts on either a desktop or mobile device.
Twitter said that “the new login page provides a more secure and personalized experience to Twitter users.”
“The new login system is a way for users to securely access Twitter on a device or desktop,” the company added.
“Users who wish to log in without a smartphone or desktop computer, but still have access to Twitter, can access it on the new login experience, even if they don’t have a Twitter account.”
A user’s email address will not be shown on the login page, but Twitter says the information is not stored on the user’s device.
Users will also be able sign up with their mobile phone number.
Users can still sign up on the Twitter app, as well as in the app itself.
Twitter says that users can still use the new app for free, though there are some limitations, such as limited messaging support.
The company has not provided any further details on the changes, or the terms and conditions.