Here is a screenshoot of the new page.

Note that app descriptions are now shown to users incase you were lazy (like
me) and didn't include a real description.

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On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 14:02, Matt Harris <>wrote:

> Hey Developers,
> Some of you may have noticed already that earlier today we deployed a
> redesign of the OAuth screens.
> We know both you and your users have been asking for better clarity about
> what an application can see and do with an account and these screens are a
> step towards doing that.
> One of the areas we wanted to improve is showing the details of your
> application. If you visit the new screens you will see we've separated your
> application details from the permissions that are being requested. We did
> this to help users see that it is your application, not Twitter's. Remember
> you can update your application details at anytime on
> .
> Mobile and international support has also been improved and we now use the
> same rendering templates as those created for Web Intents. This ensures the
> design matches the rest of #newtwitter and, more importantly, works
> cross-browser, cross-platform, and multilingual.
> We hope you find the new designs more welcoming and friendly. Let us know
> what you think.
> Best,
> @themattharris
> Developer Advocate, Twitter
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