However, this does not mean that the "trending" concept is out. The same information will now exist under the 'Search' tab, where trends will now include a more detailed description.
For example, if earlier users could see #MumbaiBlasts as a trend without any context, now, the hashtag will include more details, like, #MumbaiBlasts: Memon to hang.
The move is intended to help people discover more content within the Twitter app.
It aligns with other changes Twitter has made over the past year, including the addition of recommended tweets in user timelines.
A more detailed trends section may help users connect more easily with the news.
The new feature is available for English-language users in the US both on iOS and Android platforms.