Twitter Bird has had a revamp!
Twitter is getting rid of its unmistakeable cartoon-style bird and replacing it with a simplified, blue version of the famous image.
The change of branding was revealed early June 2012 on the site's blog by Twitter creative director Doug Bowman.
He wrote: "Whether soaring high above the earth to take in a broad view, or flocking with other birds to achieve a common purpose, a bird in flight is the ultimate representation of freedom, hope and limitless possibility."
However, you will discover there are limits to your possibilities and freedoms when it comes to using this Twitter new logo.
The website demands the new Twitterbird is official, unmodified and faces right.
A long list of rules lays out "do's" and "don'ts" for Twitter users, web designers, authors and advertisers. These rules can be found at twitter.com/logo
A longer list of "don'ts" includes giving the bird a speech bubble, rotating, animating or duplicating the bird and changing its colour.
Twitter says the guidelines are there to help users, so they do not have to "worry about negotiating a separate agreement with us or talking to our lawyers".
You will see the new Twitter logo on the bottom of our website and can find downloads to the this new logo on the Twitter website.