The New York Times has released a new app that helps you read the words of tweets about black Africans, which are now being used by thousands of Nigerian Twitter users.
The app is the first of its kind for African users and is designed to allow them to easily browse tweets in real-time.
The app has been developed by Nigerian digital agency M.I.A. and the Associated Press.
The app can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store for $1.99 and can be installed from the Google Play Store for free.
The NYT, which has been criticized for using the hashtag #blacklivesmatter, has previously said it will continue to use it.
But the app now features a “black-owned” section where users can add their own hashtag.
The hashtag #BlackLivesMatter is trending in Nigeria, where a large portion of the population is black.
It has been used by people who are outraged about the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., as well as by the police in Cleveland, Ohio, over the death last month of 25-year-old Tamir Rice, who was shot by a Cleveland police officer.
A new hashtag #BLM, which stands for Black Lives Matter, has been created by Nigerian-American Twitter users to help others understand the importance of the issue.
The tweet-like app lets users search for and see tweets about a specific African person, person group or race.
It allows users to find and share a tweet with hashtags like #BlackPeople, #AfricansFirst, #BlackMassesFirst, and #BlackWomenFirst.
The tweets can be shared, replied to or liked, according to the NYT.
The Times app uses artificial intelligence to create images of each tweet, which it then translates into English, French, Spanish, Arabic and other languages.
It can be used on mobile devices, a tablet or PC.
It can also be used to browse other Twitter accounts and find the hashtag for a specific tweet.
The NYT also has the app for iPad, Android and Windows Phone.