Starting Wednesday, Twitter is making some updates to the trends experience on mobile to make them more informative and easier to find.

As trends are not always self-explanatory, therefore the new update will show a description below each trend. Since trends tend to be abbreviations without context, like #NYFW, a description will make it clear that this trend is about New York Fashion Week. The new trends experience may also include how many Tweets have been sent and whether a topic is trending up or down.

As part of this change, Twitter is moving trends to the search page and retiring #discover and activity for all iOS and Android users. The company have been working to make content easier to find over the last several months in places like your home timeline – with recaps and Tweets from within your network – and through efforts like MagicRecs. We’ll continue to make improvements like these in the future.

The users need to update their Twitter app for iOS or Android to the latest version to access these features. The new trends with descriptions experience is rolling out now in the U.S. in English for users who have tailored trends on iOS and Android.

Twitter is currently experimenting with similar features on web and look forward to expanding this experience to more countries in the future.