The mobile watchlist now shows up / down arrows in the left column, next to the number of characters changed. I like the fact that someone is working on improving the mobile watchlist, but I think in this case the previous situation (without the arrows) works better.
They are just too prominent. They are also redundant, the red/green of the font is enough. It is relevant to see whether an edit contains a small or big change, and whether it is more about writing or deleting. In te previous design the titles of articles were clearly the main elements, and the red/green number just a supporter. Now the bold arrows capture the attention first, distorting the picture.
These arrows might be misleading too. They somehow provide a meaning of good / bad, where green/up is good and red/down is bad. Intended or not, it's a wrong message.
My very first impression was that now we have an option to..... sort entries in the watchlist? Rate them up/down? After a couple of seconds I figured out what was going on, but then the initial pre-excitement vanished.