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Twitter offers filters for photos on iOS and Android

Twitter offers filters for photos on iOS and Android

A few weeks coming rumored that Twitter was preparing its own Instagram , ie add the service the ability to apply to photos shared in tweets users. Apparently the rumor has ceased to be because Twitter has just introduced the filters for photos on clients for iOS and Android.

Yes, in the end it seems that has decided to take on with the same formula: the filters on the photos. The news published Twitter itself through your blog and from there, have commented that the new version of its client for iOS and Android will come with this new feature that will allow users to retouch photos (and give them that vintage touch that has enchanted both users) before uploading to the service and share in their tweets.

Eight are filters available that reach of the labor Twitter Aviary and that, logically, they intend to concentrate on Twitter entire user experience, avoiding having to use the services of a third party. Indeed, the deployment of this functionality comes just after the announcement of Kevin Systrom to block the display of images from Instagram on Twitter to force users to visit web profiles and Instagram.

Indeed, Twitter has been the most emphasis has been in recent months that prevent users had to rely on third party services (eg hosting the images) and has given more money using its API to favor, for example, the use of official clients for mobile devices or desktop.

Updates for iOS and Android Twitter are now available in the App Store and Google Play so from now, we can begin to explore the 8 filters that Twitter offers as an alternative to Instagram. In any case, if we are to enjoy Instagram on Twitter with extensions like Instatwit or with the help of IFTTT can rejoin both services on our timeline.

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