photos are now no longer appear in the feed. Twitter has said in a blog post confirmed . Background of this step is the endeavor of , the user draw more on its own platform. You should not only look at the on Twitter.This strategy was explained Kevin Systrom of Instagram last week. Although you can continue to tweet links to Instagram but the pictures themselves is no longer displayed in the Tweet.
As the Wall Street Journal blog AllThingsDigital reported , Twitter is planning in response already, photo filters built into its own photo service. This should be done before Christmas and provide users with an alternative to Instagram with its popular filters. For the importance of photo editing options with services which are seen, last week also showed Google, as it revised the photo app Snapseed free for Android and iOS ‘s disposal .
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