According to a report on AppleInsider today, Twitter has worked quickly to replace the integrated viewing of Instagram photos in the app, which was yesterday pulled from Twitter by Facebook Instagram, by installing its own image filters, among other things. The official Twitter blog said that the image effects were created by photo-editing software firm, Aviary. There are eight filters in total, namely, vignette, black & white, warm, cool, vintage, cinematic, happy, and gritty. Just as with Instagram, you use the filters after first taking a picture via the app, then choosing a filter, either by tapping on a preview in the grid view, or by swiping through the different filters one by one. The image editor also enables you to crop and one-touch auto-enhance your photos, in a very similar way to Apple’s Photos app. AppleInsider says that the cropping tool will either keep the original aspect ratio, or change the photo to an Instagram-style square that can be easily viewed on your Twitter timeline.
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Source: Twitter rolls out image filters in app update after Instagram pulls integrated photo viewing