MacStories reports today that Twitterâ€™s iOS app has just had an update which adds support for the iPad 2â€™s camera. If you update your iPad 2 to Twitter 3.3.2, youâ€™ll see that thereâ€™s now a little camera icon in the â€œNew Tweetâ€ box. If you select this icon, youâ€™ll then be given the choice to upload pictures or videos from your library, or take a new photo or video right then and there, then send it online. The update also brings with it several bug fixes, such as the disabling of â€œsignificant location change monitoringâ€ which was leading to the compass appearing constantly when in app, as well as bug fixes from various user reported crashes. And, as MacStories points out, thankfully the update does not bring the extremely unpopular â€œQuick Barâ€ that was added to the iPhone version of Twitter back at the beginning of March, but was left off the iPad version back then.
You can click here to download the updated app: Twitter for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store
Source: MacStories Twitter Updates iOS App with iPad 2 Camera Support, More Bug Fixes, Twitter