Twitter Unrolls Instagram-Like Photo Filters
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Twitter today made available new versions of its Android and iPhone mobile applications that allow smartphone owners to add filters and effects to their photos before sharing them to the microblogging service. The new feature, which competes directly with Facebook-owned Instagram, includes eight filters, the ability to crop and focus images, as well as an auto-enhance tool that brightens images and makes colors pop. The new version of the Twitter mobile application with photo filters is available to Android and iOS devices for free from their respective app stores.
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