Twitter is rolling out new mobile photo editing features that effectively replace functionality lost after Facebook-owned image sharing service Instagram disabled all Twitter integration.
Days after Instagram disabled a feature that properly formatted photos on Twitter, the Facebook-owned image sharing service has fully terminated Twitter support, meaning users can no longer view Instagram photos via the microblogging platform.
Instagram has disabled a feature that supports proper formatting of users' photos on Twitter, escalating the rivalry between the two social networks.
Twitter is planning to bolster its mobile social networking applications with photo filtering and sharing features designed to rival Facebook's Instagram, The New York Times reports.
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