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Twitter updated. Now the micro-blogging site allows users to send and receive images in direct messages. The new feature available for iOS and Android users with the latest updated version of Twitter. Users who update the application can able to send and receive images personally via messages.

Twitter now Allows users to Send, Receive Images in Direct Messages
Image Credit – blog.twitter.com

Twitter officially announced on their blog post “For the first time, you can share and view photos via direct message (DM) on your mobile phone. We’ve also introduced a new tab in the navigation bar that makes it easy to access DMs –– they’re just one tap away from wherever you are on Twitter. You can also view photos in DMs on twitter.com.

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According to TechCrunch “By putting an emphasis on direct messaging, Twitter is performing its own sort of subtweet towards other messaging apps like Line, WhatsApp, Snapchat and, soon, Instagram. The DM function of Twitter is heavily used by a lot of users, but my guess is that some of the changes here will spur mainstream adoption of DMs as a ‘private comms channel”.

Twitter now Allows users to Send, Receive Images in Direct Messages
Image Credit – TechCrunch.com

The addition of Messages to the tab bar also bumps Discover from the main view. That’s now tucked under Timelines as a whole. You now swipe between those timelines in the main view.


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