Monday, August 22, 2011 at 4:09 pm.
Twitter improves photo sharing again with user photo galleries
Twitter now aggregates all of the photos you’ve shared across a bunch of different image hosts — including Twitter’s own photo service, Instagram, Twitpic, and Yfrog — into a single gallery on your profile page.
Overall, pretty neat and useful. (Though it also seems to include photos you’ve linked to, but didn’t upload yourself, which seems to be how one of Arianna Huffington’s photos shows up in my gallery.) It’s not going to replace Facebook and Flickr as places to upload whole albums of photos, but for quickly sharing single pictures, Twitter continues to get better.
And, again, even if this feature is a couple of years late, it’s the latest sign that Twitter is finally building stuff again. As an avid user, this is great to see.
Previously: Finally, Twitter is building stuff again