Twitter Rolls Out Photo Sharing to All Users

Twitter photo sharing and upload service is now available to all users, Twitter has confirmed.
The feature, which made its debut in early June, allows users to add images to your tweets. Now, users will find a camera icon at the bottom of the "What's happening?" box. Clicking it will allow users to select an image to upload, then you can preview before sending into the world. Tweets that contain photos include a link to, along with a thumbnail attached.

The function is being implemented prior to the launch of Apple iOS 5. New Apple's mobile operating system has a prominent Twitter integration, so it is essentially the default network for users of social IOS. Users can share photos via Twitter iOS 5. Twitter is not saying when moving load of photos will be available in the Android applications and IOS, but we suspect that functionality is coming soon.

Twitter photo sharing service is powered by Photobucket, which provides all the hosting pictures uploaded by users.

Photo service Twitter basically negates the usefulness of the photo-sharing services like TwitPic. Twitter has been criticized for competing with third-party services built on its platform. Developers do not know if Twitter suddenly begin to compete with their products, an issue that has created a cloud of uncertainty over the Twitter ecosystem.

Check out the screenshots he took the role of Twitter to share photos when first released and let us know if you will change to the official Twitter service for sharing photos in the comments.