Twitter Redesigned its Camera similar to Instagram


Twitter is all set to roll out a redesigned Camera feature of the Twitter app which entirely changes the look and action of the old Twitter camera. The new version of Twitter is mainly focused on revamping the camera features which will be rolled out to the users in the coming days. The newly designed camera of Twitter is just similar to that of Instagram’s Camera.

At present, accessing the camera in the Twitter app was a bit longer process. First, you have make a way to start a new tweet, there you tap on camera to capture a picture. But after this update, you can just swipe left from the main feed timeline to enter into the camera mode. There you can simply tap the capture button once to click pictures or hold the button for a longer time to shoot a video. While swiping left again let you draft a new tweet. This is almost similar to that of Instagram’s Camera accessibility and features.

Twitter has also embedded some AI and geotagging technology in the new Twitter app just to make your posts more meaningful and readable. You can use some hashtags depending upon where you are now, or what events are happening nearby etc.

Apart from this, Twitter has made some refinements in the tweets overlay. Now your tweets will no longer look in the traditional manner as Twitter has made some changes in the text and added chyron-style overlay across the bottom of the photo attached in your tweet. You can select the color of this overlay from the given selection while drafting your tweet.

Moreover, the Live button is still the same but has some minor tweaks from Twitter like the camera switch option from which you can switch to the cameras between front and rear to capture selfies. Meanwhile, the Twitter new app will be launched soon in the coming days. However, it looks like Twitter will also launch a beta app called Twttr for experimental purposes which will be available to only selected invites.

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