Twitter appears to be olling out its native photo sharing feature. If you click on the "what's happening now" box on Twitter.com, you will see a camera icon, which when clicked, will allow you to choose a photo from your hard drive to upload.
Once you've uploaded it, and post your update, the photo will be available in the form of a link. When you click the link, it should look something like this:
At the beginning of June, Twitter announced that it would be releasing a native photo sharing feature. Third-party app makers, which users had relied on were not incredibly happy about it. They're probably not all that happy today either.
While we've seen a few reports of users getting access to the new feature, we haven't seen any official announcements about it being live. If you're not seeing it yet, it's probably coming soon.
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