Although Twitter brought its own photo filters back in 2012, the add on was a bit ponderous. Recently, Twitter managed to update their official app that offers a sleek view for choosing among different shades, hues, and colors to the users social photos.
The log changes are uncommonly faint which only listed some bug fixes and some improvements. The first update that was inserted was the UI that was somewhat modified, adding a look-a-like Instagram row of filters across the bottom of the screen. This new layout was simply a screen filling grid. The app also received a couple of new filters expending it to a new horizon of photo-tinting.
The next update applied to all users. Twitter is now contributing to all users on its social network some other new features and tools that will enable them to report an abusive activity. Not only that, Twitter also gave users the ability view blocked accounts on Twitter in a new page.
Twitter mentioned that, “We’re improving the reporting process to make it much more mobile-friendly, require less initial information, and, overall, make it simpler to flag Tweets and accounts for review. These enhancements similarly improve the reporting process for those who observe abuse but aren’t receiving it directly. And to enable faster response times, we’ve made the first of several behind-the-scenes improvements to the tools and processes that help us review reported Tweets and accounts.”
The new Twitter.com settings allow users to view accounts that has been blocked and on top of that, the blocked accounts won’t be able to access the users profile. These updates will be available to a small handful of Twitter users and soon will be out to everyone.