Twitter has been expanding excessively, delivering to users with more great features. Users used to manually enter short URLs until Twitter tweak the process, and users also used the third-party image hosts until Twitter started its own photo upload. Now, the famous tweeting site are introducing two more awesome features; video and group messaging. With the new video feature, it makes things more complicated because Twitter acquired Vine back in 2012. The services of Vine will continue to exist as a companion to Twitter, but Twitter will continue with their new integrated video capture.
The video feature allows users to capture a short 30 seconds mini-clip with the ability to do some basic editing. The updates will be rolling out in the next few days for Android and iOS Twitter apps, but iOS users will get an added bonus for being able to upload previously shot videos. This added feature will soon be on Android’s Twitter platform as promised, but there is no time telling when.
The group messaging feature is an extension to the Direct Messages in Twitter, instead from a one-on-one conversation, users can add more friends into the messaging list. This feature will soon to roll out in the next few days. Let us know what do you think about this new video and group messaging feature in Twitter. Is it worth it?
Source: Pocket Now