See it? Tweet it! Twitter introduces the new camera feature that is designed to let users capture photos, videos, and even live footage to share it globally. Just one swipe away and the user can already use the feature.
What’s really special about Twitsnap is that the captured image is larger, deeply engaged in the feed, and the text is shown below the photo. Users can also pick their desired color for the TV news-style chyron overlayed on those tags. There are no stickers, filters, light enhancement, or other creative tools in the Twitter camera. Twitsnap focuses on the tags instead of beautifying the media.
Twitter is not launching a “My Day” or “Instagram Stories” feature like Instagram and Facebook have, but they said that they want to become a more real-time lens on the world.
Keith Coleman, Twitter’s vice president of product, said that the company wants to encourage people to capture more visual moments from the world around them directly from the app.