Twitter is now enabling its users to upload images directly into the tweets. Until now, we have been relying on third party image upload services like TwitPic, yFrog, TweetPhoto, TwitGoo and TwitrPix. There are tons of websites which have cropped up enabling easier sharing of photos on twitter. The most popular image upload website for Twitter was TwitPic and there are celebrities using it widely than any one making it one of the widely used image upload service. But, now that Twitter has launched its direct image upload service, all these services are definitely going to feel the heat of the competition. Well, to speak out frankly, there is nothing to compete as these websites were providing an add-on service for Twitter. Twitter has never acknowledged and had never asked its users to stop using them.
So, what’s the future of these third party image upload services?
Well, as they are working on their own servers and are providing their own distinct service, Twitter does not obstruct the image upload services. You can use them, as long as they are still online, now that Twitter has its own direct image upload service.