IPhone users, you can stop holding your breath. Twitter filters are yours to play with.
Yesterday, in the latest move in its, Twitter announced new versions of its iPhone and Android apps that for the first time . That move positions Twitter's mobile apps directly against Instagram when it comes to editing and sharing photos, something that's particularly important given that Instagram recently cut off Twitter Card integration -- a step that means Instagram photos no longer show up in tweets.
But while Twitter said yesterday that the new version of its apps would be available immediately on both Android and iPhone, Apple users werethe update. This morning, the new version finally showed up in the Apple App Store.