Twitters photo sharing will use hashtags for finding photos, and looks pretty awesome [video]

| June 1, 2011 | Reply

Twitter photo sharing has gone live. Now it may not sound like much of a big deal with the likes of twitpic and such, but twitter will do a better job at organizing photos than the rest. The service will use a hashtag to collaborate a huge collage of photos for you to view. How is this important? Imagine some breaking news happens and you want to find images about it. You can just load up the hashtag and see photos relating to the story right away. It should be pretty fun to watch things develop over time with twitter images. Soon you will be able to tweet and upload the photo from right inside twitter. Check the video here:

 

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