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Twitter Updates Profile Pages with Header Photos, Photo Stream


Twitter has just pushed out updates for its web, desktop, and mobile clients that make browsing the micro blogging service just a little more visual. Profile pages now have a larger header photo, which bears a striking resemblance to Facebook’s cover photos, at the top of a users profile page. Profile pictures, user names, and descriptions are placed on top of the header photo. The design is a bit busy, and it doesn’t look as good as Facebook’s timeline design.

Twitter’s official mobile client’s on iOS and Android now show a recent photos stream below a users recent tweets. Its not quite Instagram, but it is a step to make the Twitter photo experience a bit more cohesive.

You can read more on the official Twitter blog.


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