5 Best Ways to Share Images on Twitter

Can you Share Images On Twitter? While social networking is a phenomenon, micro-blogging- the very perfunctory version of it is by no means any less popular. Twitter, the world’s biggest micro-blogging site lets you share tidbits of your life within 144 characters, but it is often incomplete without a picture. There are several ways of sharing images on Twitter on the go.

Share Images On Twitter

TwitpicThis is the largest image sharing app associated with Twitter. The huge user base has catapulted Twitpic to the top of every ‘Best’ lists in relevant categories. Most pictures shared on Twitter are shared via this service.The interface is surprisingly easy and you can share your images with just a few clicks. Others can look at your photos, comment and re-tweet those comments as well. It even has a somewhat celebrity fan following with our favorite Mythbuster, Grant Imhara being a part of its clientele.

Yfrog
It is the simplest photo sharing app with an extremely straight forward interface. It has only one feature: uploading photos to Twitter. It is created by ImageShack which explains the minimalistic platform.
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It single-mindedly performs the tasks which makes it fast and efficient. This is why a lot of users choose it over the more extravagant apps. Now Share Images On Twitter.

Twitgoo
This is another simple photo sharing app that allows you to upload and share photos with ease. Email uploads and Facebook, MySpace, Yahoo integration are special features of the app.

 

It even borrows the look of Twitter, which makes it look more like a Twitter associated app than any other on the list. It also integrates some third party apps like Tweetie for Mac and TwitterBerry. It is one of the safest photo sharing platforms with OAuth Logins required at various checkpoints.

Pikchur

With a quirky name like this, it is bound to get people interested. Pikchur is a multi-platform photo app that integrates not just Twitter but also Tumblr, Flickr, Friendfeed and Facebook.

It does not require any registration; just upload a photo and get a link. It is also one of the most rich apps in terms of features, although that may be the reason why a lot of users prefer more simple apps over it.

Email or SMS

You do not necessarily need to install or use any app to upload images on Twitter. Simply email or send an MMS message containing the photo (with or without a subject and body text) to yourTwitterusername.twitterpass@mobypicture.com. Mobypicture will tweet the picture for you.

 

There are several other photo sharing apps and services that allow you to share images on Twitter. Brightkite and Friendfeed are micro-blogging platforms that allow integration with Twitter, so when you upload an image in these two, it automatically appears on Twitter.

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