A little while ago, Twitter launched its own photo sharing service where you can share pictures within tweets themselves. Adding to that, they've added a gallery which will allow you to see the last 100 pictures that any user has posted, in chronological order. Galleries will not only show pictures from Twitter's image service, but also from supported services like yFrog, Twitpic and Instagram. Images that were included in tweets that you may have retweeted will show up in your image gallery, as well. Galleries will not display video or pictures tweeted before the 1st of January, 2010.
Notice the recent images in the right hand side panel
Twitter pages will have thumbnails of a user's image gallery on their profile page. The images will appear in the right sidebar under their 'follower' and 'following' count. When you click 'View All', you'll be taken to that user's gallery in your current window. The gallery, however, doesn't offer the same quality of services as other third party image services offer. For one, images aren't as high quality or well organized, either.
Publish date: August 23, 2011 11:07 am| Modified date: December 18, 2013 8:22 pm