Twitpic now supports Video!

Twitter has grown to be a tool for people to become their own journalists, reporting the current situation in their country, city, neighborhood, and even what goes on in their day to day life at work. With invention such as the URL shortening sites and Twitpic that allow users to upload their pictures, people no doubt, became more interactive when they post tweet.  Twitpic took another leap of growth by offering users a video uploader, making it easier for users to directly upload the video clips instead of going via the mega video sharing site, YouTube.

“Users will be able to upload video from the site itself, email, and clients that support the new video option. Everything else basically works the same. We’re trying to be a one-stop-shop for users to share their media on Twitter in real-time,” said Noah Everett, founder of Twitpic to the team of Mashable. The future of Twitpic video is to have the video integrated right on Twitter. Tested the Twitpic video features yet? If not, then try it and share your thoughts!

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