Twitter's TwitPic Launches "TwitPic Labs" To Showcase Experimental Projects

Twitter's media sharing site "TwitPic" launched TwitPic Labs, "a place for experiment and to show off interesting side-projects the team have been working on. TwitPic was made to be clean, simple, and easy to use, the main offering will continue to act as a simple way to share photos on Twitter, but labs is a […]

Twitter's media sharing site "TwitPic" launched TwitPic Labs, "a place for experiment and to show off interesting side-projects the team have been working on. TwitPic was made to be clean, simple, and easy to use, the main offering will continue to act as a simple way to share photos on Twitter, but labs is a way to show community extra features for the app. And the projects are also a showcase for the TwitPic API, encouraging developers to use the API in innovative ways." For e.g., TwitPic Labs now includes a way to take a photo and automatically make it your Twitter profile image. And TwitPic Gallery lets you browse photos taken by any user in a gallery-like format as opposed to within a timeline.

Earlier this week, TwitPic's founder Noah Everett announced his new stealth startup Heello. Details are sparse on the startup but we know the eventual product aims to "make communication easier."

Reference: TwitPic Labs

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