Twitter continues to come up with innovations at full speed. Now, a new Instagram-like design for the timeline has been announced.

 

Microblogging site Twitter has introduced the Fleets feature, which is a copy of the Instagram Stories feature, to everyone in the past months. However, it was announced that Fleets would be removed in August due to the failure of this feature. Now, the social media giant seems to try its luck with Instagram again. Famous for her leaks, Jane Manchun Wong revealed Twitter’s new photo/video design today.

According to Jane Manchun Wong’s post, photos and videos shared on Twitter will no longer have frames. This means that shared content will be fully displayed without cropping on the edges. This innovation, which resembles the interface of Instagram at a glance in terms of design, is expected to be presented to everyone very soon. You can find Twitter’s new photo and video sharing design below.

Twitter’s actions on photography and video are not limited to this. The microblogging site, which offered the opportunity to upload photos and videos in 4K resolution last month, apparently secretly wants to rival Instagram. We think that these moves in design will be accompanied by photo editing tools in the coming period. As you can see, Twitter’s future plans will be based on rivaling Instagram.

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