Though Twitter initially unveiled its take on photo filters back in 2012, the implementation was arguably clumsy. Today, the company rolled out an update to its official app that offers up a more streamlined view for choosing among different shades and hues for your social-bound photos.
While the change log is incredibly vague — only listing bug fixes and improvements — we're noticing that the update brings a couple of notable changes. First, the UI is slightly modified, adding an Instagram-esque row of filters across the bottom of the screen. This replaces the old layout, which was simply a screen-filling grid of filter previews. In addition, the app also gained a couple of new filters so you can expand your photo-tinting to all new horizons.
You can check for the update now at the Google Play link above.