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Starting today, Twitter is allowing you to add videos, photos or GIFs to retweets across Android, iOS and the Twitter mobile site. Given how many times I've wanted to retweet something with more of a reaction than just plain text, this is certainly welcomed change.
To make use of the feature, all you have to do is hit Retweet and then choose 'Retweet with comment' and then choose your media using the toolbar and you'll be all set to go. Now go forth, and retweet with expression!
Twitter for Android can now show your timeline in chronological order
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BlackBerry Hub+ Services update fixes Twitter login issues
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Twitter introduces Bookmarks as an easier way to save and share Tweets
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Twitter officially expanding character count to 280 starting today!
You'll soon be able to fit more characters into your Tweets as Twitter has now officially started expanding character count to 280.