Twitter will stop compressing the hell out of your photos from now on

Get the Full StoryTwitter is an addictive site, and I spend way too much time on it. One of my major gripes about Twitter has to do with the way it handles media uploads. Your photos and videos lose a ton of details and quality when you share them on the social network a result of compression to make this content load faster on web and mobile devices. The company is finally changing that. Going forward, the site will preserve the quality of your photos in JPEG format. Nolan O Brien, a software engineer working at Twitter, revealed the updated functionality. Starting today, Twitter This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter