Today twitter announced that the Twitter uploader application will be released to the Developers. For next update of the Twitter Client will allow you to upload pictures on the twitter client, Twitter introduced its media upload API Monday to allow developers to attach images — in PNG, JPG, and unanimated GIF formats — to tweets.
“Photos are a fundamental way that people share context, information, jokes, and personal moments on Twitter,” Jason Costa, developer relations manager, wrote in a post on Twitter’s developer blog. “Following last week’s wider release of photos to Twitter.com users, we’re ready to share our media upload API.”
also announced that the applications will support on Mobile devices says Costa.
Most of people are using such as Twitgoo, Lockerz, TwitPic and yFrog. Now Twitter may shutdown Twitgoo, Lockerz, TwitPic and yFrog once the Clients of Twitter finishes releases their application to the users at Twitter, Developers wishing to leverage the Twitter photo upload API will need to adhere to the service’s display guidelines and rate limits.