For the past six years, Twitter users have relied on TwitPic to host photos and videos. But after September 25th, they will have to look elsewhere, as the service will shut down indefinitely.
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The release of the new Twitter apps for iOS and Android also removes support for uploading pictures to a third party service, forcing users to access Twitter's own Photobucket service.
TwitPic founder Noah Everett launches a Twitter competitor, called Heello, just a day after Twitter's self-hosted picture service officially launches.
Following many weeks of speculation, all indications are that Twitter is finally set to announce the launch of its own photo sharing service, taking on competing services that have seen a surge in usage since...