San Francisco, USA: Twitter is looking to build its own video service after removing third-party image-hosting services from its apps, a report said.
Once service is active, Twitter would host video clips that users uploaded to the website through its apps, instead of third-party providers like yFrog, TwitVid and Vodpod.
According to a report by All Things Digital ”The switch would be a way of further refining Twitter’s consistency and user experience, better shaping how users encounter Twitter content.”
But the site also said that the change is not yet certain. However, there will be more opportunities for advertisers if Twitter has its own video-hosting service, though it will be a bad news for third-party providers.