Twitter has updated its iPad app, and added support for the iPad 2′s cameras. A new camera icon has found its way in the “new tweet” compose box; you can upload media from your library or shoot a new photo or video with the iPad and send it off to your favorite online service. The UI is quite nice, and luckily enough this update doesn’t bring any #dickbar to the timeline.
Two options are available: you can either take a picture or a video on-the-fly, or you can choose a piece of content from your personal library. Once selected, the photo or video will be automatically uploaded to the service of your choice, including yFrog, TwitPic, Lockerz, Twitgoo, TwitVid, Posterous, and many others.
Twitter 3.3.2 also includes fixes: the developers have disabled “significant location change monitoring that was causing compass to appear constantly when in app” and the changelog mentions “bug Fixes from user reported crashes” as well. We hope this update fixes the annoying DM bug too, the one that kept your messages unread on each app relaunch / crash.
You can find Twitter for iOS in the App Store here.