is preparing to bypass Instagram.
It will update the mobile application in order to filter photos similar to Instagram's.
Photos filtered on Instagram look like as if they were shot by a camera of the '60s.
Twitter's mobile filter seems vital since the public uses Instagram to take pictures and then shares them on Twitter. But the changes do not stop here.
The company is working on to add further tools to its mobile application such as the ability to upload and edit videos without having to go through third party applications, services like Youtube.
And the name? Unfortunately nothing to do with the bird!