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Pixable, an for finding the best photos and videos shared in your social network, has announced the integration of Twitter into its service. Pixable now gathers and streams the photos and videos shared by friends on both Twitter and Facebook.
The app organizes Twitter photos and videos into a customized feed pulling from Twitter’s native photo service as well as content shared from other services such as TwitPic, yFrog, Instagram, and YouTube among others.
Pixable users are now able to browse content shared from Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Picplz, TwitPic, yFrog, Lockerz, YouTube, and Vimeo.
All Twitter users can enjoy the Pixable experience directly via the web at Pixable. To start browsing friends’ photos shared on Twitter simply login to the free Pixable web application and select “Connect to Twitter” to connect your Twitter account.
The Pixable web experience mirrors the user experience on the iPhone and the iPad. (Integration of Twitter is currently available on the web only — coming soon to iOS devices.)