The network has bought the domain content and platform the same day that photographs purportedly closed the service
Twitpic, the popular service that allows you to share images and videos on Twitter and other social networks, announced that on October 25 it would close its doors . The reason for his “death” was not found buyer and could not stay in business float.
Just that day, last Saturday, when the death of the popular service was more than imminent, Twitter came to his rescue. Noah Everett, founder of TwitPic, issued a statement announced the good news.
“I am happy to announce that we have reached an agreement with Twitter to give the domain and Twitpic photo file , keeping the photos and links to life for the moment. Twitter will share our goal to protect our users and their data, “he wrote in the statement.
“Also, with the database Twitpic consistent with the database of Twitter,it makes sense to keep that information with them , “he analyzed.