And the battle between Twitter and Instagram continues, as Twitter, following Facebook’s decision to stop supporting Twitter cards stoppped supporting Instagram which in case you are not aware of was already bought my Facebook. And although Twitter did not state it categorically via the blog post announcing the update to Twitter Android, it’s pretty obvious that the new photo filters added to Twitter is a direct hit against Instagram. All that being said, let’s now move on and check out what’s new with the updated Twitter Android app. So, whenever you tweet a photo, you will now have the option to apply some image filters before proceeding. There are currently 8 image filters available right now namely vignette, black and white, warm, cool, vintage, cinematic, happy and gritty. Aside from photo filters, you can also now crop and pinch to zoom to focus the action on your photos, auto enhance your photos with a single tap, and see how each filter affects your photo in a single grid view, or swipe through looks to compare your options. This new photo filtering features was made possible in cooperation with Aviary, in case you’re interested to know. Learn more about Twitter’s photo filters by watching the video demo below. The updated Twitter app is available on Google Play.