Our take: Sharing your Instagram photos of your family and last night's dinner just got a little bit harder on Twitter. Twitter put an end to using Instagram when issues were appearing with users photos. Hayley Tsukayama from The Washington Post explains more about the issue:
"Twitter users are no longer able to view full Instagram photos on Twitter, the social network said Wednesday. According to a statement from Twitter, the photo-sharing problems originate on Instagram's end.
Photos from Instagram are appearing cropped or oddly placed, prompting a flood of complaints from those who use both services."
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