The advantage of Twitter tweets is that they are easy to share short messages. The problem is to share them correctly; Many times they go out with the wrong link, or the screenshots are insufficient (besides they can be easily edited to look fake). Converting tweets into images is a wish that many of us have and that can be done very easily with this tutorial.
Twitter retrieve the chronological order for tweets
Good news for everyone who uses Twitter to find out: the application retrieves the chronological order for tweets.
Tweet2Pic: the app that transforms your tweets into images
This app that we show you is very simple, to the point that It has no ads. It is a very light tool that all it does is transform tweets into a generic image, with a couple of editing options. The app is called Tweet2Pic, and it's totally free on Google Play.
The app has only one interface, with a couple of minor settings. We can choose to put the tweet in a dark mode, hide the user who posts the tweet and hide the multimedia media that the tweet has. Obviously, if you have a video, it will be put as a generic image. This image can be shared or saved, whatever we want.
AND It is done. We copy the tweet link in the application, and we will get a preview of the tweet This app will also keep your choices to put them whenever you turn a tweet into an image. We can enter the settings of this app and let this application know that it is at a very early stage.
How is the conversion of these tweets? Instant, easy and simple. The image shows the attached image of the tweet, the text, its likes and the option to see other tweets by the author if we want to post this image in a post. Here are some examples:
We really like the compression and quality of these images when they are converted. The only but we have it with the "see the other tweets", that this option being an image does not work at all. It would be nice to also show the retweets, and to get an idea of ??the impact of those tweets in those moments.