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- Sep 24, 2019
Uploading profile pictures and cover photos via the Twitter web interface results in a highly compressed, pixelated JPEG version of your logo being the final version.
This picture was uploaded via the web interface. Notice the blurry edges, shifted colours (compared to below) and JPEG artifacting present.
Now, there are certain Twitter apps out there that seem to skip or minimise this optimisation process. The ones I've found that work so far are:
- Twitter for Mac (old discontinued version)
- Tweetbot for iOS
- Twitterrific for iOS
Crystal clear much sharper lines! It is not as obvious on photos but flat vector style images can really benefit from this treatment.
Give it a go and let me know what you think of the improvements!