(CNN) - Twitter has rolled out its own library of retro filters for its Android and iPhone apps.
This comes as the social media site said it lost the ability to display images from the Facebook-owned Instagram.
Twitter has eight filters, including desaturated, black and white and high contrast. There are also auto-adjust and cropping options.
Twitter first added the ability to include images in tweets a year and a half ago.
If you have an Android device, the updated Twitter app is available now in the Google Play store.
It is coming soon to Apple's App Store.
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