Meme burglars rejoice! Discord’s most recent update on iOS provides a new possibility to make it much easier to help save photos from Twitter embeds, handy if you want to conserve memes from tweets dropped in the server. Or, as the changelog for edition 60. of the iOS application places it, “Meme-thieving powers are about to go super saiyan.” To use it, extended press on the tweet in query, and then find “Save Picture.” It is a great deal simpler than the workarounds persons have been beforehand forced to use.
There is no mention of the function for the service’s Home windows or Android applications, which the two also received updates this week. Having said that, on Android it already seems to be achievable to conserve visuals from tweets by tapping the impression to make it fullscreen, and then making use of the down load button on the prime of the display. While the new iOS element makes it possible for you to down load static pictures, it does not look to get the job done with gifs.
As perfectly as the new function for meme robbers, Discord now supports mobile screen share on iPad “so you can now do art alongside one another, participate in cellular games on your tablet, and observe Robert get his math research erroneous for the 5th time from the comfort of your bed.” You can read the complete changelog in Discord’s settings menu on desktop and mobile.