APOD Daily is a free app for Twitter to automatically update your Twitter header photo with Astronomy Picture of the Day of NASA. Every day it fetches image from NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day website, and updates your Twitter header image (or banner image) automatically. For all those who love to view images of the universe, this could be a beautiful gift, as they will be able to see a new image in their Twitter header section.
You don’t have to manually upload the header image and save changes, which makes this app more convenient. In screenshot below, you can see my Twitter header image.
One of the useful features of this app is that there is no need to reposition and scale the header. Image will .fit to your header area automatically. However, full image won’t be visible on Twitter header area.
In the screenshot below, homepage of the same picture is visible, that is actually NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the day website.
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How To Automatically Update your Twitter Header Photo with Astronomy Picture of the Day of NASA?
The process to update your Twitter header photo with NASA’s astronomy picture is too simple. Just follow these steps:
Step 1: Access the homepage of this app. You may use the link which I have placed at the end of this review.
Step 2: Now tap on Get it Now button and sign in with your Twitter account. After this, you also need to authorize this app to access your Twitter account.
Step 3: After completing the above steps, go to your Twitter account. You will find that your Twitter header is automatically updated with today’s picture of Astronomy Picture of the Day website.
For the next day, you will find a new Twitter header image.
For changing the header image, access your Twitter account, and click on Edit Profile button. After this, option will be visible to change header photo.