When Twitter unveiled #NewTwitter last year, one of its big selling points was its direct integration with third-party tools such as DailyBooth, iTunes, Ustream, YouTube and TwitPic.
It gave users the ability to see images or watch videos directly in their Twitter stream as long as a link from a supported service appeared in the tweet.
In December, Twitter added five more services to the roster of supported platforms: Blip.tv, Instagram, Slideshare, Rdio and Dipdive.
Now Twitter.com supports six more third-party services within the stream. Whenever your friends tweet out a link from Foursquare, Gowalla, Amazon, Meetup, Plancast or AOL Video, multimedia from that service will appear. Twitter seems to be in the process of rolling out the new integrations now. You can check out an example of it here.
Since the launch of #NewTwitter, several startups have created tools for embedding third-party content into the Twitter stream. Y Combinator-backed Embedly launched Parrotfish earlier this year, a browser plugin that pulls in Internet media and embeds it onto Twitter.com.
What do you think of the new services Twitter has added to the stream? Does it make you more likely to use Twitter.com? Let us know in the comments below.