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Friday, August 08, 2008

Twitter Applications (Part – 16)

More twitter applications. If you have developed any such twitter mash up, feel free to send me an email about it. I will be happy to include in the list. Please first check here whether your application is already included or not.

121. ToAnswer : ToAnswer is a Twitter-based mini-application that image will help you get your questions answered quickly. This is similar to Yahoo! Answer developed specifically for twitter. Some users ask questions, the questions are indexed, and other users respond to questions that may know the answer to. It’s a simple, efficient way to query the minds of others. Due to the nature of Twitter you are limited to 140-character questions and answers. This makes ToAnswer the perfect medium for making small polls or quick questions.

122. Twuzzer : Find out what's being twittered in your neck of the image woods with the help of twuzzer. It’s a real-time geo-twitter mashup that Auto-refresh Twitter updates from anywhere in the world. On Twuzzer, you can see what the most discussed topics are throughout the day in Twitter. It integrates map. Just click on your area on the map to know what the most talked about topics are.

123. Commuter Feed : Commuter Feed is a free service that lets you image post reports on traffic and transit delays in your local area using Twitter or Pownce. It allows community members of twitter t tell the world what’s in store for their daily travels by utilizing the Twitter API to display traffic and transit updates for a user’s local area. Commuter Feed was created to serve the needs of daily commuters who wish to learn about traffic and transit delays—not just by mundane freeway reports, but communication directly from fellow commuters about how, why, when, and where.

124. Twit 2 SMS : The Twit2Sms badge is an instant contact formimage which gives visitors of your site, blog, myspace, facebook etc. the opportunity to send you an SMS directly for free. Service is free, however mobile service provider may charge for SMS. The concept is based upon this post by OlivierDuizend on Twitter. TWIT 2 SMS uses the twitter Direct Message service. You can only use it if you have twitter account and have switched on the 'direct message notifications to phone' service. Twit2SMS can only send you sms'ses (or direct messages) if you follow @Twit2SMS on twitter.

125. twitterfeed : It’s a twitter alternative which refreshes your twitter account automatically at every 60 seconds which twitter.com doesn’t do. There is a stop refresh in case you want to roam around or typing a long message that you don't want to lose. A simple browser refresh tool for the twitter to keep your tweet fresh.

126. Twiffid : Twiffid helps you to know what your Twitter friends image are blogging about. It automatically detects the feeds of the websites your Twitter friends have listed in their Twitter profiles and presents them to you in a Twitter-like format. Feeds are fetched and cached on Twiffid server using a queue system, so you might need to reload a few times before getting a result.

127. TwitterBash : TwitterBash is a nifty little app that lets your add image and vote on tweets. It’s a fun application that lets you post your favorite tweets to a database where they are rated by other users by popularity. You can also embed tweet that you like in a little HTML or Javascript snippet.

128. tweetparty : tweetparty is a twitter mash up for friend grouping and messaging. It lets you organize your twitter friends into parties and send direct messages to them. With tweetparty, when you login all of the people you are following are download to tweetparty. You can then create as many groups as you would like (ie. work, friends) and select the friends you would like in each group creating the party. Then through twitter you can send a direct message to any party - no setting up other twitter accounts.

You can find previous all parts of twitter applications at:


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