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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Twitter Applications (Part – 42)

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 whether your application is already included or not.

To get latest twitter news and applications check out this Twitter News Page.

329. iKnowTweet : Are you looking for answers quickly ? You can visit this site. You can find out information & post your questions. This system works via Twitter so it's quick and easy to find out pretty much anything! Feeling in a mood to help out some people? Want to test your knowledge? Just click on the answer question link! It checks twitter for people asking questions in the format of 'does anyone know?' and 'why does?' as well as several other methods!

330. TeFollow : With TeFollow you can instantly find details for any twitterimage user instantly, and then you can then use unique graphics code which will display has many follows that user has. It also tracks the rate of new followers daily! You can add a button to your site that shows your Twitter followers.

331. earthtweet : With a new administration and a renewed focus on the image environment, Earth Day '09 is bound to be momentous. Use the #earthtweet tag to share what you're doing to help celebrate Earth Day. Whether you're hosting an event, or coming up with a unique way to conserve, your earthtweets will inspire others to get involved. This is a great way to build Earth Day buzz.

332. @TwtCop : @TwtCop is a Twitter account that can be used to give your fellow Twitter users citations for annoying behaviors on Twitter, or just for fun to get their attention. Did you just see a tweet about what someone ate for lunch? Annoyed by constant meaningless status updates? Then @TwtCop is here to serve you. All you have to do is send an @reply to @TwtCop from your Twitter account in the following format:

    @TwtCop cite @user for reason

TwtCop will then automatically generate a citation for the user and send them a link to their citation along with your message stating the reason for giving them a citation.

333. TwitR : TwitR is atwitter directory similar to WeFollow. You can add yourself in the directory. This site uses OAuth, an authentication protocol which is more secure and you don’t have to worry your password while adding yourself in the list of directories. You can also add urls at : http://topurl.twitr.org/. You can search for specific tags. It shows popular tags on the home page.

334. Tweetvisor : Tweetvisor is intended to extend Twitter's meaning. It's a  web-based interface. You can find lots of useful features at one place make your twitter experience more meaningful. Some of the useful features are:

  • Manage multiple accounts (personal, business etc)
  • Display conversation threads, for better understanding friends’ tweets
  • “Your Replies” & "Direct Messages" sidebar, updated real-time
  • Friends Timeline, with inline display of tweets which has been replied to
  • Complex searches, with option to save search query for later use
  • No page refresh! One time load, then all Ajax
  • Video replies for inline tweets, using Seesmic.com video services

335. Retweetist : If you find yourself copying other people's Twitter messages and reposting them with such codes as "retweet" or "RT", you may be a Retweetist. Retweeting someone’s tweet is not bad. And so one should not feel bad. Here is what Kevin rose, founder of digg.com says about RT and it’s benefits. n fact, so many people are RT'ing that we can use this to see what are some of the most valued topics out there.

336. Tweeterate : Tweeterate extends Twitter with the possibility to rate the tweets you get from your friends. It’s a comfortable twitter frontend, where you can rate the tweets of your friends as useful, funny or lousy. Every useful or funny rating counts for the overall useful/funny charts (Though you need at least 10 followers to rate tweets useful or funny). You can also see the importance of your tweet by looking how others rate your tweets. You can easily hide annoying friends from your timeline or unfollow them.

You can find previous all parts of twitter applications at:

Part-1                          Part-2                          Part-3                          Part-4

Part-5                          Part-6                          Part-7                          Part-8

Part-9                          Part-10                        Part-11                        Part-12

Part-13                        Part-14                        Part-15                        Part-16

Part-17                        Part-18                        Part-19                        Part-20

Part-21                        Part-22                        Part-23                        Part-24

Part-25                        Part-26                        Part-27                        Part-28

Part-29                        Part-30                        Part-31                        Part-32

Part-33                        Part-34                        Part-35                        Part-36

Part-37                        Part-38                        Part-39                        Part-40



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