Twitter apps

Wipe all your Twitter tweets in one go

One of the great things about this Twitter tool is it's sense of humor. From it's rather amusing name through to it's wittily written demeanor - I think you'll get to like this place. So, what does the amusingly titled TwitWipe do? Well, you know if you write something stupid on Facebook you can easily delete it? Try doing that on Twitter. Not a chance. If you say something dumb on Twitter (and who can say they haven't?) it's there forever. TwitWipe solves that problem by letting you delete all your tweets with one click. Gone forever.  More

TwitWipe Dec 27th 2011

Nano blogging in seven words or less

"He was a man of few words" is a phrase you don't hear so much these days. It seems that everyone has an opinion on everything and no one is afraid to express those opinions. But half the trouble there is that where Twitter restricts it's tweets to 140 characters that is sometimes even too much. It would be interesting to condense that to a smaller figure to make one's opinions virtual soundbites of your thoughts. Hycku is a Nano-blogging service where you can deliver your ideas and thoughts in just seven words or less.  More

Hycku Dec 22nd 2011

A flipbook to share your memories

If you've had a look at apps like the award winning FlipBoard you'll know how glorious they make all your thoughts look. Suddenly all your thoughts, updates, pictures and links look as if they have been handed over to a design company and they produce a glossy magazine based on your content. TwitChapterz is an interesting way to create and share your defining life moments in flipbook format with friends and family via your Twitter account.   TwitChapterz is an interesting way for you to create and share life chapterz and defining moments from your tweets. It lets you create a ...  More

TwitChapterz Dec 14th 2011

URL shortener that pays you

Why would you need to shorten your URL I ask myself? Mine is pretty short anyway. But shortening one's URL is not about most of us. Where it is of most benefit is with something like a particular forum or if you share a link on Facebook or Twitter. Kly.so is a URL Shortening Service that not only does the shortening work for you but also pays you for the privilege. The only thing that they ask is to put a small advert on your link (which can be skipped).  More

Kly.so Nov 21st 2011

Pocket-Changing the World

If you’re one of those people who always has good intentions when it comes to charitable giving but are perhaps rather forgetful then as long as you use Twitter or Facebook you could overcome that problem.  More

HelpAttack provides a service that lets you spread your giving by drip-feeding small pledge amounts over a period with every tweet or Facebook update you make. As the demo video alludes to, if you’re looking for a warm feeling every time you’re active on either of those social networks then sign up for an account!  More

HelpAttack! Sep 14th 2010

An economy of words

If you’re a bit of a wordsmith and fancy the challenge of writing a haiku then this website is a place where you can have a bit of fun and share your efforts with all the others trying to squeeze their creative juices into 17 syllables.   More

They now have an iPhone version too so you can get your inspiration down even when you’re on the move.   More

Haikyu for iPhone Jan 10th 2011

Share E-books On Twitter

There have been plenty of times when I've said to a Twittere friend "Have you read any Jonathan Carroll books?" Of course, they've generally never heard of him so I offer to send them something so they can see if they like his writing. That's where it gets a little tricky. I could just go out and buy a copy of "Sleeping In Flames" and post it off but that takes time. I could use a file sharing site but, let's face it, that's a bit of a hassle. Twtebook is a PDF book share tool for Twitter that let's you share your file without even having to download it.     Sometimes you ...  More

Twtebook Oct 24th 2011

A simple way to sell your digital products on Twitter

While Facebook users have begun to realize that there is great way of advertising through the social network the same isn't really the same with Twitter. Up till now, that is. Boxrockit is a very simple Twitter ecommerce tool that allows creative users to market, sell and track their digitally downloadable products on Twitter and schedule their advertising tweets to best effect.     Boxrockit is a social commerce application that allows users to sell digital products on Twitter. It allows creatives and other digital nomads to sell eBooks, videos, digital art, photography, ...  More

Boxrockit Oct 18th 2011

Love juicing? Juicer is THE Juicing App

You won't be able to miss Juicer when you see it in the app store for free. It's the one with the huge luscious red strawberry on the front. With summer not so far away we'll all be racing down the mall pretty soon to get our delicious and refreshing juice mixes. With Juicer there aren't any more trips down the mall. This food and drink tool for your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android gives you a super new juicing recipe each day and let's you share photos and postings on your favorite social networking sites.   Juicer, The Juicing App is a free app available from the iTunes App ...  More

Juicer, The Juicing App Oct 22nd 2011

Have a conversation with your Tweeps!

If you are a regular Twitter user you'll know how difficult it is to actually follow and make a meaningful conversation sometimes. There is such a plethora of comments coming from everyone around the world that it would be nice to be able to isolate your friends and concentration them alone. Threadir  is a Twitter tool that helps you keep track  of your friends' conversations so you can actually have what seems like a one to one discourse.     Twitter is an incredibly rich source of conversation material  but few clients can actually manage conversations ...  More

Threadir Oct 18th 2011

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