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Gwittr – advanced Twitter searching

Gwitter is another Twitter search tool allowing you to look at anyone’s Twitter stream and sort by links, search old tweets and find pictures faster Continue reading

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twXplorer – a smarter way to search Twitter

twXplorer, a search tool developed at Northwestern University Knight Lab in Illinois, helps shows related hashtags and links based on your search query in Twitter. Continue reading

Tame – analyze, search and monitor your stream

Tame is a tool from Tazaldoo, in Berlin, that will allow you to view your Twitter timeline for important information you may have missed Continue reading

iTweetLive – the best way to make a confusing interface

iTweetLive is a web client with tons of features. If you don’t mind constant popups and a confusing UI. Continue reading

Tadvise – analyze your tweets before sending them

Tadvise will check your tweet before sending for relevancy to your followers and odds it will get shared or retweeted. Continue reading

Parade – the gosh darn cutest Twitter app yet

It is all about being cute in this one with IsParade.  Enter a search term and the results are brought to you in a parade.  Each person in the parade gets the avatar from the search results and the band brings them marching across.  The help is written in Japanese and I have yet to … Continue reading

Bettween: A New Conversation Tracker For Twitter

Bettween is a new conversation tracker for Twitter. Hailing itself as the ultimate in its class, Bettween allows you to input the user name of two twitter users and follow any conversations between them. It’s a good way to follow unfolding conversations between celebrities, or keep track of previous conversations you’ve had with your followers. … Continue reading

Flocking.Me – searches and trends from just your Twitter friends

Flocking.me takes a great approach to searches against twitter.  Instead of a search giving you results form everyone, it only gives results from your friends. Authentication is done via oAuth and offers four areas to work with: search results from your friends results on a map trends from just your friends live updates This is … Continue reading

TweetChat – ‘realtime’ chat around hastags

TweetChat is a unique approach to hashtag searches and conversations.  After using oAuth to log in, you search for or select a hashtag to view the current tweets around.  This puts you into a channel with only information about that hashtag showing up. This is important to pull yourself out of the river of Twitter … Continue reading

WhosTalking – social media search tool

WhosTalking was referred by a comment to a posting here on EverythingTwitter.  It scouts across social networks looking for posts around whatever search term you include.  The site searches across a reported 60 social sites (which sites it searches was found later) and uses and AJAX interface. When the results are returned, the middle is … Continue reading