TweetFrame, a Twitter visualisation app, like a digital picture frame, but for tweets.
Sometimes you can't be bothered scrolling through an endless list of tweets, or maybe you're only keeping one eye on your tweetfeed (and your other eye on your conversation partner).
That's where TweetFrame might help. It loads whatever you are looking for (topics, #hashtags, @replies,...), and automatically visualizes them.
- specify how many tweets you want to load at once;
- how long tweets are displayed;
- enable text animation;
- enable transitions (incl. fade, coloured background, push out);
- specify sort order: show the newest or the oldest first;
- load user profile pictures;
- enable shake to reload;
- save your last search.
Once all tweets have been displayed, it will reload and get the latest tweets, and start all over again. But you can reload at any time by shaking it! Turn it on its side to get a more fullscreen view (without losing track of time).
Requires an internet connection.
If you find any anomalies, bugs, frustrations,... drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. I've got a lot more ideas for this little app. I'll keep you posted. Keep an eye on tweetframeapp.com, or follow us on Twitter at @tweetframeapp.