19 Best Twitter Mashups - A Must Read for Tweeple


Twitter mashups and tools put a unique spin on the way we use Twitter. By “mashing” information from Twitter with other applications, you get an unmatchable user experience that can be both fun and useful. Enjoy these top 19 Twitter mashups.

1) Twitter Burner - Tweetburner is a twitter mashup that allows you to create tiny URLs and also allow you to track how many times they where clicked on it. Ideal for someone who lets out a lot of links on twitter.

2) Twalala - Get ready to take control of your twitterstream. twalala is a client for Twitter that allows you to control what you see, and more importantly, what you don’t see in your twitterstream. Using twalala, you can filter tweets out of your stream by keywords and phrases or mute individuals who get a bit too chatty. Finally, Twitter with a mute button.

3) Twitspy lets you see what people are posting on Twitter in realtime by spying on the Twitter public timeline. Twitspy also tracks website links within tweets.

4) Twitter stats - In your Tweets, Graphin’ Your Stats! Weekly Stats. Graph your Twitter Stats including. Tweets per hour; Tweets per month; Tweet timeline;

5) Twittervision is a web mashup combining Twitter with Google Maps to create a real time display of tweets across a map.

6) mail2twitter is a free service that allows you to post tweets through e-mail, and the most important, from any email-enabled mobile device.

7) The TwitterCounter -Add a daily updating TwitterCounter to your blog so everybody can see how popular you are

8) Twit Pic, Share photos with your friends on twitter with twitpic. No signup required, just login using your twitter account.

9) Twittercal - It’s a free service that connects your Twitter account to your Google Calendar. Add events in a snap from your favorite Twitter client.

10) Geotwitter - This mashup uses the Google Maps API and Twitter API. The most recent updates are fetched from the public timeline and mapped once every minute. If you have any comments suggestions or ideas feel free to leave a note on our blog.

11) TwitterFox is a Firefox extension that notifies you of your friends’ tweets of Twitter. (previously known as TwitterNotifier)

12) TwittyTunes is a FoxyTunes companion Firefox extension - it allows you to post your currently playing songs to Twitter with a click.

13) Twitbin - Send and receive messages to all your fellow twitterholics, right from your firefox browser.

14) TwitterBar - allows you to post to Twitter from Firefox’s address bar. A small unobtrusive grey icon sits to the right of your address bar; clicking on it will post your tweet, and you can hover your mouse over it to see how many characters you have left.

15) StockTwits is an open, community-powered investment idea and information service for financial investors.

16) Twitterholic - Provides a list of the 100 best twitterers based on their followers, the people they follow and the number of their updates

17) TwitterFeed - Feed your blog to twitter, post RSS to twitter.

18) TwitterBuzz shows you what people using Twitter, a microblogging service, are linking to.

19) Twitter Map - Provides users with the ability to update their locations on a Google Mapand send a tweet with it

These great Twitter mashups and tools represent some of the best ways twitter data can be used to create a great twittering experience. 

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