Twitlamp Filters Your Twitter Timeline into Photos, Videos, Links Text and More
You must heard the news about facebook new news feed, where it filters your news feed into different categories.
Well for Twitter the filters has came with Twitlamp. a new startups from Saudi Arabia that brings Twitter to new dimensions.
On Twitlamp the user’s feed is broken down into categories: Photos, Videos, Links, Text, hashtags and trends.
This makes browsing Twitter more fun and more precise. as it helps users keep track of everything and not miss a thing, whilst saving users time.
When using the site and as you move through the categories the relevant tweets are displayed clearly in a gallery format. Each one appears with full details, including username, time and avatar. You can also favourite, retweet and compose new tweets, just like on the original website.
In effect, Twitlamp offers all of the functions of Twitter, with the added ease of categories and a clear display.
There are two account options available; the basic membership and the Pro membership. The basic one is free and offers updates to your timeline 3 times every 30 minutes. You can use the search engine up to 5 times each 24 hours and browse any user’s profile up to 5 profiles each 24 hours. You also have a Mentions page and Me page.
The Pro Membership is where Twitlamp really comes alive. It offers unlimited views of the timeline, unlimited use of the search engine and views of user’s profiles. There is also full use of the settings, Me page, Mentions page and no advertisements. This is all for $7 per month.
Login is simple, as you simply login through your Twitter account. From that moment on everything is automatically shown on Twitlamp. There is no need to wait for the data to transfer across.
Twitlamp was founded by Saad AlQahtani and Turki ALTwijri from Saudi Arabia. The former is the New Media Director at Ministry of Laber and a New-Media consultant and Turki is a Social-Media expert working as GM in third smile for web development, together they have created a website and service that taps into a clear need in the social media market.
Good startup, which might be copied by Twitter it self in the future.