9 Twitter Apps for Latest Trends

by on September 3rd, 2009

twitter-trends

I stumbled at some twitter tool which has some quotes displayed from twitter. First three were:

“If we let things terrify us, life will not be worth living.”
“If you don’t have enemies, you don’t have character.”
“Your work is first, learning is first, winning is everything because without it there is nothing.”

OMG! I was really moved. These guys from twitter, users and tool developers are doing some really great jobs. You can track latest trends for something specific at twitter with these tools. e.g. RIP Aaliyah, Snow Leopard, AT&T, Swine Flu, Arkham Asylum, H1N1, iPhone, Volvo, Apple, Teen etc. Following are 9 best twitter apps to track latest trends.

  1. TwiBuzz – Twibuzz is a tool similar to Google Trends that let’s you see how often people are using Twitter to tweet your favorite keywords in real time.
  2. Tweetfeel – TweetFeel gathers real-time tweets about whatever search term the user has entered, and then evaluates those tweets for positive and negative feelings.
  3. Twindz – Discover the most discussed topics on Twitter for any 24 hours period.
  4. Twist – See trend graphs for twitter topics and spot new hot topics. Graphs for last week and last 30 days.
  5. retweetradar – Finding trends in the mountains of information ‘retweet’ed on Twitter.
  6. Tweetag – Display the 40 most talked topics in the last 24h in general, or the most discussed topics related to a given topic.
  7. Twuoted – A site that shows all tweets with the #quote hashtag. Great for finding new & interesting quotes. Follow @twuoter for updates & new features.
  8. VlaagBlocks – Vlaag Blocks is a real-time aggregator of twitter tags. Collected tags are processed and presented as trending "news blocks." Nature of news content is guided by Twitter community. There is a room for everything – surprisingly valuable news to shocking upsets. Vlaag welcomes everything as it is meant to be Fastest People’s News with a Tweest.
  9. Daily Tweet – Real-time news and information service powered by the trending topics of Twitter.

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