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Twitter Translator, Twitter Tickets, What’s More?

twitter apps Twitter Translator, Twitter Tickets, Whats More?

I usually try to avoid posting here what is already so widely discussed. Really lately we haven’t had a single day without another Twitter post (sometimes also interrupted by Pownce and Plurk ones).

But if you come across 4 new Twitter apps in one-hour time, you just can’t help sharing that.

  • Twitter Translator promises to instantly translate whatever you ask into any of 21 languages (Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish) once you d-message the service with the short sentence and the corresponding language code.
  • Twitter Tickets (UK only) will update you of any tickets for any city you choose to follow.
  • Twitter Minific allows you to share short fiction.
  • Tweat What You Eat offers you to track what your diet through your phone, IM or the web.

So in a word, we now have Twitter-style diets, Twitter-style online services, and even Twitter-style fiction, custom Twitter backgrounds. What’s more? How many people are actually using these applications? Is it going to blow?

Post image: Eric Twitters too!

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  1. 6 Responses to “Twitter Translator, Twitter Tickets, What’s More?”

  2. The end of things to do with Twitter is not close. The API is pretty simple and that makes the journey from idea to reality short.

    By Stephan Miller on Jun 11, 2008

  3. Nice finds, Ann. I love the idea of Twitter Tickets, but it seems to be all UK-based. Have you seen any for the U.S.?

    By Dr. Pete on Jun 11, 2008

  4. @Pete, no unfortunately, haven’t heard of the US version yet… but I too love the idea itself…

    By Ann Smarty on Jun 12, 2008

  5. hai Dear..

    Your blog website is very useful for me.

    By egbsystems on Jun 12, 2008

  6. Anne, Pete,

    Thanks for the kind words. We will be adding more feeds and Twitter accounts to provide ticket info for US cities soon.

    I’ll announce them on twittertickets.com and also on Twitter @philhawksworth

    Thanks,
    Phil

    By Phil on Jun 13, 2008

  7. you know how to optimizing blog traffics using tweeter..?

    have some tips?

    By ikki on Aug 14, 2008

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