The following is an excerpt from EMILY PRICE | April 20, 2012 | abcnews.go.com |
Twizgrid is a new app that lets you look at Twitter a little differently — visually. Rather than show individual text tweets, Twizgrid instead shows just photos that have been tweeted in a grid-like format.
You can view an assorted collection of photos from the whole site at once, or you can narrow your photo search down by a specific category. You can also just check out photos that have been posted by people you’re following or being followed by, or narrow your search down to a specific geographic location.
“With 500 million registered Twitter users and more than 175 million tweets per day, we feel that there is a vast untapped resource of incredible photos on Twitter,” says co-founder Cahuncey Regan. “Twizgrid provides a richly layered experience. While photos remain the ultimate focus, the inclusion of corresponding tweets and Twitter profiles provides an invaluable frame of reference for the images. It’s truly a window to the world.”
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