TweetaScope has been uploaded now in Apple’s App Store review and should be available for you some time next week. With TweetaScope, you can discover trending topics by glancing on a word cloud view of your Twitter timeline.
We’re announcing Tweetascope – the twitter app that helps you see all the good tweets and skip out all the junk.
Can Twitter be a good lead-gen medium for high-touch businesses? A friend of ours shows that it can work for her photography business. Can you use this sales workflow for your business? Will an app help you streamline the workflow and help you get more sales leads for the same amount of time spent fishing for it?
This update shows Resonate’s tweet projection feature. When the iPad’s video-out cable is connected (in other words, VGA or HDMI output), it will display a special screen just for projecting tweets and separate from what the operator see on the iPad’s built-in display. The external display shows either the main timeline or a timeline of […]
Congratulations to Manton Reece having won a Macworld Eddy for Tweet Marker, his tweet last-read service. Indeed Tweet Marker is essentially a stop gap of what Twitter should include in the API. But it looks like they choose not to provide this and Manton have stepped up for the challenge.
We’ve just revised Resonate’s marketing site. After a number of researching, pivoting, and contemplating, we’ve settled to design Resonate as a Twitter client for use primarily by educators.
Resonate is our upcoming Twitter client for educators and other thought leaders. It will likely be an iPad application, at least it will start that way. Why iPad? The tablet has been getting traction in Education lately, and some schools are beginning to adopt is to replace textbooks. Moreover unlike a laptop, a tablet can […]