If you follow two celebrities on Twitter and want to check out the conversations that have taken place between them, you might have to alternate between their streams and look for handles in their tweets. Here to make matters simpler is a web service called Conweets.
Conweets is a free to use web service that lets you view the public conversations between two Twitter users. All you have to do is sign into the application through your Twitter account; then you type in the usernames of two Twitter users and their conversations are displayed in a reader-friendly view.
You can view the total number of conversations and messages in the correspondence. The results are archived so that opening them for another Conweets user is faster than the first time. Trending conversations can be seen on the homepage of the app.
- A user-friendly web app.
- Shows public Twitter conversations between two users.
- Shows total number of conversations and messages between them.
- Archive results for faster results later.
- Similar tools: TweetsBetween and Bettween.
Check out Conweets @ www.conweets.com