TimeKiwi: Aggregates Your Twitter, Blog & Photo Feeds In A Beautiful Timeline

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With so many social networks around you may often find yourself jumping from one webpage to another just to view your updates. The task becomes even more time-consuming if you have signed up for blogging and photo sites. Here to help save time is a web service called TimeKiwi. It is a website that aggregates feeds from the services you have signed up for, and presents them in beautiful timeline format.

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Your timeline is populated and displayed with each entry having a date, time, and indication of which network it belongs to.

The site is free for personal use and charges money for corporate use. Supported services for aggregation include Twitter, Tumblr, Posterous, WordPress, and Instagram. All you have to do to get started with the site is to click on a main button on the site and then enter your handles for the abovementioned services.

In case you are going to use the site for your company you will first need to sign up for one of the premium packages that begin from $5 per month.

Features:

  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Aggregates posts from various web services.
  • Supports Twitter, Tumblr, Posterous, WordPress, and Instagram.
  • Offers premium accounts for companies.
  • Free for personal, premium accounts supported.

Check out TimeKiwi @ www.timekiwi.com

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