Color coding always helps better sort things and identify them more easily. Such color coding could certainly be used by Twitter feeds that are a jumble of tweets and links from different users. Color coding is provided by a web tool called Twimbow.
Twimbow is a free to use web service that color codes your Twitter feed. The app connects with your Twitter account and automatically assigns a color to each user in your Twitter feed. The site also lets you sort tweets into newly created labels that you can color code. Additionally you can reply, quote, and retweet to tweets from within the application. Thus Twimbow does not only let you read your Twitter feed; it also lets you interact with it.
- A user-friendly web service.
- Color codes your Twitter feed.
- Lets you create new labels and sort Tweets into them.
- Lets you retweet, send replies, and quote tweets.
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