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Your Twitter timeline is cluttered with all sorts of updates simply mixed together. Here to offer a more organized Twitter experience is a website called TwitLamp.

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TwitLamp is a free to use web service that lets you browse your Twitter account in a very convenient manner. The site accomplishes this task by sorting the tweets in your timelines into relevant categories. You can then click on a category to view relevant tweets. You can get started with the web service by signing in with your Twitter account and providing the app with the required authorizations.

You will find your tweets loaded up onto the browsing interface. You will find buttons in the top row of controls for categories – these categories include photos, videos, audio, links, text, and hashtags. Corresponding tweets appear in the grid below which shows image thumbnails wherever applicable; these thumbnails can be fit into the frame so they appear in full. Clicking on a tweet enlarges it and lets you view the whole story.

From the given controls you can retweet a given tweet or favorite it. To clean up the tweets you view on the interface you can opt out of having retweets and replies displayed from your TwitLamp account’s settings.



The free account on the site refreshes your account a limited number of time within a set time period. You can also browse only up to 5 user profiles per day. These limitations are removed by the Pro account that costs $3 per month. The Pro account also excludes ads and shows a Trends page.


  • A user friendly web service.
  • Lets you browser Twitter.
  • Categorizes tweets relevantly.
  • Lets you interact with tweets by retweeting and favoriting.

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  1. Daverk
    March 12, 2013 at 8:12 am

    I have been able to contact with them directly and seems to be fixed yesterday evening, so success!

  2. Daverk
    March 11, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    The link to get pro subscription seems to be broken