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TweetAgora 2.0 update brings Cadmus integration

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By Jesse Hollington

Social Media & Software Editor, iLounge
Published: Friday, September 10, 2010
News Categories: iPhone, Apps + Games

KainosAgora has released an update to TweetAgora, its advanced filtering app designed to provide users with more valuable content from their Twitter feeds. TweetAgora 2.0 introduces integration with Cadmus, a real-time service that analyses and prioritizes content in users’ Twitter streams. The Cadmus integration in TweetAgora allows users to view their Twitter feed sorted by relevance over the past 24 hours based on factors such as number of replies, number of retweets, times favorited, popularity and more, allowing users to get a quick overview of the best content in their stream without having to sift through hundreds of tweets. TweetAgora can also now provide personalized trending topics generated from only those people the user is following and check out only what their followers have said on those topics. Users can also view a filtered timeline of all of the replies that have been received for a specific tweet and use the Questions Asked link on user profile pages to see a filtered list of interrogative tweets from a specific user. The new version also provides a new look and feel with a new colour scheme, adds pull-to-refresh for mentions and direct messages across multiple accounts and provides several performance improvements that should be particularly noticeable for users of older iOS device models. TweetAgora 2.0 is available from the App Store as a free download. The free version allows users to filter up to three keywords and three people, create up to three Agoras and load up to 150 tweets in a timeline. Users can upgrade to the paid version for $5 via in-app purchase to remove these limitations and add support for multiple accounts and filtering of tweets from third-party services such as Foursquare, Gowalla and Blip.FM.

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