I don’t know about you, but I’m an avid Twitter user. Twitter is one of the ways I keep up with specific topics, and also a way to stay in touch with my closest friends. I travel quite a bit and I always like to have that social platform and micro-blogging service constantly updating me on what’s going on around the world.
But, every so often I run into the situation of disappearing tweets. This is where a new app that was just released onto the App Store becomes quite handy. Tweet Library for iPad cures the case of the disappearing tweets. The iPad app archives your own tweets as well as favorite tweets and retweets so that you can review them later.
Besides being a Twitter client, Tweet Library’s main purpose is to assemble and organize tweets around topics, events, categories (whatever you choose) that you can later publish with one click and share with your friends or have it indexed by Google. If you’ve ever wished that you could find an old tweet after it fell out of the Twitter search index, Tweet Library is a great tool for you.
The app allows you to download your last 3,000 tweets from your archive. You can also search and filter your timeline, favorites, lists and mentions, as well as search all of Twitter. You can create collections (folders) of certain types of tweets (jokes, tips, etc.) and copy tweets to them. In addition, Tweet Library allows you to create custom filters that automatically look for certain words in a tweet, or allow you to automatically group or hide tweets.
Tweet Library for iPad is available now for $9.99. The price is a bit steep for casual Twitter users. However, if you’re an avid Twitter user like me, this app is a great tool for your iPad.