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The TweetCaster app for Android has a Custom Notifications option which I think is exactly what you are looking for. A notification will be given for any users you choose to put in the Custom Notification list when they tweet. To enable: From settings go to Notifications. The first thing you'll want to do is make sure "Background notifications" is enabled, ...


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Some RSS readers can import your twitter feed, which allows you to then organize them in folders. I use InoReader. You can give it permission to your Twitter account under Preferences -> Integration -> Twitter After that, you can create subfolders or tags and import your feeds by copying the links of the accounts you're following InoReader has an ...


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TWUBS seems to be what you're looking for. You can insert a hashtag on the homepage, or go to "http://twubs.com/ [insert hashtag here without "#" symbol]" You can change the speed / how fast tweets appear real-time (Fastest, Fast, Medium, Slow, Slower, Slowest) You can also "register" a hashtag. Users can also “register” a hashtag. Registration does not ...


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I just successfully used Snagit to capture a whole string of related tweets and comments. Use the Scrolling window (web page) capture option with the custom scroll setting on - it's underneath in the profile box in my version of Snagit. There are two things that you need to do to capture the floating twitter box that contains the original tweet and the ...


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I only know two ways to do this. Using an Extension which Screengrabs the entire page, then photoshopping out the parts i don't want. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/full-page-screen-capture/fdpohaocaechififmbbbbbknoalclacl Or on my Phone, the S7 Edge allows you to capture "scrolling screenshots" I'm not saying go and buy a $700 phone to capture ...


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Not really a dedicated app to what you are wanting to do, but more like a workaround. You can use a web service called If This Than That (IFTTT). IFTTT basically allows connection between two services (also called channels) by creating a trigger on one service and an action on another. So in your case, you would create a "New tweet by another user" trigger ...


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I created one Chrome extension for you and here you can find the source too: github This might not be the best solution but the quickest, I might improve it later.


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Some more searching revealed that there now exist something called Twitter Cards, and that some of the sites approved for images also provides addons for FireFox. Started FireFox again, and searched for twitpic, and a few links down I found: TwitrPix Express for Firefox Instantly share any photo from any web site on Twitter by right-clicking on the ...


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The Tweetdeck interface to Twitter It is available at tweetdeck.twitter.com, and does everything you've asked for: Runnable under Microsoft Windows 8 Yes, works in any modern browser on Windows 8 Ideally runnable on Windows 10 too Yes, works in any modern browser on Windows 10 Aware of multiple accounts (whether if I need to change the current user ...


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You can use Hootsuite. You can input images, links, and texts. Also, you can schedule it as well. You can use Likealyzer for analytics.


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I think bufferapp.com does what you want. I'm unsure about facebook promotions as that's not something I've used. It has the other features you've listed. They have a free version, premium versions start at $50/month.


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So far, I didn't know that Twitter has the API comments like Facebook. Twitter has third-party application that allow for registered user using them account for register/login on the trusted application/web application. For example, Using Twitter ID for log in the Stackexchange sites. Since I don't know the Twitter API comments service, I would like to ...


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I just implemented the geolocation feature in my software TweetsToRSS Server thanks to this post. TweetsToRSS Server is a localhost RSS/HTML server for Twitter. To track a hashtag, create an RSS feed and use it in Thunderbird/Seamonkey or any RSS feed reader application or browser extension. Bamboo is a good one. Limit results to a location specified by "&...


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