Posts Tagged ‘app’

New Mobile Twitter App for Managing Information Overload

Monday, February 8th, 2010

ReStream.me Mobile is now live!

ReStream.me Mobile is almost ready for launch. Soon you will have many of the great filtering and sharing features of ReStream.me every where you go.

Highlights include:

ReStream.me Mobile
  • Real-time Twitter Stream: Transforms tweets from your stream into web page titles.
  • Twitter Trends: See what links are trending from your stream.
  • Recommendations: Receive recommendations based on your interests.
  • Most Popular: See the most popular links currently being tracked by ReStream.me
  • FavMe: Just like ReStream.me, you can favorite people. The people you favorite influences the content ReStream.me recommends.
  • Highlights: A highlight area shows recent Tweets from the people you’ve favorited or content recommendations from ReStream.me
  • Tweet, ReTweet, Favorite Tweets, and more…

The ReStream.me mobile web app has been optimized for the iPhone. If you would like to preview this release, please send me an email and I’ll send you a link. If you run into issues using another mobile platform please let me know. I want to make this accessible to everyone but I don’t have other platforms to test on.

ReStream: Redesigned and Refined for a Better Twitter Experience

Friday, December 11th, 2009

ReStream has undergone several new changes this week starting with a completely new design. When ReStream launched a few weeks ago, the focus was on building a solid foundation. Unfortunately, this meant the design was neglected. Over the past 2 weeks we’ve focused our attention on the design and usability of the site. It is much easier to navigate, filter lists, view your stream, and share information. But we didn’t stop there.

New Features

  • Tag Integration: You can filter on individual tags to see what the most popular links are over the past 4, 8, 16, and 24 hours. A simple tag search has also been added.
  • Find People to Follow: Twitter is only as good as people who use it. That’s why we’re taking every opportunity that we can to show off the top publishers for each topic, list, and tag. Tag pages also recommend people to follow so you can stay informed on a particular tag.
  • More Lists: We’ve added several more lists along with a new “developer” topic.

Better Performance

Several performance enhancements have been made to the site to provide faster page loads. If you’ve used ReStream in the past you should notice a significant difference after this update.

If you like the new feature, have suggestions for change, or having trouble please let us know. As always you’re welcome to add your comments below.