Twitter™ has become the information network that many people use to check for or report on news, events, reviews, sports, culture, etc. The goal of the #butterflyEffect Android™ App for Twitter is to enable you to find more on Twitter using the information gathered during your searches.
Hashtags are used by Twitter users to create arbitrary "groups" to categorize their tweets and increase the visibility of them to other users. Often, special hashtags are created that are related to events, causes, marketing campaigns or merely for fun. The beauty of the hashtag is that any word or combination of words can be used as a hashtag.
This application helps you find active users creating relations between hashtags for emerging trends or topics, and find popular links related to your search criteria. Use this information to discover more on Twitter using the context created by other twitter users.
Click on the icons to learn about the app.
RT @ezraklein: 7 charts that show what Obamacare critics are getting wrong: View
RT @sbhsbh: 10 Adorable Startup Pets That Make the Office Feel Like Home View
#C3PO Is Trending: Now #StarWars Emoji Are Just a Hashtag Away. Film partners with Twitter to create emoji-hashtag. View
Je Suis Kenyan. #147notjustanumber is the hashtag that gives life to each person slain in the Kenya attack. View
How do you raise awareness? Over population, over consumption - in pictures. Simplest way would be to show people View
How #Beats by Dre played you like a fool. The headphones sell for $100~$500 a pair; cost a mere $14 to make. View
5 Sad Facts About America's Ridiculously Slow Internet. America’s not even in the top 10 worldwide. :( View
'Are your tanks filled with orca tears?': SeaWorld Twitter campaign backfires as hashtag #AskSeaWorld is hijacked by animal rights groups
THE RISE OF ANDROID: How a flailing startup became the biggest computing platform grabbing 85% of the market. View
#TedCruzCampaignSlogans: How Ted Cruz went from candidate to cautionary tale with one hashtag (+video) View
Before self driving cars, could we please use #AI to synchronize traffic lights based on patterns. Traffic cops are so 1960s
In need of a truly uplifting news story? Look no further, #GiveBenAJob hashtag is proof that the world isn’t such a bad place after all.
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Marketers Bet on Clever Hashtag Campaigns to Stand Out at SXSW From #hangovercures to #hungerstrikes View
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Localytics found that people who own a high-end Android device are 40% more engaged with apps than iPhone 6 owners. View
#AppleWatch, the rose-gold version, costs $17,000 – more than someone in the US on #minimumwage makes in a year. View
Florida scientist told to remove words ‘climate change’ from study on climate change. View
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