Elixir releases Thurly - URL shortening and Twitter plug-in for Safari

July 15, 2009 in Utility (E)

[prMac.com] Orlando, Florida - Elixir is happy to announce Thurly 1.0, a plug-in for Apple Safari. Thurly allows you to both shorten URLs in a snap as well as post directly to Twitter without ever leaving your browser window. With a quick keyboard shortcut (Command-Control-T) Thurly springs to life automatically shortening the URL of the web page you are on.

From there you can copy the shortened URL out to use elsewhere. Paste it into emails, forums posts, blog entries and much more. Thurly allows you to also post to Twitter from the main interface. It populates the Status field with a shortened URL and let's you edit your post as you like. Click "Tweet" or press Command-Enter and your post lands in your Twitter updates.

Registering Thurly is not required. You can use the base features of the plug-in, shortening URLs and posting to Twitter, for free until the cows come home. We have added some bells and whistles though to make your life easier. Registering allows you to use multiple Twitter accounts, letting you post from different accounts on the fly from the main interface.

We have also built in the option to use a Twitter template. The template let's you set a default message that appears in your Twitter Status field each time your open Thurly. Which can also be overridden at any time.

Pricing and Availability:
Registration for a single user license is a mere $4.95 (about the price of a cup of coffee at Starbucks). A multiple user license pack of 5 is only $11.95! Download your copy today, it's free!

Elixir is a graphics company located in sunny Orlando, Fl. Elixir consists of a staff of, well, just one. Adam Shiver. Adam is a self-taught designer with over 10 years of professional experience. He has created a variety of award-winning media during his career, including website design, newspaper graphics and layout, icons, online graphics and other print projects. Adam loves coffee and episodes of The Office. If you really want to bribe him, you can get him Amazing Spider-Man comics or something Apple. RapidWeaver, and the RapidWeaver logo are trademarks of Realmac Software Limited. Copyright 2009 Elixir. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Safari are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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