January 5, 2010 in Social Networking (F)
[prMac.com] Portland, Oregon - Chirp Flow is the first free real time Twitter app for the iPhone. It allows users to see 'tweets' on searched topics or users the moment they happen. Chirp Flow is available today on the App Store. excited pixel, a web company in Portland, has released the first iPhone app to utilize Twitter's real time streaming API. This allows users to see tweets about topics as they happen.
Chirp Flow can be used to get real time updates at conferences, concerts, protests, meetings and any other event. It allows users to engage in a conversation that, when spoken, might be disruptive if articulated acoustically. Many features are planned for future versions of Chirp Flow including: the ability to tweet, view links within the application and see what is trending on Twitter. 'excited pixel' is committed to meeting the users' expectations in the offered features; an email address on Chirp Flow's website provides users with a direct line to the developers of Chirp Flow.
Garrett Moon, the owner of excited pixel, "hopes to see it being used in innovative ways. If it's used by activists to organize, [he'll] be especially happy. [He] wanted to build something that could be used by the protestors around the world and realized in conversations with others, it had the potential for many other applications."
* iPhone or iPod touch 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Chirp Flow 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Social Networking category. For requirements, features, screen shots and more information about Chirp Flow, contact Garrett Moon or visit the promotional and support website.
'excited pixel' is a small web company based in Portland, Oregon. It has a successful history identifying and building technologies to help reach clients' goals. excited pixel has contributed and worked with open source technology to build products for clients that are above and beyond expectations and the competition. Copyright (C) 2009 excited pixel. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.