Five Follow Friday Twitter Fantastic Apps

Can you believe it is the last day in April and it is a Friday as well. Tomorrow is May and the weekend summer is close at hand. They are playing baseball, hockey and basketball playoffs and tomorrow is also the Kentucky Derby. Let us not get ahead we should enjoy the Friday and we do that with these Five Follow Friday Twitter Fantastic AppsTweet Randomizer helps you pick your follower of the day! This is a ‘fun’ app that can be used for #Follow Friday, picking a random contest winner, etc.

Like it? Tweet it! is a jQuery-powered JavaScript widget that enables visitors to your website or blog to write a tweet about the site directly in a box displayed in the corner of the website, with a link to the site already embedded in the input field.The widget is a unique opportunity for site owners because it makes it easy for users to share your site with friends while still giving them the opportunity to type out something cool for themselves and thus avoiding auto-tweets. measures user reputation in a way far more robust than counting the number of followers: a high-reputation user is one that many high-reputation users follow. The score is currently based on a scale of 0-10, where 10 is the highest reputation possible.

Runscored provides you with real-time scoring updates from MLB games on Twitter.

Crowdreel is a good way to explore and share pictures posted on Twitter. With hundreds of photos uploaded every minute, Crowdreel delivers real-time access to the images posted on Twitter and lets you search, share and add context to pictures in your existing Twitter network. No more sifting through links or missing out on the visual content buried in your feeds. Crowdreel combs through the tweet stream to find what you’re looking for, whether it’s your favourite celebrity, a big news event or what your friends are up to.Crowdreel not only shows a live stream of photos, it also displays trending and popular photos to make things more interesting. Crowdreel is powered by twitter, twitpic, yfrog, TweetPhoto, twitgoo, mobypicture and Flickr.

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