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Tweetroot for Twitter - Word Clouds from Tweets!

Find out what’s being said.

Get to the root of Twitter by creating visual word clouds with Tweetroot

Tweetroot for Twitter - Word Clouds from Tweets!

by rubbleDev
Tweetroot for Twitter - Word Clouds from Tweets!
Tweetroot for Twitter - Word Clouds from Tweets!
Tweetroot for Twitter - Word Clouds from Tweets!
FREE in the App Store

Get to the root of Twitter by creating visual word clouds with Tweetroot.

What is it about?

Get to the root of Twitter by creating word clouds to visualize the most frequent words being tweeted. Read between the tweets and discover what a @user tweets about the most or what reactions a #hashtag is generating.

Tweetroot for Twitter - Word Clouds from Tweets!

For those who...

  • It’s for anyone interested in analyzing Twitter feeds.

Not for those who...

  • If you don’t utilize Twitter, this one is no use to you. It’s not able to tap in to any other social networks.

Why we love it

If you’re a Twitter addict, check out Tweetroot. It’s not only fun to see the most frequent words being tweeted, it’s also quite informative.

App Details

Version
1.2.1
Rating
(29)
Size
5Mb
Genre
Social Networking Utilities
Last updated
February 2, 2017
Release date
November 21, 2013
More info

App Store Description

Get to the root of Twitter by creating word clouds to visualize the most frequent words being tweeted. Read between the tweets and discover what a @user tweets about the most or what reactions a #hashtag is generating.

Tweetroot pulls in a stream of recent tweets and analyzes what words are being used most frequently across them. From this data, it then creates a colorful collage that highlights the top recurring words in the tweets. This gives you insight into the behavior of your favorite Twitter users, the public response to hashtags and even your own tweeting habits.

Tweetroot lets you analyze 3 types of Twitter feeds:
- User tweets: A user's 1,000 most recent tweets.
- Hashtags:Recent tweets using a certain #hashtag.
- Mentions: Recent tweets from a particular user's mentions.

There are also over 70 color palettes and over 20 fonts you can mix and match to customize your creations. And when you're done, you can easily save and share your creations to other apps and social networks like Twitter, Facebook & Instagram!

Please note: In order to use Tweetroot, you need a Twitter account setup on your iOS device to authenticate with Twitter. If you're having problems, please double check that your Twitter account is added and is allowing access to Tweetroot in the 'Twitter' submenu of the Settings app.
You can also access additional word/language filter settings for Tweetroot in the Settings app.

Have fun!