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Twimbow: The “Apple” of Social Media Dashboards

Twimbow

Anyone who is an avid social media user has found social media dashboards to be extremely beneficial when it comes to managing all your accounts. Platforms like Tweetdeck (which Twitter just acquired), Hootsuite and Seesmic have become awesome tools for organizing and displaying tweets and other social media tailored exactly to your liking.

There’s a new kid in the social media dashboard club, and it’s a lot more colorful and user friendly than the rest.  Introducing Twimbow.

Twimbow is a social media browser that lets you enjoy Twitter through an innovative and unique user experience. It gives you a brand new way to highlight your most important tweets through the concept of personal buzz for all interactions with other users and the concept of monitor for finding what you’re looking for.

There is no lengthy installation, so anyone with access to a browser can just login and use it, wherever they are. Twimbow doesn’t use more columns to let you track keywords and users but rather a dashboard from where you can do a lot more and keep your interface clean. Speaking of the interface, just one look at its colorful display will definitely catch your eye and show you why it stands alone among the other clients.

Currently still in its beta stage, Twimbow is only available for Twitter. As it grows out of beta, it plans to add more social networks so you can interact with any data coming from any network.

Twimbow will be one of our showcased startups at Tech Cocktail San Francisco this evening. If you’re in the area then stop by and meet the team!

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About the Author

Henry Sams is a Tech Cocktail intern, college student, and Washington, D.C. metro native who has a passion for new technology and marketing through social media. He has always been interested in new tech innovations, start-ups, and gadgets and would like to create a start-up of his own some day.

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