5 Creative Uses of Twitter

Did you know that Twitter can teach you to cook, remind you of your plans and even help you lose weight? Here are 5 fun and sometimes useful ways to use Twitter:

1. Avoiding Traffic Jams:

Commuter Feed

Commuter Feed

CommuterFeed aggregates tweets about traffic from people stuck in jams. By following your city’s feed, you can get updates about ongoing traffic tangles.

2. Becoming a Chef:

The Belfast-based @cookbook tweets recipes in 140 characters or less, boasting around 132,000 followers.

3. Keeping Track of Your To Do List:

Remember the Milk

Remember the Milk

Remember the Milk is fun and simple application that integrates with Twitter to help you remember all those things that can slip through the cracks.

4. Tracking Your Shipments:

With @trackthis, you can keep tabs on FedEx, UPS and DHL shipments.

5. Keeping an Eye on What You Eat:

Food Feed

Food Feed

Looking to lose weight? Food Feed helps you do that by allowing you to keep track of what you eat along with the calories each food item has.

Do you know of any other creative and fun uses for Twitter? Share them with us in the section below :)

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2 thoughts on “5 Creative Uses of Twitter

  1. An app for losing weight? Imagine what technology can bring us. This pretty dope. 

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