We last looked at TweeCominder earlier this summer. It’s an app that Twitter users can easily get behind. No, it’s not another Twitter client. Instead, TweeCoMinder helps you keep track of your tweet count. That’s its main purpose, but it does have a few other tricks up its sleeves. The latest update improves functionality and adds features. Let’s check it out.
Quick reminder of what TweetCoMinder does. It helps you keep track of your Tweet count on Twitter. This is the number of tweets you’ve sent out. For some, it’s a big deal when crossing certain barriers. For example, we might want to do a contest when our @wpcentral account on Twitter sends out its 30,000th tweet. We could use TweeCoMinder to help track this and notify us as we approach it.
TweeCoMinder is now on version 0.9.6.4, with that comes the following:
- Custom tweet mode
- Saving of own tweet templates
- Choose between mentions or hashtags for TweeCoMinder
- Live Tile and Toasts are sent out now about every minute, but only if tweet count changes
- Added email alert
- Updated FAQ
- Bug fixes
You can share your current status tweet status with your followers if you want. There are predefined templates within TweeCoMinder, but now you can create a custom tweet. Other changes include improvements to both Live tiles and toast notifications.
The big update to TweeCoMinder will come next. We should be seeing achievements and badges (think Xbox Live achievements and Foursquare badges) for a wide variety of accomplishments and actions on Twitter. In addition, there will be a Windows 8 version of the app with all of the above features.
Interested in trying out TweeCoMinder? The app is available for Windows Phone 8. There’s a free five day trial, after that the app will set you back $1.49. That’s to help cover the Azure costs for all the server side magic.
Grab TweeCoMinder in the Windows Phone Store. You can also use the QR code below to nab it or swipe to the right in our app.
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