search cancel – Media Sharing The Twitter Way

Mutwee.comIf sharing media via Twitter is your one concern, then this young website is certainly worth looking at. In the most general terms available, it will empower anybody to create a single page that comes with a media player on it.


Whenever you find a file that you feel is worth sharing online, it is possible to cut and paste the address where that file is hosted and share it via Twitter. That is, the original address is transformed to fit in the character limit we all know (and in some cases, hate).

The resulting Mutwee URL also includes an online player that will let anybody see or listen to the file straight from his browser, so that the whole process is carried out with a minimum of fuss.

The supported files are worth-pointing out. These include .AVI, .MPG, .DIVX, and .SWF, along with formats such as .MP3 and .WAV. That is, quite an encompassing list which is more than enough to get anybody started. Completists are certain to ask for more, but just give this new resource some time. After all, it has just premiered and it has some way to go. The interface should be updated as well, and become more engaging, but if you want to tweet files the easy way, you will be doing it in no time at all. In Their Own Words

“MuTwee allows you to create a simple page with an Media Player on it, this allows you to share an media file you have found on the internet via Twitter or other services like it. MuTwee allows you to share avi, mpg, divx, swf, mp3 and wav files. To get started just copy a URL to the section below! This must be a direct URL with the extention of one of the files above!”

Why It Might Be A Killer

Those who are looking for an easy and immediate way to tweet media files will put it to very good use.

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Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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