There are endless image services when it comes to Twitter. Twitpic is the one we all ready associate with the social scene giant, but if we started numbering them one by one we would need a calculator to keep track of every single one.
The obvious inference is that since there are so many services available and Twitter is so big, there must be a phenomenal amount of pictures posted there. Just as it goes with tweets themselves, quite a significant amount are of no importance or relevance, but there are some which are worth being hunted down. Doing that manually would be downright
impossible, and solutions like this one are there to streamline everything.
Not only that, TwitCap lets you capture these images for posterity, or for immediate sharing – whatever you fancy, it is all possible. You simply click on a provided button and then a copy of it is stored under your Twitter account. To view all the images that you have captured, you simply login to TwitCaps using your Twitter credentials and head straight to the section entitled “My Captures”.
Nobody would mistake this for “the next big thing”, but that is besides the point. It is just a tool that gives twitterers a chance to simplify some processes. That is enough for many a user out there.
TwitCaps.com In Their Own Words
“Twitcaps is an application that allows you to browse and capture the latest images posted to Twitter via any of the popular Twitter image services (Twitpic, yFrog, Twitgoo, etc). From the Twitcaps interface, you may capture an image for later use, re-tweet the image on your own Twitter feed, or share the image on any number of social linking services.”
Why TwitCaps.com It Might Be A Killer
If saving and sharing pictures found on Twitter is your one concern, this service will perfectly suit you.