Flickr2Twitter lets you link your Flickr and Twitter accounts. Once you’ve linked the two accounts, new images uploaded to Flickr would be tweeted out to your friends automatically.
You can tweet any photo you email from your mobile device. Photos and videos found on Flickr can be shared through tweets. Not only that, you can even tweet regular updates!
- Tweet any photo you email from your mobile device
- Tweet photos or video from Flickr
- Tweet via the Flickr API
Yes, it’s true, you can now link your Flickr and Twitter accounts!
- @flickr – The official Flickr Twitter page
Feedalizr is an Adobe AIR based application that supports multiple social networks such as Twitter, FaceBook, Flickr, FriendFeed, TwitPic etc.
The application lets you update your twitter status, create groups and more. You can share images easily using TwitPic. You can keep a tab on your FaceBook stream as well!
FriendFeed and Flickr support is rare in many of the apps that support twitter but Feedalizr doesn’t disappoint you.
New updates are displayed on the bottom right corner of your desktop similar to GTalk notifications. You can view the ten hottest topics being discussed on twitter at any time.
The app has a nice ‘Filters’ option that lets you clean out the clutter and hide unwanted updates.
- Adobe AIR desktop application
- Supports twitter, FaceBook, FriendFeed, TwitPic, Flickr etc.
- Create groups, filters and more
- Feedalizr – Twitter, FaceBook Adobe AIR application
- @feedalizr – feedalizr, the Free Adobe AIR Desktop Social Media client. Lifestreaming, friendfeed, twitter, facebook status updates, flickr, jaiku & video
TwitterGram is yet another Flickr – Twitter Mashup that seems great for twitter users with a Flickr account.
The application tweets your Flickr images automatically to your twitter account. Your Flickr account is checked every 10 minutes for updates. You can disable posting anytime you wish to.
If you want only specific Flickr images to be sent to your twitter account then you can specify a tag and only Flickr images with that tag would be posted to your twitter account.
You can specify Prefix and this would be added to your tweet everytime an image is shared.
- Share Flickr images automatically on twitter
- Option to tweet flickr images with the specified tag
- Add a pre defined prefix to your tweets
Send your Flickr pix to Twitter and show people what you’re up to.
InfiniteComic is a random comic generator which generates comics based on the keywords entered by you.
The site fetches random images from Flickr and text is retrieved from twitter based on the keywords input by you. You can tweet the generated comics for your friends to see.
Alternatively, click the Advanced link and create your own little comic by providing the image URL and the text.
- Generate comics out of keywords
- Mashup of twitter and Flickr
The Infinite Monkey Comics random comic generator was semi-inspired by A Softer World, a web comic where two people take the time to put photos together with seemingly relevant text. Infinite Monkey Comics takes a similar approach, however with less deliberation (and even fewer humans), and presents you with a random image from Flickr superimposed with some random text off of Twitter based on keywords of your choosing. Think of it like the Infinite Monkey Theorem, however instead of reproducing Shakespeare those monkeys are creating original comics.
- @infinitecomic – Plug into the internet’s collective consciousness! Tweet back and you might appear on our site!
Portwiture gets photos from Flickr based on keywords from your latest tweets.
The photos are arranged in a grid or even displayed as a slideshow.There’s nothing much to this mashup between twitter and Flickr but it’s a good visual sight to see.
Just enter your twitter username and the photos pertaining to your tweets would be obtained from Flickr. You can also specify a particular Flickr username and the photos shared by that particular user would be grabbed. You can sort the photos based on its popularity, recency or relevance.
The mashup offers an RSS feed of the photos and displays the keyword that was used to grab the photos.
- Displays photos from Flickr based on your latest tweets
- Mashup between Flickr and twitter
- Sort photos based on popularity, recency or relevance
- RSS feed explains why a photo was chosen
Portwiture grabs photography from Flickr that matches the content of your most recent Twitter updates. The result is a serendipitous visual representation of your Twitter profile.
- @portwiture – Your favorite frivolous Twitter/Flickr mashup.
- @tylersticka – Award-winning interactive designer, artist, speaker and educator with an affinity for comic books, modernism and rock n’ roll.
FlickToTwitt helps you automatically tweet links to newly added photos in your Flickr account just like SnapTweet .
You need to authorize FlickToTwitt to post to your Flickr and twitter accounts before FlickToTwitt can start posting links to twitter.
- Upload photos to Flickr and share the link on twitter
- Authorize Flickr and twitter for FlickT0Twitt to update
Ever wanted to post a photo on Flickr and announce it right away on Twitter?
That what’s flick.to.twitt allows you to do!
- FlickToTwitt – Post your photos on Flickr and announce them right away
Flittr is a mashup of Twitter and Flickr. Tweets from the twitter public timeline are retrieved and specific keywords are extracted from such tweets. The keywords are then used to search up photos on Flickr and a mosaic of such photos is displayed to users.
You can also Flittr your own tweets by adding your twitter username to this URL :
- Twitter and Flickr mashup
- Retrieves the latest tweets, searches Flickr for photos
Flittr was created by James Harton in March 2009 as an experiment with in using Rails to mash up Twitter and Flickr.
The main Flittr page retrieves the latest tweet from the public timeline and fiddles with the text to generate a search term on Flickr and takes the sixteen highest results and displays them as a mosiac.