The more people you follow, the more overwhelming Twitter can get. Qureet promises to cut through this endless stream of information and show you what’s important to you based on relevant keywords.
The web app analyses your timeline over the past 24 hours to figure out which tweets matter the most to you based on topical keywords. What’s cool is that you won’t get overloaded with certain keywords. So for example, even though my timeline was going crazy over Black Friday deals, that featured in only a few tweets in Qureet’s summary email newsletter. Instead, it showed me a pretty wide variety of tweets.
To read other tweets from the day, you can visit the webapp’s Timeline, which has all the tweets in the past 24 hours ranked by importance. There’s an option to retweet and view those tweets, but no built-in way to reply. Qureet also shows the keywords that prompted it to highlight that message.
The app works well and I can see it being really useful on days when I haven’t checked Twitter for a long time. It’s a nifty tool to catch up on your backlog for power users, and a cool tool for those who use Twitter only occasionally.