Crowdreel is a great way to see what’s trending photo-wise on Twitter. With hundreds of photos uploaded every minute to Twitter, Crowdreel gives you real-time access to these images and lets you search, share and explore them. It’s always great to see when BlackBerry trends on Twitter and right now WES 2010 pics are trending! Right now Crowreel is powered by twitter, twitpic, yfrog, TweetPhoto, twitgoo, mobypicture and Flickr, so be sure to share your WES pics on one of these services to get discovered.
This is common trend in the BlackBerry space. We see a company such as yFrog add support for another application like Seesmic, and then they launch an app of their own. yFrog have announced their BlackBerry Twitter app with lets you share photos and videos on Twitter from your BlackBerry.
What do you guys think? Is this enough to get you to switch Twitter clients? Or will you run this in conjunction with another Twitter app?
Download it by going to http://toolbar.imageshack.us/blackberry from your BlackBerry browser.
Seesmic is a free Twitter app that is like UberTwitter but without the ads. The service has been around for a little while now and they recently announced their partnership with yfrog to offer pics.
One of the upsides of the app is that it offers one click URL shortening, but as a downside, it does not offer Tweetvid functionality. If you’re a big yfrog user this could be for you.
UPDATE: Sorry about that, you can change the media provider to use Twitpic in the settings.