Introducing Twitpickr


The past few weeks former classmate and friend Stijn (@wwdj) has been working on Twitpickr, a webapp which lets you easily upload your twitpic pics to your Flickr account. As of yesterday, Twitpickr has gone live to all twitterati πŸ™‚

Next to the fact that Twitpickr does what it promises to do is the fact that it’s dead simple: Just enter your twitter username (no, your password isn’t required), authenticate the app on Flickr and let it automagically upload your pics.

Half a day in and already 400 pics have been uploaded to Flickr, Twitpickr got picked up by @TechCrunch and is spreading throughout Twitter like a fire.

So why not give it a spin yourself? Be sure to give some feedback if you have any remarks (some of the suggested features/remarks already are planned to be developed) πŸ™‚

Note that I’m mentioned on the Twitpickr site, although I didn’t code a single line for it (yet). However I did alpha-beta-gamma-delta-microwave-test the app and by that have given lots and lots of feedback – be it on a #pkz (which is a pancake sunday; a sunday on which you meet up and eat pancakes) or via the support pages – , shaping Twitpickr to what it has – and will – become.

Published by Bramus!

Bramus is a frontend web developer from Belgium, working as a Chrome Developer Relations Engineer at Google. From the moment he discovered view-source at the age of 14 (way back in 1997), he fell in love with the web and has been tinkering with it ever since (more …)

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