Okay, maybe not quite but, Capteurs (or Sensor) is the newsletter of Service d’information de Government of France and listed Twendr in the toolbox in their June edition.
As translated by Google:
Twendr offers a complete dashboard of the “trending topics” on Twitter throughout the world to follow what concerns twittos. Remember, these “most discussed topics” are the expressions or the most used hashtags on Twitter at a time T and grouped into a top 10.
Displayed in columns, Twendr compares the global trending topics and 111 locations: 31 countries (U.S., France, UAE, Nigeria, Japan …) and 79 cities (Montreal, London, Sao Paulo … ).
For each of these places, we find the top 10 “concerns”, refreshed every 5 minutes. Throughout history, the interface can also monitor the grading on the last hour.
To customize the dashboard, it is possible to display only certain places by checking or unchecking them in the options settings
Vive La France!
The french web site “Around The Rézo” or Autour du Rezo has a nice write up on TwendR (post 70 plus) TwendR : un outil en ligne pour connaître les tweets qui enflamment chaque pays. which reads “TwendR: an online tool to find out the tweets that ignite each country.”
TwendR takes the concept of the “trending topics” that are on the official page of Twitter, but with more advanced features.
see the Goggle translate version or read the real deal. Merci beaucoup!
Just Another Blog has a write up on Twendr for you all to read, posted on March 4th 2011. Go read it now 🙂
French site Twitter Radar writes Suivre les trendings topics géolocalisés sur TwendR. Via Google Translate it reads:
TwendR complements this by providing a display device by columns Trending Topics world, displayed by country (twenty today)
What is interesting is to follow the evolution of these Trending Topics in time and in real time and allows TwendR precisely monitor changes in these rankings
Finally, TrendR tuner allows the columns by keeping only those that are important to us and choosing the display order of these columns
The application is still in beta mode but it deserves to be more known, it is true that he lacks a little work of graphic order to make it a little more attractive.
Thanks for the feedback!
Dutch site Twitter Mania blogs about Twendr : Twendr: alle trends in 1 oogopslag and according to Google Translate they like!
Twendr is a new website that gives a nice overview of all the trends on Twitter. It is a kind of dashboard that you can see 10 global trending topics, but also the 10 most popular subjects for each country. A total of 20 countries. The dashboard is configurable by clicking on the light. Then you can add or delete countries. Twendr was built by Canadian freelance developer Ian Irving.
Many Thanks 🙂