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Our Twellow development team is cranking out the features lately. Just the other day, we announced the "Twellow Pulse" feature, which allows users to track what people are saying about categories of their choosing.

Now, we’re announcing the "Twellow Maps" feature. Lead developer Matthew Daines talks a little about it:

If you’ve ever been browsing Twellow and wanted to know where a location is, like “Gaborone“, you can now just click the map icon next to the location and Twellow will provide a map, courtesy of the good folks at Google. You’ll see a pop-up that shows the user and their location on the map.

We’ve also included options for zooming, panning, and alternating between Map, Satellite, and Hybrid views. So if you think Gaborone (or Gabs as it’s affectionately known) sounds like a nice place to visit, then you can switch to the Satellite view to see the landscape.

Twellow Maps

Twellow Maps will also pinpoint users who are using the Twitter iPhone application. Please note however, that not all locations will be found. Some users will have "all over the place" or "at home with my kids" as their locations. Obviously these are not places that can be located on a map, but I like to think that Twellow users are smart enough to know better than that.

If you’re a Twitter fan, but have not yet used Twellow, what are you waiting for? To stay up to date on the latest developments with Twellow, stay tuned to the Twellow Blog. We will also cover the biggest developments here at WebProNews.

Find Twitterer Locations on Twellow Maps
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