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'Explore the world around you with TweetPixxthe only complete photo-based Twitter experience for Android.View your timeline's pictures, your friends pictures and keep your favorites close for your viewing pleasure.Follow, retweet and favorite as you come across interesting people and the photos they share with the world.Use the map...
Explore the world around you with TweetPixx the only complete photo-based Twitter experience for Android.
View your timeline's pictures, your friends pictures and keep your favorites close for your viewing pleasure. Follow, retweet and favorite as you come across interesting people and the photos they share with the world.
Use the map to explore the worlds' running events, neighbourhood accidents, tropical paradises and more. View local trends as you explore or use StreetView to see a photo's situational context.
Search on keywords and save your favorite searches for use with other Twitter clients and use those you have already saved. Do a geo-search with the upper-right pin icon to find even more photos in the neighbourhood than on the map.
Immerse yourself in the boundary-crossing social discovery app that is TweetPixx. A picture really is worth a thousand words.'