CrowdEye's Firehose-powered Twitter search with 'Sentiment, Location and Relevance' featre

CrowdEye, real-time/Twitter search engine says it has “totally rebuilt” its site and is now powered from the Twitter’s “Firehose” data feed, with handful of new features, most of which are available in the left-column of a CrowdEye search results page. The new additions include: A 14-day archive of tweets and the ability to drill into […]

CrowdEye, real-time/Twitter search engine says it has “totally rebuilt” its site and is now powered from the Twitter’s “Firehose” data feed, with handful of new features, most of which are available in the left-column of a CrowdEye search results page. The new additions include: A 14-day archive of tweets and the ability to drill into tweets on a day-by-day basis; Filtering between tweets or links; Filtering by positive or negative sentiment; Filtering by location, even when a Twitter user hasn’t included location in his/her tweet; Sorting the results by either relevance or time. Combined, these features make for a pretty powerful Twitter search experience.

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