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Tweet cloud generator Cumulotweetus now in the Windows Phone Store, temporarily free

WP Central

Behold, Cumulotweetus

The latest update to the super popular glƏƏk! Twitter client gave users the ability to create ‘Tweet clouds’ within the app. A Tweet cloud is basically a collection of words and phrases associated with a specific person on Twitter.

The addition proved to be so popular that favorite Windows Phone dev Liquid Daffodil decided to make a whole app dedicated to just that feature, but with even more control and options.

And thus Cumulotweetus was born and is now ready for download.


Cumulotweetus for Windows Phone

From the app description:

"Get the coolest way to see and share what your Twitter friends and followers are saying by creating "Tweet Clouds" from your timeline, mentions, any other user's timeline, and ever from random users from around the world with Cumulotweetus!"

  • Create, save, and share tweet clouds!
  • Post to Social and let users around the worlds see your clouds!
  • Change background colors, word colors, and even font styles!
  • Customize selected words, mentions or hashtags that you want removed from your cloud!
  • Select the language of your "stop words" to more accurately reflect what really matters in your clouds!

As to be expected from any Liquid Daffodil app, the design of Cumulotweetus is sharp and eye catching. The light blue and orange work well together as do the bold pictures and Tile format for the app. It’s also smooth and fast and yes, the created clouds also just pop. The app is simply fun and well thought out.

Tweet Cloud

Generated Tweet Cloud

Cumulotweetus will normally fetch for a modest $0.99 with a free trial but through the end of the day Tuesday, you can grab the app for absolutely nothing. Of course once you lock in that freebie, it’s free forever including updates with new features, meaning there is little reason to not give this a shot if social-networks are your thing.

Pick up Cumulotweetus here in the Windows Phone Store for $0.00 until Tuesday night.

QR: Cumulotweetus


Reader comments

Tweet cloud generator Cumulotweetus now in the Windows Phone Store, temporarily free


...I don't get the point of this app. I tried, but I really don't get it.
*By the way, the images generated are in low-res and grainy...

They should have great quality depending on your device. Tip: saving directly to phone saves as 100% quality, but 80% if you post directly because the image can get large for bandwidth. They also seem to be finer against black.

First, its spelled glƏƏk!, second every notification problem has been in the users device. Try turning off then on and restart phone to fix your device hanging, third, Liquid Daffodil has the most responsive support in the Marketplace, have you tried that route before whining in a comment about a nice, free gift for all Windows Phone users worldwide? (L)

Its gleek, no one gives a shit about you putting e's upside down. How in the hell is its users device. I've already traded emails with the devs and none of their solutions work. So STFU is you don't know what ur talking about.

Its ur device. Turn off some of the background apps and remove the ones u can't control. You have to much garbage on ur phone and its hindering premium apps like Gleek from working. OH BTW I CARE ABOUT THE UPSIDE DOWN E'S OK!!?? Thanx... Also he is the dev ya freaking mental case! Take ur meds before ya get on the Internet or we're gonna have to make ya wear the helmet again!!!

Really. Well when I wasn't getting Gleek notifications I turned off background apps and removed ones that I couldn't turn off and didn't need. Guess what... Gleek started notifying me. Let me help u with ur come back • wait for it... STFU U DON'T KNOW WHAT UR TALKING ABOUT! ( and u don't )

And I'd assume you are part  of the people who works on the app, because that "user device" nonsense is exactly what was said in the email.

...and when you received that helpful support email on a Sunday, did you reply with results to get further assistance? Remember, your sharing comments in a forum that is advertising a free app for users, which is a nice thing for Liquid Daffodil to do, wouldn't you agree? We suggest you work with the developers to help you, which also improves the product for other fans.

No I did not. I went to the forums and posted was I the only one seeing this. No I was not. The person also tried the "fix" with no avail. Ive tried three devices now, a Samsug Focus, HTC HD7, and a Nokia Lumia 900. The other person in the forums had a NL 900. Not working for them either. 

Okay, well please feel free to follow up with Liquid Daffodil support, they'd love to help. There are always bugs to find in every app, and your help can help others, too! :)

Wow someone had soggy cornflakes. Rude. I find that problem with any app when I have too many running. Wp7 limits number of background tasks to keep efficiency at a maximum.