TweetUp today announced the acquisition of popular Android app Twidroid and RSS news aggregator Popurls.
For those unfamiliar with Popurls, the service hand picks top technology RSS feeds from services that include Digg, Reddit and various popular tech blogs. The service has developed a “cult like” following in the technological sector.
By pairing Twidroid and Popurls Tweeup hopes to find a solution which will provide an outlet to capture the thoughts of the “world’s best tweeters.” read more
The site launches with three pages, a front page that offers a summary to some of the best news blogs in the 2.0 space (and the Inquisitr of course, but I’m allowed to put my own link in). The second page offers a summary of the best news in the blogging world, an early passion of mine. The third page is a summary of all the major meme trackers, so users can quickly glance at what’s hot across the web.
The original idea was to do more pages, and in future weeks and months I will roll out more.
The site is inspired, of course, by tools like Popurls – but Duncan’s has a nice look & feel – and the selection of sites is much more inspired than those of his competitor.