It is a biographical mini-movie of sorts and bears a deep relationship to YouTube’s “broadcast your self” message. However, this feature is prominent on Twitter and employs the technology of Vizify. Now tweets can include a short reel of all the fun-filled moments in your life with friends and family. According to the Twitter's official blog, other interests you might have will be a welcome addition to this brand new accessory. The videos would be useless without sound effects so Vizify has teamed up with Friendly Music to create music albums you can choose hit tracks from to include along with the various pictures. Both Vizify and Twitter had a lot in common. They were essentially brothers of the same mother.
While the former is about social networking that takes into account personal details, the latter too is about the same thing but it takes into account interests and hobbies. The beautiful thing about the whole procedure is that it is fully automatic. You only have to log on to Vizify to make the process start on its own.
All kinds of tweets, pictures and videos get displayed in spaces that consist of squares on a reel that runs onwards with passing time. Of course, you may add or delete photos as you so desire. That is an option that is always open any time of the day. Even the background music can be exchanged for one closer to your favorite #1 hit. The moment you have completed your text-cum-visual gallery you will be questioned by Vizify if you want to seal the deal. Say “yes” and the contraption will show you the accomplishment in its finalized form. The Twitter feed is resuscitated back to life with this new feature.
It is a musical medley that presents all your bio data in a narrative flow. The Twitter history is set in a neat and natural timeline. Even a VIP, such as the basketball superstar Kobe Bryant, has one and it is a treat to watch. However, it is not particularly for celebrities or hot shots. Any ordinary person with a Net connection can have access to this software venture. The launch of this new kid on the block will jack up the X Factor that Twitter already possesses in scads.