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Bettween used to be a Twitter-based application that allows to track any conversation between two different users from Twitter by typing their respective user-names. It was pretended to be used by entertainment journalists to find and share conversations that are taking place in the media world.
Bettween was born on October 2009 with the purpose of showing "retweets" in its context as part of an entire conversation within two specific users.
As of February 7th 2012, "Bettween is ceasing operations indefinitely".
- Official website
- Techcrunch, 2010 - TweeterClubs Lets You Track And Share Twitter Conversations
- Techcrunch, 2009 - Bettween Makes Tracking And Sharing Twitter Conversations A Breeze
- Techcrunch, 2010 - Bettween Makes Tracking And Sharing Twitter Conversations Even Easier
- Mumbai Mirror
- Killer Startups
- La Nacion newspaper: how to follow a conversation over a network of 100 million users?
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