Twitter has become a part and parcel of our lives. We share news, views and comments. We also share photos and post videos, and most importantly retweet everything worth retweeting.
But sadly, Twitter does not offer any kind of archiving tool for its users. Therefore there is absolutely no way you can have a permanent copy of all of your updates. Fortunately, there’s an app called Tweet Keeper that keeps track of out Twitter activities.
After downloading the app, provide it with a username, and it will start collecting all your old tweets and then save any new tweet. Sadly, Twitter’s API only allows Tweet Keeper to access the account’s last 3,200 tweets, but that would most likely cover up a long time span for most casual users.
Once you’ve set up an archive for your tweets all future updates will be sent there too and interestingly you can set up seven more archives. All you have to do is just download the app on your iOS device from the App Store and give the app a username.
In the app, just by clicking on a user name you will be able to see the entire history of tweets. You can search within the tweets for any word. Tweet Keeper is available for $1.99 from the App Store.