Aug 3, 2012

Slices makes creating lists of people to follow on Twitter easier than it is on…Twitter
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Following a lot of people on Twitter can be extremely difficult, given the real-time nature of the service. Blink, and you might have missed something epic. At the same time, babysitting a feed of content all day is tiring and not the best use of your time.

Twitter introduced a feature called “Lists” a while back, but they’ve never stuck for me. Carefully crafting lists of people seems like work, basically. A new app called Slices for both Android and iOS, from the makers of TweetCaster, lets you create lists of people based on categories, or “Slices”. It’s a similar concept to that of Circles on Google+.
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