Tweet Seeker is the best way to find your tweets on Twitter. With an advanced search syntax, filtering, and pro enhancements like Twitter Archive Import and multiple account support, Tweet Seeker is the most powerful and feature-filled app for searching tweets in the app store.
June 4, 2014: Search Through All Of Your Tweets With The Powerful Tweet Seeker For iPhone (AppAdvice)
June 3, 2014: Introduction to Tweet Seeker on the Lionheart Software blog
June 3, 2014: Tweet Seeker for iOS (the Iconfactory)
- Search your own tweets
- Search replies and mentions
- Favorite tweets
- Save your searches for quick access later
- Customize your font (choose from Arial, Avenir, Courier, Futura, George, Gill Sans, Helvetica Neue Light, and Verdana)
- Jazz up your experience with a custom color (choose from Blue, Green, Gray, Yellow, or Red)
- Open tweets in Safari, Twitter, Tweetbot, or Twitterrific.
- Flexible URL scheme with x-callback-url support. E.g., tweetseeker://search/[all, tweets, mentions, faves, or dms]?query=[URL-encoded search query]. You can also specify the Twitter username to search in if you have more than one with the optional "account" parameter. Specify the "x-success" parameter to open another app with a URL scheme after tapping a tweet.
Pro Features (available through In-App Purchase)
- Search your Favorites
- Search your Direct Messages (DMs)
- Add and Manage Unlimited Accounts
- Import your Twitter Archive to search all of your tweets (see below)
Tweet Seeker provides a powerful search syntax. With it, you can find tweets that (queries are in quotes):
- Mention a certain user: “@dwlz”
- Contain a hashtag: “#wwdc”
- Are retweets: just precede your search with “rt”. E.g., “rt #wwdc”
- Are written by a certain user: “from:tim_cook”
- Contain a link from a certain domain: “link:macstories.net”
- Or are any combination of the above, using standard search operators like AND, OR, NOT, “‘s, or parentheses: “(link:macstories.org AND #wwdc) OR from:tim_cook”
Due to Twitter API limitations, when the app first syncs, it will only be able to retrieve up to 3200 of your own tweets (unless you import your archive) and up to 800 of your mentions. However, Tweet Seeker has no limitations on number of tweets after your first sync. If you’d like to search all of your tweets (not including mentions), you can request your Twitter Archive from Twitter.com and import it into the app.
A product of Lionheart Software.