Life on Twitter analyzes your last 1,000 tweets to show you your most mentioned contacts, your followers-following ratio, which days of the week you’re most chatty, as well as your most popular posts.
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The app only takes a few seconds to go through your tweets and then displays your stats on a page that you can share with others.
It’s similar to tools like ThinkUp, but isn’t really meant for deep Twitter activity analysis and doesn’t cost anything to use.
Here’s mine; turns out I’m not big on emoji and people enjoy thinking up pornstar names.
This 'porn name' formula (name of your 1st pet + your street) = smart way to figure out people's security questions https://t.co/tE0UWhLSNI
— Abhimanyu Ghoshal (@aghoshal) June 16, 2015