Twitter in particular has become very popular in this fast paced feed of information dissemination, giving subscribers the option to tweet small messages to one another for status updates, notes or just light conversation while also allowing the linking of content that helps make the ever expanding sphere of social networking so popular. The only problem with sharing this content through Twitter lies in their very design of keeping posts minimalistic, preventing long drawn out links and requiring URL concealing and shortening services to make the links sharable in the first place, but even this solution runs into its fair share of problems as the Twitter posts often display only the link, leaving the reader scratching their head thinking of what the link could be or wasting time checking out inane or pointless posts individually.
This is where a new service known as Litefeed comes in; acting as a extension and enhancement, Litefeed.com is a Twitter reader that gives users the coveted ability to be able to check links and content posted on Twitter with none of the hassle required to review, open and peruse every single link individually.
The process is simple, requiring only that one allow the site access to their feed so it can expand the links, after that, the rest is handled automatically. All one must do is read their Twitter feed as usual and they are presented with the content of the links that would formerly require the user to appraise one by one before opening. The service is free and easy to use, so why go on using the default services, when a quick switch to a LiteFeed can provide so much more?