I know that I’m coming a little late to this party but I just recently discovered ManageFlitter.com and I’m very impressed with it. Obviously, there are a lot of twitter tools out there on the interwebs but this one does a great deal and it’s free. (There’s a pro version available for a fee that does even more.)
One of ManageFlitter’s big features is that it allows you to clean up the list of people that you follow on twitter. It does that by examining everyone you follow and giving you a great report of sorts. The report shows you, among other things, who is and isn’t following you back, who hasn’t posted in a long time, who posts a lot, and who is or isn’t popular. Plus, if you decide that you want to unfollow a group of people for some reason it’s very easy to do that in one click.
Beyond that, ManageFlitter offers some powerful search tools. For instance, you can search the bio of only the people you follow or search for something within the tweets themselves. Again, these searches are only looking at people you already follow or their twitter stream. This is very different than just doing a broad search on twitter itself.
One new feature that’s just been added to ManageFlitter is a basic Google+ integration. Basically, ManageFlitter watches your Google+ profile for any public status updates and tweets those updates for you using your twitter account. Since Google hasn’t released any API for Google+ yet, this doesn’t happen in real time. There can be a huge delay between your G+ post and the tweet but this is the first such integration that I’ve seen anywhere so I guess it’s a start.
You can check it all out at ManageFlitter.com.