BUNDLENUT allows the user to bundle several web links into one URL.
I don’t know if Twitter was the rational behind today’s app – BUNDLENUT – but I can’t think of any other reason for it’s creation.
Twitter’s 140 character limit severely hinders what can be posted however, an army of third party developers have ameliorated this limitation to some extent by creating services such as TWITLONGER or TWITPLUS which allow users to post messages longer then 140 character and utilities like BIT.LY or TINY URL allow users to post long URL which are converted to just a few characters. But, what about those times when more then one URL needs to be posted. That where BUNDLENUT come it handy.
It allows the user to enter a number of links along with link titles and comments which BUNDLENUT converts to one URL. Here’s an example I created. Five web sites on Information Literacy condensed into one short URL.
BUNDLENUT is easy to use. Access the web page, give the new “bundle” a title, then enter the URL information. When finished, BUNDLENUT will give the bundle one URL, making it very easy to access.
Bottom line? I like BUNDLENUT. It’s easy to use and is a great way to package a lot of URL information into one small link.
The app is free and can be used without an account however, without an account, bundles can’t be edited after creation. Accounts are available but, through Google. Users will need a Google account which BUNDLENUT is allowed access to.
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