Current Twitter trends: Android Unlimited, Frühlingsanfang, Church Reality Shows
Monday 21 March 2011
American network carrier Sprint is promising "an exciting week of [Android] announcements at CTIA" with the first place hashtag "#AndroidUnlimited."
According to Twitter users and technology blogs, brand new Android-powered devices and innovative new Android apps are expected to be among the many Android-themed products and services on display at the major wireless technology trade show which opens this week.
The hashtags "#100factsaboutme" and "#icantdateagirl" are trending in second and third places in Twitter's most talked about topics.
Twitterers who are not sharing 101 facts about themselves or explaining why they can't date a girl are listing the names of would-be "#churchrealityshows."
Seventh place term "Jerusalem Shore" is one of the most popular choices for Twitter's favorite church reality shows. "America's Next Top Bishop," "Everybody Hates Lucifer," "Four Brothers" and "Keeping Up With the Christians" are also in the running.
German microbloggers are wishing everyone a happy "early spring" with sixth place term "Frühlingsanfang."
YouTube sensation "Rebecca Black" and recently deceased rapper "Nate Dogg" both move down the chart three places over the weekend.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on March 21 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- #AndroidUnlimited (promoted)
- #100factsaboutme (new)
- #icantdateagirl (new)
- #churchrealityshows (new)
- Rebecca Black (-3)
- Frühlingsanfang (new)
- Jerusalem Shore (new)
- Everybody Hates Lucifer (new)
- Nate Dogg (-3)
- Four Brothers (new)
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