Most Interesting Twitter Bird Icons

Most Interesting Twitter Bird Icons

Twitter, a social networking established by Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams and run by Twitter Inc., encourages its users to send and read other messages named tweets. The website has its bases in some nations such as San Antonio, Texas and Boston, along with Massachusetts. One more thing, Twitter is considered as a service for friends, family, and co-workers to communicate and stay in touch with each other through the exchange of quick, frequent questions and is visited by thousands of people each day. Twitter nowadays has gained a record of more than 70,000 registered applications. For example, during the 2010 FIFA World Cup event, fans already wrote 2,940 tweets per second in the 30 second period after Japan scored against Cameroon on 14 June 2010.


Ranked only after Facebook, the No.1 social networking currently, Twitter is mostly beloved by fans thanks to its stunning features such as TweetDeck, TwitPic, Twitterfeed, and so on which are also supported in Apple products and other devices and its freebie Twitter bird-themed icons. Below is the collection of most interesting free cost twitter blue bird icons for users to select for their websites or blogs:


This icon is made by Productive Dreams and can be used for both private and commercial projects such as software, online services, templates and themes


Happy Birds from on blog or website to enables others to share content or to follow on Twitter


Tweeties is designed by Chris Wallace with three cute little baby Twitter birds


This icon is created by the Design Super Hero


Cute Twitter icon set designed by Mirjami Manninen


Monkeyworks’ Twitter icons with attitude


Spoon Graphics\’ Hand-Drawn Twitter Birds provide lots of child-like charm and make a fun addition to kid-themed websites


Twenty four Twitter icons in six various styles, each in 4 different colors


Twitter blue bird with big fluffy wings



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