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Threshold Interactive Seeks to Stop Excessive Hashtags with New App

John Montgomery (chief innovation officer) and the folks over at Threshold Interactive want to rid the Internet of its biggest problem: over-hashtagging. So they’ve developed a free app called Hash Snag that “rids the world of useless, meaningless hashtags by replacing, clarifying or deleting them altogether.”

Hash Snag is pretty simple: you simply enter your message and/or hashtags, see if your hashtags get “hash snagged,” and then share your post, while learning a valuable life lesson about the responsible use of hashtags. We’re not sure what made Threshold the hashtag police, but someone had to do it, so we’re glad they took the initiative. So the next time you’re thinking about posting a hashtag filled tweet, make sure it clears Hash Snag first. The app is available for mobile devices or from Google Play.

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