The name ‘Seeker’ is derived from the position in the game of Quidditch from the world of Harry Potter. The seeker is the one who goes after snitch and is considered one of the smartest players in the game.
We intend to make our seeker equally smart; it will always get the latest Cricketing information for you. It will continue to grow with features, options and many good things.
Just add email@example.com as a buddy using GTalk or any Jabber client and have fun. The first thing you can do is of course, type ‘help’.
We’ve released the special Cricket Talk, an enhanced Twitter stream powered by user suggested Cricket related keywords.
The app is powered by the user, which means, users suggest a keyword and is voted by other users. Once a keyword becomes hot enough, we track it and is relayed for other users to enjoy the Twitter Experience on a single interface where others can reply there, relayed back to their Twitter timeline. A user can also vote against a keyword and we stop tracking it goes below its hotness level.
Enjoy the Cricket Talk. Tell us what you feel, where can we improve to make your Twitter-Cricket experience a better one. We’re expecting that Cricket Talk will be a way easier way to track Cricket on Twitter and be amongst other Cricket fans across the globe.
So, go ahead and Talk Cricket.
Note: Please keep the keyword suggestion to Cricket related ones (I know you can suggest anything!) And yes, we use Twitter’s brand new OAuth, so you won’t have to disclose your Username/Password to our application.
We’ve just added the ability of users to accumulate RUNS. Runs are like reputations which you can get depending on your activities on oCricket. The more Runs you collect, your reputation and rank grows in the user hierarchy. More Runs also means, you’ve more power like editing someone’s content, voting down a comment, even moderating the contents.
It’s not at all hard to get runs. Most activity on oCricket are accounted for in calculation of runs. Writing an article, uploading a photo or a video, submission of articles, photos or videos from external sites accounts for your runs. Amass enough runs and you can be a demi-god on oCricket.
All contents on oCricket now bears the ability to be voted which will affect their appearance on the oCricket timeline (in the works). Comments can be voted up or down, so can the links, articles, photos or videos. These vote up and down activity adds up to the score of a particular content and in turn affects your runs.
You can also favorite (bookmark) contents on oCricket.
Hope you’ll like the new feature additions, go score higher runs and we’ll surprise you with what you can do with your runs.