Hshtags is a social media search engine for hashtag discovery across various networks - specifically Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr and Vimeo. You can register for an account, but you can also use it just to search straight away. The idea is that you type in your hashtag of interest - or a person that you're interested in finding something out about, and Hshtags will pull together all of the content that it can find for you, in various formats - written, image or video. You can then take a look at what it's found for you.
It's a great idea, but I have to say that it's buggy at best. It took me three attempts to sign up, and even then it didn't work correctly because one of the social media networks that I wanted to get access to apparently got linked to an earlier attempt to sign up, and it wouldn't let me add it. That's irritating - fixable, but irritating. It's worth trying to get through the process though, because then you can start adding in lists of hashtags, and you can set one of them as your 'home page' which is a nice touch. Here again though, I found the process rather clumsy; I added a list, then tried to add in some tags for it to search and link to the list, and I couldn't delete a typo, I had to cancel and start again. Also, sometime when it retrieved information such as a video, I couldn't play it directly from the screen, I had to follow the link to YouTube. That's messy. However, I did like the fact that I could pin images directly into my Pinterest account with no difficulty at all.
Hshtags is an interesting concept, and I like the idea, but it's going to need to cross a lot more social media networks before it's truly useful. It's also going to need to sort out the other bugs as well. It's worth keeping an eye on though.