An impressive application, there are music sharing sites for micro-bloggers. From my standpoint, twt.fm seems to be the most user-friendly. At twt.fm you are required to login through your Twitter account. However, once you’ve done that, the interface is simple-to-use, no downloading required: Type in the name of the artist and song you’d like to post. The application hunts the web for a stream of your song, and when you click the preview button, you can hear the music and opt whether or not you’d like to Tweet. You can find other sites to do this as well, such as Song.ly, but what is unique to twt.fm is that if the site can’t find a stream, you can submit an mp3, YouTube, SoundCloud twitter downloadlink, and the interface will create the Tweet for you.
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There are some applications you can use to customize Twitter for your purposes. Some are web-based while others are third-party clients that can be downloaded to your computer. Twitter has made finding applications easy. At the bottom of the Twitter page, you can see a series of links. One says either Widgets or Applications. If you know the web address for the application’s site, you can use that as well.
There are mobile applications for your smart phone, web-based applications, and desktop applications. We will take a look at a few from each category just to give you an idea of what is out there. From that, you should be able to have a good idea of what you’re looking for in a Twitter application and search for one with your preferred features.These apps stream download video twitterjust as the web site does. These apps are free to download and use from their respective app stores.
Twitter for iPhone before Twitter for iPhone was. It’s the first Twitter app to hit the iPhone app store. Its tagline has been “Twittery puts Twitter in your pocket.” With the iPhone, indeed it does. It includes a link-shortening service and tweet translations. You can use it to filter your Twitter stream to specific types of tweets. The app is universal for iPhone and iPad.
The initial app itself is free. However, you can get an in-app purchase of Twitter, which will remove ads and allow you to manage more than one This Android-based Twitter app was formerly known as Touitou. When Twitter complained about its name, it was changed to Plume. It also allows for previewing media before you commit to seeing it. It lets you manage more than one account and “colorize” your stream. It has a free version and a paid version.
TweetDeck was once a third-party application, but it is now part of Twitter. It works with Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, and Google Buzz. It allows you to change the vibration, sound, and color alerts you receive for your notifications. (As a side note, there is also TweetDeck for iPhone.) This is a free app.
This app is available for free in the Blackberry App World. Other than Twitter for Blackberry (discussed next), this appears to be the most popular Blackberry Twitter app available has a clean interface, allows for editing retweets before you send them, and dialog bubbles on the friends/mentions page.
This app is also available for free in the Blackberry App World. It promotes the ability to stay connected with the people and the information you care about the most. It streams Twitter in real time. As a side note to Blackberry users, it has been reported that there will soon be a version of TweetDeck for Blackberry, so be on the lookout for that traffico anomalo google.