Well I'm wondering if anyone on here uses Twitter, and if you do, do you use the official twitter website to tweet and keep track of tweets, or do you use a twitter program or plugin to do that? I'm talking about things like the firefox plugins twitterfox, the adobe air program twhirl and the stand-alone program twitterific.
I've just been getting back into twitter and so far from those three clients twhirl is my current favourite because it has so many features.
So do you use Twitter? What do you use to tweet and read tweets?
I use twitterfox and twhirl
I just use twitter website.
I use the twitter website and the Opera Widget.
I just signed up a little while ago and I've only used the web interface and my cell phone (text messaging). I use Facebook normally, but for an online class I had to sign up to follow my professor.
I thought of using it, but would prefer to use a plugin.
Does anybody know of a plugin for Mac OS X?
Yeah I've changed my twitter client usage a bit as well, nowadays I'm mainly using DestroyTwitter for my account (which is @jylan btw, what are your guy's usernames?). I'm also playing around with Tweetie as well, which has a really nice interface but isn't quite as powerful as DestroyTwitter. Tweetie and DestroyTwitter are both mac programs.
I tried all twitter client and I chose TwittDeck. Great, simple and with a lot of functions: short url, image, create group and much more
For anyone accessing Twitter via Mobile TwitterBerry used to be really good but it seems UberTwitter is getting more popular now, much faster than twitterberry and they recently updated it to include more features, enhancements and programs optimizations. I know twitterberry is strictly for blackberries i think but i'm sure Iphone has much better applications for it.
Twitterfox is pretty neat.
I'm really liking the new TweetDeck client. Running it on my desktop and iPod.
I just use twitter website
I use Bluebird on the Mac. Pretty sweet little program. You can customize the front end using HTML and CSS.
Twhirl is much better than tweetdeck. even the sounds are better.