Some Twitter App News For The New Week
A quick look at the number of Twitter clients available on the iPhone might lead one to conclude that it is the dominant form of communication these days.
Then again, considering that an astounding 60% of new Twitterers stopped tweeting within a month, if it is THE form of communication… we’re in trouble.
And while these are among the biggees, they are, by no means, the only ones making app news this weekend.
a new Twitter client for the iPhone/iPod touch. Twitterville makes the most of the current theme of the Twitter home page to make you feel at home when tweeting from an iPhone on the move. Keep your location updated to your followers by using the Twitterville’s location function
got updated to version 1.2. New features include search, direct tweets, saved draft tweets and much much more.
Twitterena, a Twitter client whose
ease of use is evident right from the beginning, its sleek colorful design is aimed at mobile devices enabling you to tweet away quickly. many twitter apps have become cluttered – not twitterena, it maintains full functionality of your most used twitter tasks but does it in a nicer way
Saw an update that includes landscape, auto rotation, twitlong suppoer, vibrate notification and lafthanded tweeting (YEAH!!!!)
It also saw a price drop to $.99.
a push-button application to instantly post messages, photos & locations to twitter without the delay of loading your friends list or inbox first. It lives happily together with your feature-packed client.
Had a bug fix that brought it to the attention of one of our readers. (Wow, has tweeting become so complex that we need a special, stripped down version???)
All in all, it is a good time for Twitter… even if they aren’t selling out to Google.