Top 10 Twitter iPhone Applications

Tweetlogix

Twitter iPhone Applications

Welcome to yet another Twitter list. Today, we will share with you the top 10 Twitter iPhone applications that will make tweeting more valuable and fun at the same time.

  1. Tweetlogix :  This application makes following your Twitter friends easier than ever. Its unique rich timeline offers inline image previews and tappable links. It also allows you to tweet photos, videos, and music titles and enables you to mute users, search nearby, follow lists, follow trends, and more. It is a simple, fast, easy-to-navigate application.
  2. Echofon: A clean iPhone Twitter app with push notifications and unread tweet syncing with your computer.
  3. qTweeter:  Users with jailbroken iPhones who are also Twitter and Facebook users should check out qTweeter. It’s a pervasive app that runs in the background, and lets you fire off a quick Twitter and/or Facebook status message without exiting whatever application you’re using.
  4. Tweetdeck:  Along with Hootsuite, one of the most popular apps used today for managing followers, tweets, scheduling and more.
  5. Seesmic:  Seesmic connects you wherever you are. Seesmic mobile CRM and social media management applications empower connected organizations and individuals around the globe. Continue reading »
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Top 5 Android Twitter Applications

There are numerous Twitter applications for every mobile platform, and the Android market is full of them.

So, for our post today, we will be sharing with you the top 5 Android Twitter applications including their features and their value:

1. Plume:

Plume handles all Twitter functions very well, and concentrates on making tweeting as easy as possible. A number of home screen widgets are included. There is a free ad-supported version, and a paid version ($3.33).

2. TweetCaster:

This app is a full featured Twitter app that also has Facebook integration. The interface is designed for easy access to all of the standard Twitter functions; there are a number of widgets included with TweetCaster. TweetCaster has a unique way for hiding annoying tweets without the need for unfollowing the tweeter and it is free!

TweetCaster

TweetCaster

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Twitter vs. Facebook vs. Google+

Google+ has caused a lot of commotion on the web – as it well should – and now that internet users are becoming more and more aware of how to use it, it is essential that we have a clear comparison of it with Facebook and Twitter, at least so we can better decide how to use each and know where to concentrate our efforts when using them.

Therefore, for today’s post, we will be comparing the three in terms of usability, reach, relationship focus, sharing and so on.

Facebook vs. Google+ vs. Twitter

Facebook vs. Google+ vs. Twitter

Other points to consider:

1. Growth Rate and Popularity of Google Plus vs. Twitter:

So far, it seems that the acceptance rate of Google Plus is much more when compared to Twitter. While Twitter was able to gain 10 million customers within 780 days, Google Plus gained the same number of customers within 16 days. This is the remarkable success of Google plus making it one of the most credible and popular websites. Continue reading »

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5 Twitter Features You Might Have Missed

Within every service, there are some features and tools that the website provides and puts out there which are not part of its core offerings, however, they are still quite useful. Finding those tools and features can go a long way in learning the in’s and out’s of the service and Twitter is no different. Therefore, here are 5 features that you might have missed on Twitter:

Twitter for Business

an Excellent Resource

The Twitter for business section of the service is invaluable for anybody who wants to utilize Twitter for their business. This section has an introduction to the service and its basics, some case studies and explanation of the methods of advertising that are available on Twitter. It will help you understand promoted trends, tweets and accounts and also it will explain the analytics that are available to advertisers on Twitter.

Who To Follow & Browse by Interest

These two features have been there for a while; when you log-on to your account on the Twitter website, you’ll be able to see it at the top of the page. These two features are invaluable to finding new people to follow. The first feature – Who to Follow – will suggest people for you to follow based on the people that you are already following and certain other criteria. As for the “Browse by Interest” feature, it will allow you to browse recommendations that are split into 18 different categories. So if you feel that your Twitter feed is a bit bare, be sure to check those two features out. Continue reading »

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10 Awesome Web-Based Twitter Clients

There are a great number of ways a person can tweet nowadays; whether it’s from the original website, through your iPhone or your desktop app, the competition is fierce. From that competition comes innovation, and Twitter has its own fair share of innovative clients that are available on the web.

Each client has a its own niche and reasons for why its special…

1. Brizzly

An interesting client in that it doesn’t feel pretentiously high-tech, it’s just more about enjoying your Twitter rather that drowning in statistics and management.

Pros: Mute users without unfollowing; inline image, video and map display.

Cons: Too simple for social media junkies.

2. Hootsuite

If you can appreciate the utility of an electric screw driver over its traditional cousin, you will appreciate Hootsuite.

Pros: Connects to everything; completely customizable; great for companies.

Cons: Far too complex for everyday tweeting; can feel awfully cluttered; we don’t like the interface.

My Hootsuite

My Hootsuite

3. Seesmic

While famous for its desktop app, its online cousin is certainly an excellent client. It allows you to choose between single- and multi-column mode, preview bit.ly links inline and stay on top of lists, searches and trending topics.

Pros: Simple and straightforward without missing anything important; nice user interface.

Cons: Doesn’t have the full set of power user features.

4. Splitweet

Targeted at corporate users who need to both manage multiple accounts and track their results. What makes Splitweet great is that it will, unlike HootSuite, automatically update your stream and offers a brand name tracking feature that lets you track custom searches along side your regular stream.

Splitweet Snapshot

Splitweet Snapshot

Pros: Allows you to tweet in many different languages.

Cons: It does not have the feature to isolate your Twitter accounts so you could see activity for just one as opposed to see multiple accounts mashed together.

5. Media Funnel

Media Funnel has some unique features, such as editorial control for a team of users, a guest posting feature, and email alerts for keywords/brand mentions. Continue reading »

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Our Latest Addition to Tweepi: “My #Tweepi Dashboard”

Tweepi has a new delight for you: “My Tweepi Dashboard”.

Whether you don’t know whom to follow on Twitter or you need to track down the unfollowers or those followers you forgot to follow back, we have created a customized page – just for you! “My Tweepi Dashboard” enables you to follow up your account and help you clean it up and arrange it faster and more easily!

My Tweepi Dashboard

My Tweepi Dashboard

Hope you find this new feature useful!

Looking forward to any further suggestions you may have regarding Tweepi and its options and features :)

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