For all those folks who never knew that their iPhones can proliferate them with ‘Twitter’, a free social networking and ‘micro-blogging’ service. Here I make you familiar with ‘5 different ways’ to use ‘Twitter’ service on you iPhone. I don’t know which one you would prefer but ill surely go for the TwitterMail.
For this interesting option just register your iPhone’s IMEI no. with ‘Twitter.com’, and for US users just sms your messages to this number -40404. As simple as that. Remember to confirm options for your iPhone tariff plans too.
Twitter Mobile friendly website:
This one supports cellphones that have a browser. For this option you just have to configure your iPhone’s Safari browser to the following web address and you are, seriously, good to go – m.twitter.
Remember to use it as your normal website just as you do in your computer system.
Let me tell you, Twitter shows full supports for Jabber, AIM, Gtalk, and Livejournal chat addresses, Mundu IM iPhone Edition and JiveTalk for iPhone, so you can have a breather on that.
Twitter will just confirm your IM address through those VoIP enabled AIM, Gtalk.
This interesting alternative helps you blog/Tweet through your email itself. First thing you have to do is to get registered on TwitterMail, from there you will have to submit some Twitter identifications and in turn you will get access to your TwitterMail email address.
For other options check out their web site too – Twitter.com.
Web-based Twitter Client for iPhone:
This one sub divides into two alternatives –PocketTweets and Hahlo 2.0. PocketTweets is an innovative option that helps you organize your latest tweets through your contacts, tenuously helps your status updations and can keep you updated with the latest happenings around the globe with AT&T’s Edge network/ Wi-Fi. Hit ‘this link’ for more – pockettweets.
Hahlo 2.0 has the following verdict through Dean –
‘Version 1 had ended up probably doing more harm than good, and while the basics worked well enough it had a few failings which unfortunately resulted in many people switching to other alternatives. Now with Hahlo 2.0 a lot more thought has gone into how things should work, and how they should fit together. On top of that there are also a huge pile of new features and enhancements which will hopefully bring those that had left back to Hahlo’.