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Daniel Would is developing a Twitter app for the Nokia N900 named Witter that is steadily improving at each update. It’s still in early development, but Witter is already very functional. You can tweet, reply, retweet, and Twitpic in addition to viewing the timeline, mentions, trends, and direct messages.
I’ve been using the second beta to Nokia Messaging for Social Networks the weekend before today’s official announcement. If you need a reminder, the first beta was released at Nokia World, supporting only Facebook. The new version adds new options for Facebook and adds support for Twitter. Read on for some of my feedback.
Power Twitter is a browser add-on that adds inline YouTube, Flickr, TwitPic, all sorts of playable/viewable media to the twitter.com interface. It also features link expansion to preview the link’s page title. Power Twitter makes the official Twitter page better, so read on to find out how to install on the Nokia N900.
I’ve been using Dabr on the Nokia N900 for my Twitter needs, but I stumbled upon a better web app called Hahlo. There’s no need to download anything since it’s accessible through the web browser. I’m surprised at the features it offers like auto-refresh, inline photos, inline replies, tweets near me, OAuth login, and more.
I use Youtube a lot and I just discovered users can automatically notify their Twitter followers when new videos are uploaded. This is possible thanks to Youtube’s AutoShare feature. It’s great because it also simplifies the process of sharing videos on Twitter directly from your phone. I’ll show you how.
Watch out Twitpic! Flickr now allows its users to automatically send out a tweet whenever they upload photos through email. If you follow me on Twitter, then you probably notice I prefer to include photos with my tweets. I’ve been doing this with Twitpic on Nokia phones, but I no longer need it thanks to Flickr Twitter beta.
Mobileways updated Gravity, a Twitter app on the S60, to version 1.17 on May 4th. I love this app even more now that it supports Twitter groups. If you follow a lot of people on Twitter, groups make it easier for you to organize the tweets you read. Many people like Gravity for several reasons, but this functionality makes it a must-have app for S60 Twitter power users.
I use Jaiku, Twitter, and Facebook to update other bloggers, friends, or family what I’m doing. The three services serve different purposes and audience for me, so I rarely update all statuses with the same information. However, there are some things I want to tell everyone about… like the time I popped the big question. Thanks to Ping.fm on my phone, I was able to announce my engagement.