Ultimate List Of Twitter Applications and Websites

Twitter is a real addicting service and I have been using it in and out for quite some time.

Over the time we have come across many useful desktop clients and websites which help make your twitter experience better.

Bringing to you the ultimate list of twitter tools to help you keep tweeting.

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Twitter Desktop Clients

There are various ways in which you can update your status on twitter, but the best I think is updating it directly from the desktop.

If you have not been using a twitter desktop client or are looking for various alternatives, here is the ultimate list of twitter clients which will make updating your status much more easier.

TweetDeck

My current favorite, Tweetdeck is a Adobe Air application that has tons of features and is probably one of the best twitter applicaiton you can find.

Thwirl

Thwirl is a Adobe Air application that allows you to update your status from the desktop.

Digsby

Digsby is a multiprotocol IM tool which provides you with twitter support.

TwitterIM

TwitterIM is a solution for MSN and ICQ users. It allows you to update your twitter using MSN or ICQ messengers. Our Review.

Witty

Witty is a twitter client made for Windows Vista. Our Review.

OutTwit

OutTwit is a twitter client for Microsoft Outlook, you can directly update your status from within Outlook. Our Review.

Twessenger

Twesseneer is a twitter add-in for Windows Live Messenger.

Twadget

Twadget is a Vista Sidebar Gadget for twitter.

TwitterFox

Firefox extension that notifies you about your friends statuses in twitter.

Spaz

Spaz is a open source desktop twitter client for Mac, Windows and Linux.

Twitter Websites

There are lots of websites that help you do different things with your twitter account. You can schedule your twits or turn it into a feed, she what people are linking to and more with them.

Check out the list of websites that you can use with your twitter account.

TwitResponse

TwitResponse allows you to schedule your tweets for the future. Our Review.

TweetLater

TweetLater allows you to schedule your tweets for the future.

TwitterBuzz

TwitterBuzz is a website which aggregates content from twitter and shows you what users are linking to.

TwitterFeed

TwitterFeed allows you to post your blog posts as tweets to twitter over a specified interval of time.

Twitterholic

Twitterholic shows you the top 100 users based on the followers they have.

Twittersearch

Twittersearch allows you to search tweets.

TwitThis

TwitThis is a service which allows you to add buttons to your website for users to tweet your blog posts.

Twittervision

Twittervision provides you with a real-time geographic visualization of posts made to twitter.

Do you use any other clients or websites, do let us know in the comments so that I can try them out, and by the way you can also follow me on twitter.

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28 thoughts on “Ultimate List Of Twitter Applications and Websites”

  1. addictIVE, not addicting. Addictive is used for describing something, addicting is what something is doing. eg. “This addictive game is addicting me”. Learn it, live it, love it!

  2. One of the recent Twitter Google maps mash ups is http://www.GeoChirp.com/

    GeoChirp is a free to use Twitter & Google Maps mashup, developed by CueBlocks, which allows you to find real time Tweeples within 1 to 50 miles of any location in the world. You can search for specific phrases & see who is tweeting about these keywords, within any neighborhood of interest to you.

    GeoChirp has a ‘language translation’ tool to convert foreign tweets to the language you understand.

  3. Missed SpokenTwit! Through spokentwit you can Spokentwit from anywhere. Enable Twitter, link your phone number and voicetweet from anywhere. Ideal for people who are continuously on the move and no time to update their twitter.

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