Send Twitters In the Future With TwitResponse

Twitter as many of you may already is a service that lets you send updates about what you are doing to your friends and followers. Twittering in itself has turned out to be a huge experience and can also be termed as a type of micro blogging.

The one feature that Twitter lacked was sending twitter in the futures which means adding twitters that will be displayed in the future to your friends and followers. That gap too has been plugged in with the launch of the service TwitResponse which allows you to twitter into the future.

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Witty – A Twitter client for Windows Vista

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If you are a fan of twitter and want to use twitter some way other than web based, then there are several options available. However, if you are looking for something which is similar to Yahoo Messenger for Vista, then Witty is the right client for you.

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TwitterIM, Twitter for MSN / Windows Live Messenger and ICQ Messengers

Twitter is a popular platform for letting other people know what you are doing at this time, the term "tweet" resembles a user activity at any given time for a user, that said Twitter itself has options to update your status using the site itself, by sending a SMS or by updating your status using a IM clients Gmail or Jabber.

There is no added support for clients such as MSN, Yahoo, AIM and ICQ as they are not part of the Jabber platform.

TwitterIM is a solution for MSN and ICQ users where you can update your twitter status using your MSN or ICQ messengers.

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Access Your Facebook and Twitter Account From Outlook

Many may argue that web applications are the best and others may say that desktop applications rock. The smartest thing to do is use a fusion of both web and desktop services. Facebook and Twitter are some of the best applications created for the web.

Facebook helps you to network with others and also provides you with some great functionality to easily enhance your experience on the other hand Twitter allows you to easily let others know what you are doing at any time.

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