With so many available options out there for using Twitter on the go, we wanted to get our readers feedback as to what you consider to be the “preferred” Twitter Application. Everyone in our office has their own preference … For example, Kristine (our Account Manager) swears by Hootsuite and TwitBird Pro for all her iphone tweeting. Naturally being a blackberry lover, David (our Account Executive) uses UberTwitter and Twitterberry.
Here is a listing of some of the popular mobile Tweeting Apps we love to use:
UberTwitter: It’s a great app for the BlackBerry line of mobile phones. UberTwitter provides a fully featured Twitter account which includes: the ability to upload pictures, automatically update your location based on the cell tower information provided by your phone carrier, sends videos in your tweet, and finally the ability to see everyone who is tweeting near you!
TwitBird Pro: A fast, flexible and rich featured Twitter client for iPhone lovers. This app has a lot of cool features that you see in other Twitter apps but rarely together. It offers everything you’d expect from great Twitter software, from your timeline to map search. This app gives you the ability to access an address book, Tweet music, cool colour choices and even your own voice!
Hootsuite: This app allows you to compose and converse on the go with HootSuite for iPhone. The HootSuite App allows the ability to manage unlimited Twitter accounts, examine click-through statistics, understand reasons behind trending topics, schedule messages for the future, and shorten URLs.
TwitterBerry (OpenBeak): This app uses Twitter over your phone carrier’s data network, so you don’t need to use SMS. It is primarily used for managing friends, favourites and your own Twitter thread. It gives users the ability to post pictures from their Blackberry to Posterous, Zannel and TwitPic, and mark tweets as favorites.
Tweetdeck: The most popular Twitter application, this app allows users to send and receive tweets, separate the people you follow on Twitter into groups—like “Don’t Miss,” “Co-workers” and “Chatty” types.
What’s your favourite Tweeting app? We’d love to hear your app experience and opinion on the pros and cons of each!