Celebrities use Twitter for a lot of reasons – promoting a new venture, to praise or complain about something, to share information, to spread news about a good cause. So I thought it would be fun to hear from the celebs themselves about how they use Twitter, to find out what works – and what doesn’t.
Posts Tagged ‘Echofon’
One Day Sale on AllTwitter Conference!
PostUp today announced its acquisition of Echofon, a suite of Twitter applications used by over 3 million people. These applications will be added to PostUp’s Twitter search application and Android application.
UPDATE: Tweetie has been bought by Twitter and replaced withÂ Twitter For iPhone, which as of the current update is essentially the same. The main difference is that it is now completely free. Read my review here. Tweetie is no longer available on the app store. However, the review below remains valid simply because Twitter For iPhone is for all intents and purposes the exact same application.
I know, I know. I’ve come very late to the highly-regarded Tweetie, and that’s because I’ve also come very late to the iPhone, having owned a 3GS for just a little over one month.
Hence, I have no experience of the original Tweetie, which was released for the iPhone way back in November 2008, and therefore have not had the opportunity to become as passionate about the client as many others.
Please forgive me. I will try to make up for this oversight with enthusiasm and detail.
Honestly? I give Buzz about a week
before it drops off the front page.
So, this is essentially a first look for me, which should provide some comfort that this is an open and honest review.
A Little History
Prior to getting Tweetie, I was using TweetDeck on my iPhone. The TweetDeck app is free, and because I was familiar with TweetDeck on my PC it seemed logical to install this first. Indeed, I was quite happy with this decision, as for the first three weeks of iPhone-related Twitter usage TweetDeck seemed to hit all of my buttons. It was fast, it was easy to use, and it basically just worked.
(I’ll be reviewing TweetDeck for the iPhone at a later date.)
But all the overwhelming positive mentions of Tweetie kept eating away at me. Could something this loved be anything less than excellent? All of a sudden I was very keen to find out.