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UTILITY: Twikini - another Twitter Client for Windows Mobile Smartphones
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 15.04.09 - 15:57:22 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 14947x
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There's a new Windows Mobile Twitter client in town called Twikini. It's yet in Beta but already offers a powerful and efficient way to use Twitter on your Windows Mobile Standard or Professional phone. Unlike other Twitter apps for Windows Mobile, Twikini is written entirely in native C++ code for maximum performance and the fastest load time possible.
It allows to post tweets using a full screen editor and optionally allows to set your location (either manually or using GPS) along with your status updates. Twitpic integration allows to post photos with your status updates, either by selecting an existing photo or by snapping a new one from your device's camera.

Straight from the application, you can read status updates quickly reply, retweet, favorite, or E-Mail other people's tweets. However, direct messages aren't yet supported but should be added in an upcoming version. Somewhat a neat feature is the Windows Media Player support which automatically detects which song you are currently playing and tweeting the track name and artist you're listening to.

Twikini is now available as a free public Beta and supports all Windows Mobile 5.0, 6.0 and 6.1 touch- and non-touchscreen Windows Phones. It's not yet announced if the final version will stay freeware or not.

Cheers ~ Arne

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