Another Twitter App for Windows Mobile

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Description

I had just come across Twobile, a Twitter client for Windows Mobile, and now I find this: ceTwit, yet another Twitter client for Windows Mobile! This app looks pretty cool since it features the avatars of your fellow Twitter users. You can also follow or unfollow users from the context menu, check for updates or turn on auto-update, and view your timelines, replies, and directs, of course, too. An auto-refresh feature makes sure you won't miss a thing. Nice! Want to give this one a go? Download it here!

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    quikboy

    If anybody really needs to Twitter all the time, they should really get a life. Instead of punching keys telling everybody what's going on, why not actually do something worthwhile?

    Twitter's just one of those things I don't understand the hubbub about.

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    quikboy

    If anybody really needs to Twitter all the time, they should really get a life. Instead of punching keys telling everybody what's going on, why not actually do something worthwhile?

    Twitter's just one of those things I don't understand the hubbub about.

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    quikboy

    If anybody really needs to Twitter all the time, they should really get a life. Instead of punching keys telling everybody what's going on, why not actually do something worthwhile?

    Twitter's just one of those things I don't understand the hubbub about.

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    sarahintampa
    your words horrify me! gack! twitter is amazing!

    If you enjoy reading blogs and keeping up with tech news but don't have time, then just follow techies on twitter. They're posting quick links to top stories and making quick, pithy commentary on the latest news. It's like reading through RSS feeds, but filtered for the best stuff and much, much faster.

    It's not all a bunch of posts like: "driving to work," "eating a bagel," etc., despite Twitter advertising themselves as a "what are you doing?" Q&A service....which is something people don't understand by just reading about the service.

    Another way to use it is as an offline IM tool. Not everyone wants to be bugged via IM, but with Twitter you can chat with your friends and the people you follow, but not in real-time.

    But really, the best way to understand Twitter is to put your reservations aside and give it a shot.

    WHEW!

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