When we all started with Twitter the only client we used was the Twitter interface on the web, but now there are so many that one can use to make their Tweeting a lot more enjoyable.
You got TweetDeck, Seesmic, Twurl and a lot more. Now there is TDash. The developers of TDash designed it to look similar to that of the Google Reader interface.
The key features of such an interface are:
- the ability to mark tweets as read, and thus to narrow down the user’s attention to tweets that are as yet unread.
- sort incoming tweets into nice folders automatically
- Inline expansion of conversations!
- Support for Twitter lists
- Automatic URL shortening via Bit.ly
- Ability to upload images.
Plus it has Keyboard shortcuts to make it fun and easy to use and is safe because it allows you to sign in using the OAuth. No need to give out your password. It is great too that you will not be required to install any software it is web based.
So if you are looking for a new tool to use, try it out and let us know what you think.dashboard, Google Reader, Twitter
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This post was written by Misty Belardo