Two ways to access Twitter from the mobile web

by 1389 on May 30, 2007

in 1389 (blog admin), cellular, mobile web, social media, tech tips, Twitter

See Introducing Twapper 2.0b: Mashing 30boxes and Twitter on the 30boxes blog. 30boxes is an “identity aggregation” service for Web 2.0.

They’re offering another way to access Twitter from the mobile web that has some advantages over Twitter’s own m.twitter.com interface. In a nutshell, Twapper lets you view expanded URLs, more photos, and other things that you can’t view directly through Twitter Mobile. If you already are a 30boxes user, you can mesh Twapper in with the other features of 30boxes. It works on a PDA or on a conventional cell phone, subject to memory and other limitations of the device.

Click here to access Twapper. Access to the basic display features is free and no registration is required.

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