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Features spring out of Tweetie 2's diminutive, clean interface like items from Felix the Cat's bag of tricks. No matter how you use Twitter, Tweetie 2 lets you use it better.
Tweetie 2's basic features never feel bogged down by its deep extras. The tool quickly downloads and uploads messages over Wi-Fi or a phone network, and navigation within the app equally feels snappy. You'll begin composing messages with a tap or two, even bringing up a directory to add contact names and recent hash tags.
Pictures load previews within messages, but you can expand them with a tap.
More advanced tools embed pictures and videos through your choice of host services, shorten URLs, and add a Google geotag. However you use Tweetie 2, your favorite options will always be nearby.
And Tweetie 2 excels at reading messages. You can see previews or full versions of embedded photos within the app. Great search tools show trending topics, specific queries, or even a map of local messages. You can follow web links, including YouTube videos, and return to Tweetie 2 without going to the Home Screen. Or suppose you want to read a link or see a video later, Tweetie 2 interfaces with Instapaper and Read It Later. Just tap a button to keep a running list, and view it on your Mac or PC another time.
Get a new perspective on your neighbors or an out-of-town trip with a live map of nearby messages.
Tweetie 2 neatly interfaces with Apple's tools, too. Surf across a cool website in iPhone Safari? A slick system sends those URLs directly to a new Tweetie 2 message after you click a special bookmark. And you can save Twitter profiles into Address Book under a new or existing contact.
The nearly perfect Tweetie 2 welcomes Twitter beginners
while tapping an almost-endless well of advanced features. Its numerous
hooks to external tools will improve the way you communicate.