Twaddle, New Twitter Client for Windows Mobile
Which Windows Mobile Twitter client do you use? PockeTwit and Twikini have been extremely popular among Windows Mobile users so far, but perhaps there’s room for a new client. We love having options on Windows Mobile, so it doesn’t hurt – especially when it’s free. Check out the full rundown on the latest entry, called Twaddle, after the break. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter: @pocketnowTweets.
Twaddle supports most of the core features found on Twitter and seems to pack a pretty good punch in its infancy. The next version should be out soon and will support some of the missing features you’d expect out of a Twitter client. Be sure to keep an eye on Twaddle because it’s very much in active development. Always grab the latest version from Get.Twaddle.Mobi.
Features (to be expanded soon):
Viewing your timeline
Viewing all your friends and their last tweets
Viewing your own tweets
Posting tweets, replies and retweets
Custom interface supporting inertial scrolling
Downloading of avatars + avatars of @replies of your friends
Geotagging of your tweets
Viewing the Google Map of geotagged posts
OAuth support no username / password entry required
Portrait and landscape support
Software Input Panel support in both portrait and landscape mode
Copy / view URLs mentioned in posts
Is.Gd URL shortening
Tweets are saved locally and remembered next time you start Twaddle
Direct message support and new navigation bar in next release (preview shot)
Note: the developer is looking to improve graphical aspects of Twaddle, so contact him if you’re interested and have any artistic ability.