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Tweeting from the Web? Nine Alternative Web Clients


By www - Posted on 25 July 2009

Believe it or not, almost 50% of Twitter users, prefer to tweet directly from Twitter.com. This isn't surprising, but most heavy Twitter users agree that Twitter.com is actually the poorest user experience among the plethora of alternative web applications to access the service. But there's one thing Twitter.com has going for it (besides being the default way all new users access Twitter) - it's simple and easy to use.

But after few months of using Twitter you begin to look for the retweet button, the auto-refresh updates, or a way to create groups, and moreover, you are looking for a better way to navigate through your endless list of friends and/or content. You won't find these features on Twitter (although the Power Twitter Add-on gets you most of the way there), but here's a list of alternative web applications that will let you monitor your Twitter account from your browser in a much richer way than the Twitter site itself.