By David Pierce on MakeUseOf
Twitter is quickly becoming one of the most used social networks on the planet. People are documenting their jobs and lives, 140 characters at a time. It’s become the norm for bloggers to have Twitter accounts, and nearly anyone with an online presence has a Twitter account .
Despite all that though, I continue to dislike the way Twitter works, or used to work. For a long time, you had to go to the website, log in, type your 140, submit it, and then leave. Getting to the update was often longer than the update itself.
That got me looking for faster, simpler ways to update my Twitter status and read others. In my searching, I found a pretty huge number, but narrowed it down to the eight fastest, simplest, and most robust ways to update my Twitter status without ever typing “twitter.com”.