twibble mobile is a fast and feature rich twitter client for Java enabled smartphones including Nokia, Blackberry, and SonyEricsson.
twibble’s feature list include
- fast and ressource saving implementation
- tweets, replies and direct messages are displayed in separate views (flip with right/left keys or ’space’)
- fully integrated twitter search with automatic refresh of result list (new in 0.9.14)
- load tweets on demand when scrolling down the tweet list
- send photos to Mobypicture or twitpic. In case of Mobypicture you can even geocode your photo with GPS coordinates.
- Image browser to select pics you want to sent to twitpic/Moby new in 0.9.15/16
- search twitter for users or hashtags directly from a tweet
- re-tweet (forward) of tweets. With a few clicks you can re-send a tweet you received without re-typing the message.
- quick @replies
- replies are properly linked to the original tweet (”in reply to”)
- follow/unfollow other twitter users directly from a tweet
- mark tweets as favorites: Useful on the road when you want to mark a tweet for later reading.
- support for ssl to make the transmission more secure
- full support for public or private identi.ca/laconi.ca instances
- full screen mode with good readability
- (Optionally) display avatar pics, pics are automatically resized depending on the screen size of your phone.
- auto refresh: retrieve tweets automatically after a given time period. Or retrieve tweets manually by pressing ‘*’
- On most devices you can run twibble in the background.
- notifications: configure twibble to vibrate if new tweets arrive.
- keyboard shortcuts: to access the most important functions use the keyboard shortcuts.
- themes: twibble comes with a couple of different themes you can chose from.
- optimized to generate as little data traffic as possible. Only new tweets are fetched to reduce data traffic.
- open web links contained in a tweet (via phone browser).
In addtion twibble mobile can add your position to a tweet (but only if you want!). It can even make use of the built-in GPS of the N95 or other GPS phones. The position can be displayed on the mobile device and on the desktop in Google maps or Google Earth, e.g. via the twibble API.