Tweetbot for Mac is one of a small handful of apps that I couldn’t live without, and they’re celebrating their 2.1 update with a tidy little discount today. [Tweetbot, $10. Normally $13]
Some tweets just aren't meant to last forever. If you're posting something that won't be relevant after a certain period of time, Spirit can delete it from your account with a hashtag.
Safari/Chrome: If Twitter's web interface is a little too busy for your liking, Twipster converts it into a minimal and responsive list of Tweets, with none of the clutter.
Chrome: Twitter's web interface generally pales in comparison to dedicated apps like Tweetbot, but Previeweet adds much-needed image thumbnails to your timeline to make the interface more app-like.
If RSS stresses you out, or you're just looking for a new way to follow sites in the wake of Google Reader's demise, Nextly offers a more casual, TV-like interface to flip through all of the articles on your favorite sites.
Chrome: If you want to add some commentary to someone else's Tweet, Classic Retweet for Chrome adds the option for an old-style retweet option to Twitter's web interface.
We've all sent texts and emails that we almost instantly regret, but if you hit send on a poorly-thought-out Twitter direct message, you may be able to delete it before it's too late.
iOS: Our Twitter feed is probably the closest thing many of us have to a daily journal or activity log, and yet Twitter doesn't provide a way for us to export the data, or even search more than a few days' worth of Tweets. Tweet Keeper is a tremendous app that will liberate your data from the service and make it…
iOS (Jailbroken): InstaFacebook and InstaTwitter are two handy tweaks for the iOS Notification Center that allow you to instantly type or dictate messages to your social media profiles.