Twitoc 2.0 Now With Plugins!
The word from their press release:
Twitoc, the highly acclaimed Twitter widget for Android has received
an update! Twitoc is a voice-to-text application for Twitter that uses
your voice to posts tweets to Twitter through an easy to use and quick
widget interface. Twitoc is still the same app with the same
simple/intuitive design, but with a new feature. We introduce, Twitoc
Plug-ins. The first in the line of plug-ins released is the Twitoc
Camera. Through downloading an additional plug-in for Twitoc from the
Android Market you can activate a new button on the Twitoc widget to
allow for camera support. Click the new camera button, take your shot,
and get ready to say your caption as a voice prompt appears
automatically. After completing your caption you can preview your
entire message before uploading to Plixi.com and a tweet is sent to
Twitter with your caption and image URL.
Twitoc Camera is the first in a line of many plug-ins to be released
for Twitoc. Over the next 2-3 weeks we will be releasing many new
plug-ins that will enhance user experience and add more features to an
already great application.
Twitoc is a great little app, one that we can recommend. Their devs are highly responsive and really care about the Android Community. Check out their latest offering on the Market, we know you won’t be sorry!
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