Speak Your Tweets

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Speak your Tweets

A tip of the hat to twittertips.

Update Twitter from anywhere by simply speaking into a telephone. 1-877-TWEETCALL is completely free, start using it today!

How it works

  1. Dial 1-877-TWEET-CALL
  2. Speak your tweet
  3. Your voice is transcribed and posted to Twitter as text!
  4. Before using TweetCall, please log in to associate a PIN number with your account for security purposes.

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19 thoughts on “Speak Your Tweets

  1. It was true; there was a worm, but it’s clear now.

    As for this, I wonder if people will learn to speak in shorter sentences now? I know a couple for whom this would be very good training.

  2. we are just living in such a twitter-crazy world. Why didn’t I think of it first? It seems that the most basic and least innovative ideas are working today…ie. facebook

  3. Been semi-active on Twitter recently.. Got around to customizing the profile a bit, actually tweeting something etc..

    I just hope they don’t end up calling this ‘spweeting’ (speeking \ tweeting)

  4. Thanks for sharing this nifty app I shared this article on various
    social sites to get the word out! :-)

  5. TimeThief, do you use a Twitter plugin/widget ? i dont really understand much about this twitter, what is the benefit for using Twitter, or what exactly use Twitter plugin/widget on our blog/site ? Do you have any article with this twitter ?

    1. @devilnoangel
      We cannot use plugins on wordpress.com blogs however Staff have just created a twitter widget that we can use. As far as finding resource articles on twitter that’s easy. Scroll up and find the links I placed under “related posts found in this blog”.

  6. Toll-free Twitter, ahem! :)

    I found this quote somewhere on the net:

    Twitter is the messaging service we didn’t know we needed until we had it.

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