By the end of 2010, 26 million people in the United States will use Twitter. 19% of all internet users are now sending a tweet so it should not be surprising that hundreds of hundreds of Twitter applications have been developed to improve the experience. These programs make it easier to tweet pictures or messages, to integrate your Twitter account with other social networking sites or blogs.
The list of the most popular Twitter apps is on the way of TwitPic. TwitPic is an application that makes it easy to share photos on Twitter. With TwitPic, you can send a photo from your phone, through the API or through the site itself. Quantcast estimates show that it is used by nearly two million people a month.
Another popular Twitter app is Tweetdeck. This program integrates a wide range of social web pages through a browser that shows all of them on screen at once so you can monitor Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and MySpace simultaniously. Digsby is another popular Twitter app that offers similar services. It helps you organize instant messaging, email notifications, and social networking websites in a way that allows you to customize them according to your needs. Hellotxt is one of the most popular Twitter apps that offers similar services.
Stable ranked in top ten of Twitter apps is Twitterholic. Twitterholic maintains Twitter users with most followers and allows you to find out where you are locating. Ashton Kutcher constantly controls the list on Twitterholic. His 4.5 million followers go well over two of the most popular Twitter members, Britney Spears.
Ellen DeGeneres, Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey are the top five members.
Two brand new Twitter programs are expected to quickly climb the list of popular apps. Ez-twitter is the quickest way to send a tweet to you. The application continues to be logged so you can instatweet from another because the application is opened. It is only meant to send a message. The new application, which comes from the same company, Emagine Web Consulting, is geo-twitter. It allows you to tick your location and see them on a map.
Source by Jeffrey Teles