Twitter goes mobile

Finally, Twitter has become usable online via your mobile. Visiting http://m.twitter.com lets you see the latest rants by your Twitter friends. I’m surprised this wasn’t available from the start, but better late that never.

I think it’d be even better if the non-mobile-specific Twitter website used your browser agent to gauge which version to present you with. Wouldn’t that make more sense?

[Via Crunchgear]

One thought on “Twitter goes mobile

  1. Ade

    I passionately hate websites that think they know better than me what sort of content/layout/styles to present – especially on mobile devices. The BBC is the worst example of this, it drives me up the wall! Google’s nearly as bad – if I use my (fully featured) browser on my phone, its results page links to squeezed, useless versions of the result webpages. Useless. This is obviously partly because I use the latest phones, sometimes even pre-release, so maybe their databases aren’t up-to-date. But I think in general it’s a bad policy as you can never be fully aware of all the browsers out there. So there. Rant over 🙂

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