How to Tweet From a Cell Phone

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Twitter allows users to update friends, colleagues and fans about their daily lives. Because people are not always near a computer when they want to send an update--or tweet--Twitter provides several ways for users to tweet. Cell phone users with a web browser, or at least SMS text messaging capabilities, can tweet from anywhere with cell phone service.

Tweet with the Application for iPhone

  • Download the Twitter application from the App Store.

  • Open the application and login with your Twitter user name and password.

  • Click the "New Tweet" icon in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. The icon is a square with the image of a pen going through it.

  • Type your tweet into the text box. Tap "Send" to post your tweet.

Tweet via SMS

  • Send a text to your country's numerical twitter code with the word "START" as the message. In the United States, the twitter code is 40404.

  • Reply to Twitter's message requesting your user name with only your use name, and no other characters or spaces. Twitter will send another text asking for your password--send your password (keeping in mind that it is case sensitive).

  • Confirm that you want to use Twitter on your phone by responding with "OK" when prompted by a final text message from Twitter.

  • Send a text message to your twitter country code--40404--with a tweet. The tweet will post online to your Twitter account.

Tweet with Your Phone's Web Browser

  • Navigate your cell phone's web browser to mobile.twitter.com.

  • Sign in using your Twitter user name and password.

  • Type a tweet into the text box on the home screen.

  • Select the "Tweet" icon.

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