How do you network socialize?
In this week’s post we are focusing on Twitter Mobile Apps. As we discussed in a earlier post, mobile apps allow you to use the Internet and social media environments.
Here is a description I found, written by Amy Gahran, which explains mobile apps. Please click on the link to her website for a more detailed description.
What are mobile apps?
A mobile app is software that runs on a handheld device (phone, tablet, e-reader, iPod, etc.) than can connect to wifi or wireless carrier networks, and has an operating system that supports standalone software. via What’s a mobile app? – contentious.com.
In upcoming weeks I will continue to provide you with links to sources that I rely on to bring you technology information.
In computing, a hyperlink (or link) is a reference to a document that the reader can directly follow, or that is followed automatically.
via Hyperlink – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
How to use Twitter on your smartphones will have links to Twitter Help, and Simple Help. These are sources that I use for information frequently. However, due to the popularity of the Simple Help site, there may be numerous advertisements on the page. Nevertheless, the illustrations will be very easy to follow.
Also, don’t be discouraged with the new techniques required to view the information. These built-in transitions will give you some ‘hands-on” training in navigating back and forth to more than one blog.. That’s part of what it’s all about, right?
Remember: tech4boomers is focused on helping you acquire, and familiarize yourself, with the skill sets necessary to operate in a social media environment.. Enjoy the transitions…. Here we go…
Twitter for iPhone: An Introduction
Users who are getting started with Twitter for iPhone often have concerns about the following:
1. Where do I find the Twitter for iPhone application?
2. Will Twitter for iPhone work with my iPhone OS?
3. What’s new in the current version of Twitter for iPhone?
4. I need help with Twitter for iPhone!
5. I’m having trouble with an older version of Twitter for iPhone.
6. I want to know more!
Where do I find the Twitter for iPhone Application?
From your iPhone, click the App Store icon, type ‘Twitter’ into the search, and select Twitter for iPhone from the results.
♦ Ok folks take the next step. Click the link below for detailed illustrations and guidelines. 🙂
via Twitter Help Center | Twitter for iPhone: An Introduction.
In coming weeks we will focus on how to use Twitter on the Blackberry, and Android Smartphones.
See you next week 🙂 !