If you use Twitter for iOS on either your iPhone or iPad, you've probably had a time where you had a tweet fail and tell you it has been saved to your drafts. Whether that reason was spotty service or something else, you will need to try and resend it at a later time. Drafts also doubles as a nice place to jot down thoughts for a later time if you don't have time to interact with followers right that second.
Instead of hopping through several menus, here's how to access the drafts section of Twitter for iPhone and iPad in only one tap:
If you use the official Twitter app on your iPhone or iPad, you have the option to receive push notifications for events such as when someone mentions you in a tweet, retweets something you tweeted, and more. Depending on how often you tweet, you may want to customize exactly what you're alerted to. Twitter gives you the option to choose what notifications you want to receive.
If you use the official Twitter app for iPhone and iPad, you hopefully have some profile information set up so users can see a quick bio about you as well as a photo. Not only does it make your Twitter account more personable, it tells potential followers what your interests are so they know if you'll have anything in common.
Instead of using the Twitter website to edit your profile, Twitter for iPhone and iPad lets you do it right inside the app. Here's how:
I get to use most of the newest devices and test out all the platforms in my job. My "go-to" phone is the iPhone 4S, but there are features I see on other devices that I really wish were present in iOS. At the top of the list of wants is rich contact integration with my social networks.
If you're new to iPhone or iPad and have just gotten started with iOS 5, you might be wondering how to set up the new Twitter integration feature. It gives you the ability to tweet directly from Photos, YouTube, Safari, Maps, and any other third party applications that request access to your twitter settings. It's also easy to set up. Here's how.
Trying to figure out how to take a high quality self-portrait with the iPhone, and the low-quality front-facing VGA camera just isn't cutting it? One of the new features of iOS 5 is the ability to trigger the iPhone's rear facing camera with the Volume Up button, and that means it's easier than ever to get the perfect self-portrait. Here's how:
Wondering how to connect with more friends on Apple's new iTunes Ping social music network? Well Apple's iTunes News has put up a short post telling you how their new Twitter integration works. Check it out after the break!