Nimbuzz Introduces A Twitter Client With Symbian

By December 14th, 2009 AT 12:01 PM

Nimbuzz Introduces a Twitter Client with SymbianNimbuzz, the Mobile social network aggregator, has introduces a groundbreaking  Symbian 2.2 client packed with new features including a world first for Symbian handsets, pop up notifications, and full Twitter functionality.

Nimbuzz users on Symbian can enjoy integration with the fastest-growing social network, as Nimbuzz incorporates a feature-rich Twitter client that includes Timelines, Direct Messaging, Searches, Trends and Profiles, and outperforms standalone Twitter applications.

Further significant additions to the Symbian update include kinetic scrolling for 5th edition touch screen phones, new chat screen and contact list layout, chat history, plus a direct link to the NimbuzzOut rate calculator for international calls have also been added.

Available as a free download from Symbian app stores, such as Nokia’s Ovi Store, and from www.nimbuzz.com, the new Nimbuzz for Symbian is unique in offering a centralised messaging client with the most comprehensive all-in one feature set – VoIP calls, Instant Messaging and file-sharing with the world’s most popular social networks, plus presence, profiles, location and now Twitter – making it the ‘must have’ application for Symbian users.

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if a person is not having website,can he sign up twitter while using nimbuzz?

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Nimbuzz is best for adding new features and now with Symbian 2.2 it allow to use twitter full application with nimbuzz, these are some cool features which are missing in Fring, Truphone or Vopium.

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