DesktopTweet: Tweet a Screenshot on Twitter

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There are already so many applications out there to share almost anything on Twitter. I have already reviewed some applications to share videos on Twitter (Vildly and Twiddeo), applications to share file on Twitter (FileTwt, and Tweet a File), and even services to share songs on Twitter (Songly). Today I found this another interesting service Desktop Tweet that lets you take a snapshot of your desktop, and post it in Twitter.
Desktop Tweet is a free software that you can use to easily take a screenshot of your desktop, and then tweet it on Twitter. Desktop Tweet is a desktop application that you need to install on your system. Once installed, it runs in your system tray. To take a screenshot of your desktop, just bring up the application, and then select an area of the screen that you want to capture.
Desktop Tweet takes a snapshot of your captured area, and then posts it to an online Twitter image sharing service of your choice. You can select from TwitPic, yFrog, Twitgoo, Pichur, or Posterous. Desktop Tweet uses your account on these services to post the picture. Then it will post the URL of the picture in a tweet to your Twitter account.
Desktop Tweet makes it extremely easy to post snapshots of your desktop on Twitter. This would come handy if you want to tell someone what you are doing, or what you are looking at. Desktop Tweet is pretty basic in its functionality. I wish it came with some basic image editing features as well, so that I could modify the image before posting on Twitter. Another option could have been to have this feature added in some of the existing screen capture tools, such as Gadwin Printscreen or Jing Project. But if you are looking for just a simple application to post snapshots of your PC on Twitter, Desktop Tweet works pretty well.

There are already so many applications out there to share almost anything on Twitter. I have already reviewed some applications to share videos on Twitter (Vidly), applications to share file on Twitter (FileTwt, and Tweet a File), and even services to share songs on Twitter (Songly). Today I found this another interesting service Desktop Tweet that lets you take a snapshot of your desktop, and post it in Twitter.

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DesktopTweet is a free software that you can use to easily take a screenshot of your desktop, and then tweet it on Twitter. DesktopTweet is a desktop application that you need to install on your system. Once installed, it runs in your system tray. To take a screenshot of your desktop, just bring up the application, and then select an area of the screen that you want to capture.

Post Screenshot on Twitter

DesktopTweet takes a snapshot of your captured area, and then posts it to an online Twitter image sharing service of your choice. You can select from TwitPic, yFrog, Twitgoo, Pichur, or Posterous. DesktopTweet uses your account on these services to post the picture. Then it will post the URL of the picture in a tweet to your Twitter account.

DesktopTweet makes it extremely easy to post snapshots of your desktop on Twitter. This would come handy if you want to tell someone what you are doing, or what you are looking at. DesktopTweet is pretty basic in its functionality. I wish it came with some basic image editing features as well, so that I could modify the image before posting on Twitter.

Another option could have been to have this feature added in some of the existing screen capture tools, such as Gadwin Printscreen or Jing Project. But if you are looking for just a simple application to post snapshots of your PC on Twitter, DesktopTweet works pretty well.

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Works With: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
Free/Paid: Free