Direct Messenger is a free online tool for Twitter direct messaging. It is a simple and standalone web client for Twitter DM. The best part of this online tool is that it is also available for iPhone and Android. No more use of complex Twitter client software for private conversations or messaging with followers, as the only purpose of this simple tool is to allow direct messaging for Twitter users.
Direct Messenger comes with dozens of useful features such as sync messages seamlessly, packs of stickers, quick conversation search, image upload, voice playback, smart notification, user context and URLs. Experience the whole new way of messaging with Twitter followers as you normally do with Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and other IM clients.
From the below screenshot, you can see the interface of this Twitter DM client.
Note: The apps for iPhone and Android can be downloaded from their respective app store or from the homepage of “Direct Messenger”
How to Send Direct Messages to Twitter Followers:
Step 1: Simply go to the homepage of this online tool and sign in using your Twitter credentials.
Step 2: After sign in, you can start messaging with your Twitter followers or with people whom you follow. All your previous conversations will be visible at the left of the screen.
Step 3: The chat box is pretty simple, but the best part is that you can see the basic profile info of the user with whom you are messaging.
Step 4: As we have already discussed that you can also send images and stickers from tons of great sticker packs. The options will be available below the chat box as shown in the following image.
Step 5: Sending direct messages to Twitter users has never been much easier. This simple online tool lets you start a conversation without even opening your Twitter account.
My Final Verdict:
Honestly, I think “Direct Messenger” offers one of the best ways for direct messaging with Twitter users. You don’t have to download any third-party DM client software for messaging, as you can simply use this online tool to do so. Personally, I like this tool as it brings almost all the features of Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp to Twitter.
Try this useful DM client for Twitter from the link here.