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Twitwoop: Send A Voicemail To Your Twitter Account

Twitwoop Twitter Voicemail

Twitwoop is a simple Twitter tool that allows you to send a voicemail to your Twitter account. Who’s the voicemail for? Why your Twitter followers of course, or you if you need to give yourself a friendly reminder of something while on the go. Using your phone, you can dial-in to one of the service’s worldwide landline numbers and leave a voice message. The service supports numerous cities in the U.S. and several across Europe. Simply log-in using OAuth for your Twitter account, enter the phone number that you’ll be calling from and you’re all set to voice record.

Twitwoop keeps a record of your past recordings for easy accessibility and supports replies of direct recordings back to the author.

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Founder of SheGeeks.net, Co-founder of TheSocialGeeks Podcast, EverythingTwitter.com, and a noted Influential Woman in Technology (FastCompany 09), I like telling people what really matters in technology and social media. SheGeeks.net is a where I share my findings, experiences, and beliefs about technology for others to learn from. @Corvida on Twitter Corvida on Facebook Corvida Raven on Google

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2 thoughts on “Twitwoop: Send A Voicemail To Your Twitter Account

  1. woopla GmbH from Germany now also offers the Facebook application woopcall to post audio to your or a friends Facebook wall when you are on the road.
    try http://apps.facebook.com/woopcall/
    Enjoy it

    Posted by Frank | September 22, 2009, 4:31 am

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