Skriv mere end 140 tegn med Tweet More Not Less

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Af: Cille Bjerring Larsen

Er du træt af at skulle begrænse dig til 140 tegn, når du skal tweete? No more! Med app’en Tweet More not less, kan du skrive mere end 140 tegn og smide tweetet direkte på twitter!


Nogle mener, at noget af charmen ved Twitter er de max 140 tegn. Men alle Twitterbrugere har vist efterhånden prøvet at måtte bytte ord ud, fjerne et komma eller skrive hele møget om, fordi de 140 tegn ikke lige rakte helt langt nok til det perfekte fuglefløjt. Så mangler du lige det sidste plads, er der her et råd.

Skærmbillede 2014-03-21 kl. 20.19.29

Hent app’en Tweet more not less i App Store, og så er den kvidrende hovedpine ovre i en fart. Du indtaster blot din tekst, vælger den font, du bedst kan lide, læser dit tweet igennem og sender det direkte til din Twitterprofil.

Skærmbillede 2014-03-21 kl. 20.20.12

Det er så op til dig at vurdere, om du vil holde twitter-ordenen i hævd eller spice reglerne lidt op og være en ren character-renegade.

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  • djpapu
    juli 11, 2016

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