Delivr Update Improves Mobile Usability

Delivr is the short URL  service that I  use with Twitter and other micro-blogging services. I like Delivr because it’s fast and reliable but most of all because it is mobile aware.  Mobile visitors to a Delivr URL get the mobile version of the target site, if there is one, otherwise they see a mobilized view created with Google’s transcoder. Desktop visitors to the same Delivr URL are transported directly to the original link. As much as I like Delivr … Continue reading

Delivr’s Impressive New Analytics Features, a mobile aware URL sharing and shortening service and micro-blogging platform, has just released a major upgrade. Registered Deliver users can now see comprehensive and visually exciting analytics showing how, where and when their Delivr shares have been viewed. To see it in action: Visit, log in and click “Dashboard” link Click the graph icon to the right of a share that’s received some views to see  the percentage of  mobile vs desktop views and the number of  … Continue reading

I’ve Rediscovered Tweete

Twitter was down all morning thanks to a stupid DDOS attack. When it came back up my favorite Twitter mobile client, Dabr, didn’t come back up with it.  Dabr’s still down 14 hours latter.  After using the’s extremely limited mobile site for a while I started looking for alternatives.  The first one I tried was Tweete. Not only was it working but Tweete has added a whole bunch of features since I last looked at it in in December. … Continue reading

Delivr Update Simplifies Mobile Sharing

I’ve been using since launched in December.  It’s so powerful and does so many things that it’s hard to summarize.  I covered it in depth here. One use of Delivr is as a mobile aware short URL service with one-click posting to many social networking and bookmarking sites. Supported services include  Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Google Bookmarks, Jaiku, Delicious, Digg, Reddit, Plaxo and Delivr’s own micro-blogging service. That’s not all though, using the same one click iterface, you can send … Continue reading

Easy Status updates With Mobile

Thanks to Mark Guim at The Nokia Blog, I’ve discovered a neat new mobile tool. It’s’ s mobile site and Mark used to announce his engagement! Congratulations Mark. If you don’t know, it’s a service that lets you simultaneously update multiple social networks. So instead of posting  a Tweet to Twitter and then going to Facebook and any and all the other social networks that you use and updating your status on each one – you just update … Continue reading

Slandr – Best Mobile Twitter Client?

With Twitter no longer sending SMS updates except in India, Canada and the US there has to be a lot of interest in other ways to get updates on a mobile phone.  As long as you have unlimited or cheap data you can easily follow your Twitter friends using the mobile web.  Twitter has a mobile web based client at  It’s rather bare bones but Twitter has an API and third parties have used it to create rich mobile … Continue reading

Peperonity Update

I ran into Peperonity’s Sanda Freilingsdorf at CTIA and quized her on what was new at the site I once naively called “The Biggest Mobile Social Network You Never Heard Of.” It turns out that there’s a lot that’s new at Peperonity since I last covered them nine months ago. The following are new features I discovered: A brand new mobile site design which was launched this week for the CTIA show. As you can see in the screenshot above the site … Continue reading