Gravity : Best Twitter Client For Symbian Platform

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There are millions of Symbian users across the world, and good numbers of them are social media savvy. Twitter and Facebook are literally dominating the social media domain and large number of users are using these two services through mobile. There are dozens of Symbian mobile applications that allow you to update Facebook and Twitter. I've tried many of them, but didn't found anyone of them giving me a memorable experience. But, there's an excellent client which easily defeats all of its competitors. It's a premium application and is worth every penny. The good thing about this application is that it is very easy-to-use and offers kick ass usage controls to get things done swiftly. It has a cool trial version to let the users get the feel and power of this amazing Twitter client. I've been using this application for the last one month and the experience was above excellent. That's why I highly recommend this Twitter client for all the Symbian S60 users who want to remain connected with their network while on the go.

Gravity twitter client for symbian
Fortunately, I found an application called Gravity, which is an awesome social media dashboard for Symbian users. It not only supports Twitter, but also include support for Facebook, Foursquare, Google Reader and much more. While using Gravity, the first thing you'll notice is its stunning interface. That's what makes it stand apart from the rest.

Secondly, this application does not consume much system resources (no hang ups) and is quite fast. It comes with it's own virtual keyboard and url-shortner making the tweeting process a cakewalk. It supports kinetic scrolling on several touch smartphones taking the user experience to the next level. Gravity is actively supported by its developer and new versions are released every quarter or so.

Since I've started using Gravity, I've never looked back. I highly recommend this application if you're a serious social media user on Symbian platform.


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