qTweeter

qTweeter is one of many available Twitter clients available on both iTunes and Cydia, but don't let it's name fool you...it also works for Facebook. However, the difference between qTweeter and it's iTunes competition is the interface, which is where this one really comes in strong.

I love the fact that I can swipe the status bar and watch as the qTweeter interface slides with my finger. It's just like turning a page in the iBooks app, and it works perfectly. It's just great not having to swipe until I find the right page, open the app, and then send my tweets, which is how most other apps seem to operate. 

You'd think that this feature might slow down the iOS, but I haven't noticed anything out of the ordinary since installing, and any crashing problems I have existed long before this app joined my springboard.

Setting it up is simple, and you're given the option to play or not play sounds upon completion of your updates, as well as change the background of the application itself. 

Aside from that, there's really nothing to it. You're given the chance to select your video and photo settings for those times when you have media to upload, and the options seem pretty standard overall. Nothing fantastic, but nothing wrong either.

Overall, I'm using this one until I find something better, and since I'm not actively looking, I'll probably keep this one around for quite some time. Keep in mind though that this only works for outgoing Tweets, so it's useless if you're looking for something to replace Tweetie, TweetDeck, or the official Twitter app. It's simply one-way broadcasting.

Of course, it's also not useful if you don't have a Twitter or Facebook account, but if you do, I suggest that you give this one a try.