There’s been a lot of talk about Twitter recently for many different reasons, but one of the reasons why we can’t seem to stop talking about it is because there are so many different ways to use the service. By all appearances, Twitter may be a simple tool on its own, but developers have been doing some pretty cool things to enhance the platform. Sending short messages has never been so much fun, and a service called TwitterFone enables you to speak your messages instead of having to type them. 

At this time you’ll need an invite in order to use TwitterFone (you can request one), but once you have one, you just register your mobile phone number and Twitter account, call the phone number that you’re supplied with, say your message, and hang up. In a short amount of time your message will be converted to text and posted to your Twitter account along with the audio version. Since the messages on Twitter are so short, I don’t really understand why you wouldn’t just type the message and send it from your phone, but I guess in some cases it might be nice to also have the audio.