Ever used Twitter.com's microblogging service? If you have, or if you're planning to, then you might be glad to know that you can now send Twitter updates using your PSP.
This is made possible by BadBoy_'s p-twit! application. Using p-twit!, you can use your PSP to send short text updates of up to 140 characters long as long as you have a working WLAN connection.
The app's still in beta and is currently at version 0.02. The newest feature in this version is that you can now see "from p-twit!" at Twitter.com if you use the app to send an update instead of the generic "via web" message. It doesn't support IR keyboards yet, but that may be implemented in the future.
Remember, check the bundled readme file if you want to try this homebrew app out. Any bug reports can be made on the QJ.NET forums or you can send BadBoy_ a message on Twitter.com.
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