I came across this infographic at TNW this morning about How People Tweet. I found it to be a bit surprising, but it just shows that twitter has done something right. I remember a couple of years ago, the number of users that used twitter.com as the main place to tweet was around 50%.
As for myself, since i have multiple twitter-accounts (@arnteriksen, @arntnor, @sofaprat, @time2rethink, @rethinkmusic) I primarily use Tweetdeck on my main computer. Since I love Google Chrome as a browser I also sometimes use TweetDeck as an app in the browser as well. To send updates and schedule various tweets I use Hootsuite which I find to be both simple to use and with nice analytics following each tweet and the iPhone/iPad app is also really sweet.
On my mobile devices – iPhone/iPad – I primarily use the official twitter-app to read and reply to my tweets, but more and more I catch myself just dropping by the twitter.com site to check out specific tweple or check the history of a tweet or retweet.
I have yet to find that one optimal app that gives me a beautiful UI, optimal UX and simplicity to read and post tweets, retweet, reply and schedule stuff in my different streams – and provides stats connected to my tweets in the different networks where I’m present. I have a “system” that works for the moment, and I’m not sure if it would be possible to have an app that satisfies the complex needs that I have accumulated over the years.
Which client do you use to tweet?