A blogging platform and a microblogging platform became more symbiotic. WordPress has enabled the posting and reading blogs, the platform powers through the Twitter API. This implies any Twitter app that supports a custom API URL can be employed to either post updates to your WordPress.com blog, or to read updates from blogs you have subscribed to.
Tweetie two, an iPhone and desktop Twitter customer, will be one of the 1st 3rd party apps to effect this. As Twitter's traffic keeps growing, WordPress sees its growth also rising.
It is understandable to become more symbiotic with the Twitter ecosystem, considering the fast expansion of the employment of 3rd party applications. In reality, WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg told ReadWriteWeb latterly that WordPress was attempting to develop more methods for Twitter and its platform to overlap. The integration of WordPress functionality with Tweetie is basically pretty cool. All that you need to do is add your WordPress account to Tweetie's settings and you may then be in a position to post a standing update to your WordPress.com blog and also it is displayed in the blog reading view. You may also enable geotagging to show the site of your status update.