We’ve written about how we use Buffer App and also even did a post on how to use the app on your iPhone. Now, Buffer has come out with the highly requested iPhone app to go along with its Android app.
The iPhone app has been the most awaited Buffer feature, says Leo Widrich, Buffer Co-Founder.
First, a quick overview of how Buffer works. When you discover a blog post, article or website online that you want to share with your Twitter followers, Buffer it by clicking on the Buffer browser extension and the app automatically schedules the tweets for you throughout the day, at a schedule set up by you. This is a time saver as you don’t have to set a time for every tweet you wish to schedule.
Another great feature is the ability to buffer retweets from inside twitter.com. Twitter’s web interface only allows for native retweets with no commentary. With Buffer you can send out traditional retweets with one click along with accompanying editorials.
On to the iPhone app:
First you add articles to the Buffer queue using the Bookmarklet in the Safari browser. Once you’ve set up your tweets in Buffer, the iPhone app provides functionality similar to the desktop application — rearrange, edit and organize your Buffered tweets. To delete an update, or post it right now, click on the update in the queue and tap “options” and choose “delete” or “post now”.
Ramp up your Twitter productivity now with Buffer App on the iPhone and Andoid devices.