The Internet technology has gone so far that’s its users have spread around the world. The Twitter makers are very much aware of this and has made every step of the way to make sure that all the demands of its consumers are being met effectively to ensure competitiveness in the market.
It is a common knowledge that in order to post a tweet – a text or an update – you will need to log on to the Twitter site and from there send your tweet. However, this is rather a more difficult process to some people. They see the whole bunch of process very long.
Using the Twitter command line, invented and conceptualized by one of the followers of Twitter, you can send and post a tweet without having to open a browser and type in the URL of the site. Using key combinations that you can issue, you can now immediately navigate on the Twitter site – depending of course on the issued commands.
Now, you might be thinking, how is the authentication of the account if there is no need to log on to the Twitter site? Is this safe and secure?
Well, Twitter has learned from the massive security that it encountered in the late 2007 via their SMS failure. Every instance that you use the command line will require the user to undergo authentication through the VB Authentication process. Some of the information that you used during the registration process like your e-mail address, password, and account name will still be required.