Found this great mini-article on facebook:
There’s a lot of talk out there about apps. There’s an app for this, there’s an app for that. This trend has come about with the iphone, Facebook and now the Ipad There are several tools that make the Facebook experience better. These include Firefox add-ons that allow you to upload and download pictures easier outside your browser with the Silverlight Desktop app. This few tools will focus solely on status updates for Facebook.
This add-on enables users to update their statuses on several social networking sites that you give the application permission to access. Once enrolled, the application is placed at the bottom right corner of your browser. When you access the button to select post status update, the update is sent to all the sites that you have selected. This option makes the experience a bit faster.
Selective Twitter- on facebook
Linking Twitter and Facebook is the idea behind Selective Twitter. One would hope that when you update your status on Twitter the same is sent to your Facebook page. This is not the best option to have in place as not every Twitter update is appropriate for a Facebook update. What this does allow you to do is have each update that is hash-tagged #fb to be sent to your Facebook page, allowing Facebook to update appropriately. This app is pretty self-explanatory and it is relatively easy to link the two networks together.
This tool is accessed through Google. Just click this link: igoogle to add this Firefox option to your Google page. Once you have followed the on screen instructions you can easily update your status on numerous social networking sites including Facebook via your iGoogle page on your iPhone. One issue is that the tool sometimes will not work with Chrome and it has issues with hanging and not loading when used with Firefox. Of course this depends on your connection.
These are only some of the small applications you can use to update both Twitter and Facebook.
Thank you to Andrew McCauley – The Social Media Bloke 🙂