If you have too many microblogging and social networking accounts, updating your status messages across all of them can be a pain. There are desktop apps to remedy that, but here’s an all-in-one web service which posts your status to a bunch of them.
Making round over twitterverse is this new service called HelloTxt. HelloTxt is an aggregate of microblogging services through which the user can insert their messages on all main microblogging services in a simple and simultaneous way.
There’s also a timeline view for reading the latest updates of your friends status on a particular service. Currently supported are: Twitter, Jaiku, Pownce, Meemi and Beemood. Facebook support is coming soon.
It’s free to use from your web browser, but you need a mobile code to get it to work with your cellphone (including iPhone). I’ve got mobile codes for the first four commenters who need it and can tell me when you’ll ever get tired of signing up for another new webapp.
Aside: Until data portability becomes an everyday reality, these services are really stop-gap solutions to help manage our identities online. Our personal data should really flow and part (like the Red Sea) at our will, instead of being in these information silos (e.g. social networks).
Thanks: MacGeekPro for the mobile codes.