Twitter, an online social networking service that enables users to send and read short 140-character text messages, called “tweets”, is definitely one of the most used services that people are using nowadays. A lot of applications are coming on regular basis to enhance users Twitter experience. ‘Tweet Context’ is one of them.
You come across an interesting link, a picture or even text, to share it on Twitter, you have to go copy the link, log in Twitter, paste and share it. Tweet Context, however, shortens that procedure. It is a free add-on for Firefox browser that gives you the ability to send almost anything to Twitter via context menu.
With Tweet Context, you cannot only tweet a link or an image, you can even tweet bookmarks, whole webpage, a frame (right click, view source), selected text and even a page tab, all using your context menu.
With all that, With Tweet Context you have also add-on integration. You can choose between Twitter tweet page (default) or use Echofon or HootBar extensions to tweet. The only thing it misses (in my opinion) is that it should have the ability to shorten the URL. Let’s see if the developer adds it in an update.