I've been playing with Twitter for a couple of months now, and I have to say, I rather like it. I've graduated from interacting with it purely through the Twitter site, and tend to use a client for most of my tweeting.

On my iPod touch, I've been using a client by the name of Tweetie from an indie developer by the name of atebits, which has loads of great features that I won't bore you with here. Today it was announced (via Twitter, of course) that the Mac version is ready for human consumption.

I've switched over to it as my primary Twitter client already and I have to say I really like it. It's still got some rough edges and it's missing some useful functionality that I liked in Nambu, but it's already showing the great attention to detail and some of the range of features that have made the iPhone/iPod touch version so good. There are already some detailed reviews up, from The Unofficial Apple Weblog and TechCrunch, so I'll leave it at that, but if you're a Mac twitterer and you haven't already, I strongly recommend you give it a try.

I'm also testing out another bit of software right now: a Mac blogging client by the name of Blogo. This is my first post using it, and I'll let you know how I get on with it.

In the meantime, how do you access Twitter? Or perhaps you dont? Leave a comment below to share your opinion.