It seems like there is no voice command in Siri to directly update your status on twitter.
Am I missing something? I thought that with iOS 5 Twitter is tightly integrated into iOS?!
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Because Twitter offers to update your status via SMS, there is an easy workaround.
Now you can update your Twitter status via Siri:
Tell Twitter Hello World.
In order for the workaround to work, you need to enable the SMS feature for Twitter first.
You can do this either online by editing your profile on twitter.com or send the text message
start to 40404 (for US residents only!). Then follow the instructions in the reply. However, the latter way is more complicated.
United States 40404 United Kingdom 86444 (Vodafone, Orange, 3 and O2 customers) Australia 0198-089488 (Telstra customers) ...
You can get a full list of the world-wide twitter short codes here.
Some countries or providers do not support short codes. You have to use long codes instead. Fees may apply:
United Kingdom +44-762-4800379 Germany +49-157-05000021 Finland +35-845-73950042
For completeness, in iOS 6, posting to Twitter is now a fully-supported feature through Siri. Just say "Tweet ..."
You can also go to the Twitter app and press the microphone button on the keyboard.
As Siri is in beta not all features are available, this is something that could be added in the full release.