I consider Twitter to be a background service, like instant messaging. Because of this, I wrote DestroyTwitter so I could tweet and get back to business without blinking an eye. I got the basics out of the way, then focused on a few of the more unique features, like filters and themes. Within a matter of months, the app took off, reaching an install count in the six figures. While active, it sent over a million tweets a month.
DestroyTwitter is no longer available for download due to Twitter API restrictions.