The indispensable desktop Twitter client has finally made the jump to Android - is it worth the download?
Twitter applications are a pretty crowded market on any smartphone platform, especially Android. Between Twidroyd, Swift, and the official Twitter app, most Android have found the app that works best for them. Should Tweetdeck make you reconsider your Twitter client of choice?
Review by: Zac Minor
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Version 0.9.8 | Developed by TweetDeck | 1100 KB | Free
- Multiple Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, and Buzz account support
- Simple, streamlined interface
- Deep integration across services
- Full featured, but easy enough for novice users
- Interface has small learning curve
- Lack of deep integration offered in official Twitter app