TweetDeck For Google Android Arrives Today In Beta Form

Filed as News on August 12, 2010 1:31 pm

Tweetdeck for Google AndroidStarting Thursday, Google Android users can download the beta version of the platforms TweetDeck application, the most popular 3rd-party Twitter app currently available.

The program will no doubt have issues as it’s not fully polished and TweetDeck is still relying on feedback from users. However what it does offer is integration with Facebook, Twitter, Buzz and Foursquare in one single program.

Users can also view their own Twitter @replies with the “Me” column, while also viewing comments and likes from Facebook. You’ll also notice updated color-codes with a single blended column.

Here are some screencasts of the program from @Mashable:

Users of the iPhone App have reason to be jealous with FourSquare and Buzz not available for the Apple product. Also, TweetDeck is promising a host of new features during future builds of the Android app, including better multiple account Twitter support, video uploading capabilities, improved mapping performance and increased Google Android hardware support for a faster, better experience.

What do you think about the new TweetDeck Android App? Let us know your thoughts.

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  1. By Mohit Sharma posted on August 12, 2010 at 3:00 pm
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    I guess its not too late for this app..surely a game changer of sorts..


  2. By Pantguitar posted on November 20, 2010 at 10:35 am
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