[Update 1.0.2] TweetDeck Grows Out Of Its Beta Diapers, 1.0 Available For Download

[Update 1.0.2] TweetDeck Grows Out Of Its Beta Diapers, 1.0 Available For Download

Oct 18, 2010

Update 11/8: TweetDeck for Android has been updated to 1.0.2 and includes a fix for Facebook problems. Go to the Market to update to the latest version.

Source:@deckondroid

TweetDeck’s Public Beta was released back in August and, through various testing and feedback, went through 11 updates. Now, thanks to all the beta users and their feedback, TweetDeck has become official. Their 1.0 release for Android is now available in the Android Market at no cost to you. What exactly is TweetDeck? It’s a one stop hub for all your major social media needs. With a TweetDeck account, you can easily synchronize your Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare and Buzz accounts.

For those social gladiators out there, TweetDeck will certainly help save some time by eliminating the need to constantly check in to four separate accounts. This Twitter client has all the tools needed such as composing tweets, replies, retweets, add pictures, contacts, or location (with foursquare account). Everything neatly packed and color coded into one simple UI.

I will have to leave all the comments and opinions up to you guys since I personally have not used TweetDeck. This is only due to the fact that I have no need for it at this moment (I only have a twitter account which I just started less than a month ago). I definitely see the convenience of such an app and for all of you social juggernauts this is definitely worth a try. It’s free, so what do you have to lose? Head on over to the TweetDeck site for more info and check out the quick video below for an idea of what TweetDeck has to offer.

Source: TweetDeck

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