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TweetDeck

TweetDeck

TweetDeck is a personal browser for staying in touch with what is happening now, connecting you with your contacts across Twitter, Facebook and more. TweetDeck shows you everything you want to see at once, so you can stay organised and up to date.

TweetDeck is an Adobe AIR desktop Twitter application. Like other Twitter applications it interfaces with the Twitter API to allow users to send and receive tweets and view profiles. It is the most popular Twitter application.

Users can split the program into columns which show different things, for instance tweets from friends. TweetDeck interfaces with Twitscoop, 12seconds and Stocktwits, all of which can appear in separate columns. It also allows users to split the people they follow into groups, a very useful feature to many users.

TweetDeck is ideal for managing information overload when you follow lots of people on Twitter. Groups are great for staying up to date with those people who are most important to you in Twitter. Create groups in Tweetdeck and once you have created all your groups, you may want to turn off notifications for the All Friends column and just be notified about new tweets in your group columns.

 TweetDeck 3.8.4

Price
Free to download

Size
2.2MB
License

Freeware

Developer
Iain Dodsworth

Website
www.tweetdeck.com

System Requirements
Adobe AIR

Support:
Blog, Help, Beginners Guide

Selected Reviews:
Daver's Blog, Bright Hub, Shabooty, CNET

Features include:

  • Tweet directly from TweetDeck and share photos or web links
  • Manage conversations with @replies and direct messages
  • Create Groups to easily follow friends, colleagues or other interest groups
  • Keep a finger on the pulse with Twitscoop and local trends
  • Follow topics in real-time with saved searches
  • Update Facebook and view your friends' status updates
  • Preview short URLs from the comfort of TweetDeck
  • Manage multiple Twitter accounts easily
  • Keep your TweetDeck safe with sync and back-up
  • View photo thumbnails directly from TweetDeck
  • Record, share and watch video clips within TweetDeck
  • Avoid Twitter spam with TweetDeck's spam button
  • Powerful filters

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