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Seesmic

Seesmic

Seesmic for Android allows you to manage multiple Twitter accounts in a simple and attractive interface. It also enables users to manage their Chatter, Facebook, Google Buzz, and Salesforce accounts.

Seesmic in action Seesmic in action

Features:

  • Simple but powerful interface
  • Multiple Twitter accounts support
  • Cross-posting
  • Lists
  • Retweets (two styles: RT and Via)
  • URL Shortening:
    • Bit.ly
    • J.mp
    • Tinyurl
    • Goo.gl
  • Twitlonger integration for longer tweets
  • Conversation thread view for public conversations
  • Integration of Google Buzz with full inline preview of links and photos
  • Integration of Salesforce Chatter, the enterprise social network so you can communicate with your company and exchange information from other networks like Twitter back inside you enterprise
  • Shortcuts: add shortcuts to accounts, the composer, searches, lists, Facebook pages, chatter groups,... directly on your phone home screens
  • Trending Topics
  • Preview pictures in timelines and detail view
  • Composer shortcut
  • Geotagging
  • Background updates
  • Can use the following photo services:
    • Plixi
    • yFrog
    • Twitpic
    • MobyPicture
  • Can use the following video services:
    • yFrog
    • Twitvid
    • YouTube
  • Widget
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Developer:
Links:
Reviews:
seesmic.com/seesmic-social/mobile
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Seesmic
Blog, Facebook, Twitter
AndroidTapp, PC Advisor
Verdict:

Whilst Seesmic is not particularly strong as a Facebook client, it is a consistent performer when it comes to Twitter.

7/10

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Last Updated Thursday, September 26 2013 @ 12:53 PM EDT


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