Looking at TweetDeck anew

One of the software programs that really kick-started wide use of Twitter in its early days was TweetDeck, first released in 2008. Acclaimed in particular by early adopters, TweetDeck quickly became the third-party app of choice for power users of Twitter because of its ability to let you do far more with Twitter than you could on the website. Developed to work on Adobe AIR, it ran on different platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux, it just worked. There was a version for mobile devices and one for iPads. Broadly, TweetDeck in its various guises was regarded as superior to other third-party Twitter apps. It enabled you to manage your status updates to Facebook as well. In short, if you were a […]

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