TweetDeck for Android is Now History Along with Facebook Links

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  • 05 Mar 2013
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  • Twitter has become one of the mos widely spread social and news services around the globe with millions of fans using it every day. Most Twitter accessing these days is done through the means of the mobile devices, as the social service allows for a clean and fast experience, even on feature-phones.

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    Twitter for Android, the official app, has been updated freqvently to reach a highly usable level, unlike some other social service provider apps. On the Play Store just searching for Twitter you will find perhaps one of the largest numbers of alternatives available, some of them one of the most popular apps yet. As for the official client, it also offers an alternative, available for the mobile and desktop platform.

    TweetDeck is the alternative supported by the developer and it offers a bunch of features besides the regular app. TweetDeck is, or at least was available for Android, and you can get it on your PC or even as a Chrome extension. The developer has now announced that will discontinue support for the Android version of TweetDeck, and also it will no longer be available for download. The app will be part of the official Twitter Client now and will also no longer include Facebook linking and integration. The official comment sounds like so:

    “They will be removed from their respective app stores in early May and will stop functioning shortly thereafter. We’ll also discontinue support for our Facebook integration.”

     

     

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