There was a time when I didn’t know about scheduled tweets, keyword tracking on Twitter (useful for market research or just to learn more about topics), and tweeting on a desktop. When I look back to it, I can hardly imagine why I didn’t explore the realm of desktop Twitter apps much sooner! One of my favorites so far has been TweetDeck.
TweetDeck is an Adobe AIR app, which means it is available for both Windows operating systems and Mac OS X. At the moment, there are also variants available for the iPhone, Android OS, and Chrome integration. TweetDeck shows your Twitter information by displaying them in columns. By default, these columns consist of recent Friends’Tweets, Mentions, Direct Messages, and Worldwide Trends. If you’ve ever used HootSuite, you might be somewhat familiar with TweetDeck’s layout.
Last updated on 02 February, 2022
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