TweetDeck 1.5.2 released

TweetDeck 1.5.2 is now available for download.What’s new in this new TweetDeck release?

columns are arranged in one continuous horizontal row
scroll several columns at a time
now easier to arrange your columns with new Columns button
menu icon on every Tweet gives you instant access to “Create link”, “Block”

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TweetDeck 1.3.0 released

TweetDeck 1.3.0 is now available for download. what’s new in this version?

create, edit and delete lists directly in the app.
dedicated Lists button on the toolbar.
all user profiles have an “Add or Remove from lists” menu item.
added two columns to TweetDeck.
new Interactions column, available under the Add Column button.
new column type called Activity.
inline media previews.
small preview of images and videos.
replaced “Quote” with “Edit & RT,” .

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Twitter’s new TweetDeck

what’s new in this new TweetDeck?

No Air installation,now like a standard Windows application.
fresh and new look.
orange and black logo is replaced by a blue Twitter bird.
Every tweet now starts with a boldface name.
All links are Twitter blue inside each tweet.
a larger blue tweet button, which launches a tweet input pop-up window.
defaults to Twitter’s URL shortener and Twitter’s photo services.
new search box

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Twitter Acquires TweetDeck

TweetDeck is now part of twitter. TweetDeck is a third-party developer that designed tools for the incredibly important audience of Twitter power-users, founded in 2008 by London-based programmerIain Dodsworth.
From twitter blog
“TweetDeck provides brands, publishers, marketers and others with a powerful platform to track all the real-time conversations they care about.”

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