If you're a community manager, you definitely what TweetDeck is all about, a Twitter client that's an alternative to the official app of this social network and that can also be used for other services. It comes along with more functions and options, turning it into one of the best tools to manage an account.
But, there's some bad news and that's that the Android and iPhone apps have been dropped from the official mobile stores. Therefore, if you want to try it out, you'll have to access the web version to use it from Chrome or Firefox, or resort to the Windows PC or Mac versions.
Client for several social networks at once
By downloading the APK of this application, you can access from your smartphone all the timelines of your Twitter, Facebook or Foursquare accounts, and even what was called back then Google Buzz.
This app used to organize all the contents and updates into columns depending on the social network they belonged to, such as messages, likes, mentions and other parameters. It also obviously allowed you to publish posts and it was quite customizable when it came to customizing notifications and columns.
It would be an excellent social network client for Android, if it were to work.
- Easy to configure and customize.
- Allows you to publish multimedia contents.
- Great information organization.
- Multi-account support.
OK, so what about alternatives to TweetDeck as it no longer works? You've probably been thinking about them for a while so here are our three options: Hootsuite, Carbon, and Talon for Twitter.