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The best Windows Twitter clients: from TweetDeck to tweetc

With more than 190 million users, and less than half of those using Twitter.com to post updates, the installed Twitter client market is massive. There are literally hundreds of Twitter clients spanning every desktop and mobile platform, and even a few cross-platform Web apps thrown into the mix. Even if you narrow down the search to just one platform -- Windows -- there's still a dizzying...

Seesmic for Android beefs up Facebook support, adds widgets and TwitLonger

Seesmic has updated its Android app with much-improved Facebook support. Users can now add multiple Facebook accounts, and post, comment, and like items on walls and Facebook pages they administer. Homescreen widgets have also been added, and all Seesmic's social networks are supported -- Facebook, Twitter, Google Buzz, and Salesforce Chatter. Support for Google's goo.gl URL shortener has been...

Seesmic 1.5 for Android gets prettier, adds beta support for Salesforce Chatter

Seesmic for Android has received an update today which bumps the app to version 1.5. The social networking client has added beta support for Salesforce's Chatter service, which you can now use from Seesmic alongside Twitter and Google Buzz. The Salesforce Chatter integration lets you read your Chatter feed, comment, view groups, profiles (and you can call, email or see a person's address with one...

Seesmic Web gets huge update: Facebook, FourSquare, LinkedIn, desktop notifications arrive

Seesmic Web is one of my go-to web apps, and I've been waiting patiently for the development team to add support for networks other than Twitter and Google Buzz. Today, there's been a refresh and a handful of new services have arrived -- including Facebook. Foursquare, and LinkedIn. There's also added support for desktop notifications in Google Chrome, which you can see in my screenshot....

Twitter Tuesday - Twitter bans third-party ads, plans to tax developers

Holy schnikies, there's a lot going on this week! Twitter is really ticking off developers with some new advertising policies, but it's moving forward with new features, too. Meanwhile, on the app front, we finally saw the debut of Twitter for iPhone (formerly Tweetie). I don't like it one bit, and I'll tell you why after the jump. Let's go! First up, ads. In preparation for the launch of...

Twitter Tuesday - Chirp Changed Everything edition

Well, the Chirp conference is over, and the Twitter world will never be the same! See what's changed, plus new apps and fresh Twitter news, in this week's Twitter Tuesday. Here we go! Been wanting a Twitter username that someone else is just squatting on? Tired of checking back to see that nobody's posted from that account in a year? Rumor has it that Twitter is about to release a whole...

Twitter Tuesday - this week's Twitter news, apps and more

Welcome to the first Twitter Tuesday of March! There's plenty to talk about this week, including the big news that Twitter is finally ready to slip a little advertising into your stream. If you've been wondering when the Big T was going to start chasing a profit, you're about to get an answer. We'll talk about that, plus new apps, Twitter tools and rumors in this edition of Twitter Tuesday. ...

Seesmic's Android App now supports multiple Twitter accounts

Seesmic is one of the most popular twitter clients for Google Android (there are also Seesmic apps for BlackBerry, Windows, Adobe AIR for Mac and Linux, and a web client). You can use the Android client to keep track of your Twitter timeline, replies, direct messages, and profile. And of course you can send updates. You can even include links and photos taken with your Android phone's camera. ...

Seesmic acquires social network cross-posting service Ping.fm

Looks like Seesmic is still trying to position itself as the Twitter client that does it all. Loic LeMeur and Co.'s most recent move -buying Ping.fm - will enable Seesmic users to cross-post status updates to 50 different social networks at once. Ping.fm has half a million registered users who post hundreds of thousands of updates a day via the service. Ping.fm will be fully integrated into...

Seesmic Mobile arrives for Android and Blackberry

Seesmic have released their 'Seesmic Mobile' Twitter client for Android and Blackberry on their respective application stores. Available for download free of charge, the clients are slick, feature packed and refreshingly free of advertisements. The Android client (pictured above) has a great design that utilises a standard tab-based user interface with a red accent, providing virtually every...

Seesmic launches native Windows Twitter client

Seesmic sure picked a weird time to announce a new Windows-native Twitter client. It's one of the most popular clients running on Adobe's cross-platform AIR platform, which just hit version 2.0. AIR was everyone's biggest complaint about Seesmic, so it makes sense that they'd want to ditch AIR on at least one OS. Creating a native app also allows for drag-and-drop Twitter list management and...

New Seesmic beta is the first Twitter client to support lists

Seesmic might not be the best Twitter client, but it is the first to support the new lists feature. Users who sign up to Seesmic's mailing list can get access to the latest beta version of the Adobe AIR-based desktop client, including lists. List support is not complete yet: you can view your own lists and add people to them, but you can't see which lists have added you. It looks like you can...

Seesmic Desktop 0.6 adds Facebook Page integration, still bloated

Seesmic, a cross-platform social networking client that connects with Twitter and Facebook, just released a new version, 0.6, that adds the ability to read, manage, like and comment on Facebook Pages. It's nice that Seesmic keeps adding more features, but it's already a bit of a bloated memory hog, and I hope it trims down a bit before it hits version 1.0. It gobbled up nearly 200mb of ram on my...

Does Seesmic's new browser client look familiar?

Seesmic's got a new browser-based client out, to go with their desktop client for Twitter and Facebook. Before you even consider the features of Seesmic Web, though, you might notice something quite familiar about the interface: there's a single-column mode that looks a heck of a lot like Gmail. Timeline, replies and direct messages are in a sidebar, like Gmail's folders, and the text of the...

Seesmic Desktop packs TweetDeck's features with a smaller footprint

Seesmic's Thwirl may not be as popular as it was a year ago, but it's still one of the most popular desktop Twitter apps around. They've lost a lot of ground to TweetDeck - which they no doubt hope to claw back with the release of the all-new Seesmic Desktop. Yes, it's also an Adobe Air app. Unlike the relatively inobtrusive Thwirl, however, Desktop offers a customizable, multi-paned display...