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TweetDeck Usefulness

Recently, I pondered the purpose of TweetDeck. Afterall, both Twitter and Facebook have official Android apps. After getting my own Android phone, I have started using Twitter and Facebook once again. I downloaded the two official apps and TweetDeck to give them a try. After using them for a while, I have found some reasons for using TweetDeck.

1. Twitter and Facebook apps are multi-megabytes in size. On a memory limited phone, you can save a lot of space by using a single TweetDeck app, which is smaller than each of the official apps.

2. The official Twitter app require that I log in each time. What a waste of time? TweetDeck alleviates that headache.

What's your reason for using TweetDeck? Please share your thought with us.

Chieh Cheng
Thu, 02 Dec 2010 03:57:34 +0000

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