This is something that I have been waiting for ever since TweetDeck said that they were coming to Android. This should be the best social app release for Android. You will be able to combine Buzz, Twitter and Facebook (and maybe Foursquare)! The TweetDeck Blog has announced that they are nearing completion of their TweetDeck Android client, and that a public beta will be available this week.
I have tried every twitter app available on the market. This one will make me drop the one I am using. They have been working on this one for a long time and you know what they say: “Good things come to those who wait”.
This is from the Tweetdeck blog:
To get straight to the point, we’re nearing completion of Android TweetDeck and we’ve really been pushing the limits of what Android can do. Hence we will be opening up a public beta testing period this week for some serious device testing. But before all that happens I wanted to briefly explain what Android TweetDeck means to us because it’s more than just TweetDeck on Android.
First off, we’ve built Android TweetDeck from the ground up to be true multi-stream, laser focused on showing you all your friends’ cross-service activity in one app. Multi-column is still the order of the day but now columns are blended based on the type of activity rather than the service. And all this whilst retaining the most powerful functionality from each included service.
We’ve spent an inordinate amount of time making the app silky smooth from the column scrolling to the custom views – so much so that one of Google’s Android Developer Advocates recently described it as “a thing of beauty“. So look out for the beta test later this week and please do get involved.
Interestingly Android TweetDeck also represents the future of our iPhone and iPad applications. We’ll have a few bug fix releases shortly (awaiting approval in the app store) but in the background we are working on porting Android to iPhone in as quick a time as possible. Finally, it won’t be long before most of the new concepts in Android TweetDeck make it to the desktop and web – we’re also working on this now.