Seesmic for Android also received an update today after the Seesmic for BlackBerry app update yesterday.
I did mention yesterday that Android users will soon get an update as the BlackBerry users got one yesterday and today morning when I woke up, I saw a notification on my Nexus One for a Seesmic update available.
Seesmic for Blackberry has received a big update today. This app was first launched in November 2009 along with an Android version, and since then we have seen it improve with every update.
The BlackBerry Twitter app, Seesmic, is now one of the best and probably the only full feature-loaded Twitter client for Blackberry devices.
Seesmic is already one of the hottest Twitter clients that has recently released for Windows. And they made it even bigger by announcing the two mobile apps for Seesmic.
Seesmic is now also available for Android devices and BlackBerry. These two mobile apps are free to download and use.
TweetZ is a Windows 7 gadget which is intended for a casual Twitter user. It provides the right amount of functionality without overwhelming or annoying you while working.
I’m sure you’ve all heard of Gravity, the most popular and by far the best Twitter client available for Nokia S60 phones. Not sure if there will be any Gravity for Maemo or not, but there is already a Twitter client available for Maemo 5.
Mauku is a free Twitter client for Maemo 5 (Nokia N900). It brings two micro-blogging services to your Maemo device.
I think, right now, Adobe AIR is all dominated by Twitter clients, because every new Twitter app or client you download is powered by Adobe AIR.
In between hundreds of Twitter clients, a new client has popped up which is rather addictive and provides one of the most simple, light and easy-to-use interface.
Well, I know this is not the first Twitter client you are hearing of. There are many others like TwitterFox for Firefox, Twhirl for Windows, which is Adobe AIR-based and many others that have been developed for Twitter.
I have another Twitter client called Witty, an open-source app, which uses the Twitter API to bring you the Twitter experience on your desktop.