Echofon announced today they are working on a Windows-only Twitter client, Echofon for Windows. Echofon started out initially with a Firefox addon which was available on all platforms, thank to the browser Mozilla Firefox.
Twitter doesn’t have any official client for Windows, like Twitter for Mac – but Echofon seems to bring that to the Windows platform with more features. Echofon users on Windows had to go through the Firefox extension to tweet, but that won’t be the case anymore, thanks to Echofon for Windows.
There are a number of Twitter clients available that allow you to upload photos directly to TwitPic and other Twitter photo-hosting services, but what if you don’t want to upload using a Twitter client?
Picture Tweeter does that job. It is a separate Android app that provides a very simple interface to upload photos to TwitPic and publish them on your Twitter profile with a tweet.
Ever wanted to know how many pages it would take to print your entire Twitter timeline? The Print Effect does this job pretty well. It checks up your twitter username and gives you an approximate figure of number of pages needed to print Twitter timeline.
Not just pages, it also gives some other interesting stats like litres of ink to be used, ink cartridges, total cost etc.
TweetDeck has just released the first release of TweetDeck for Android in the Android Market and is now available for download for everyone!
We have followed TweetDeck Android’s development from it’s initial release and since then it has gone through a long way of bug fixes, improvements and new features.
TweetDeck updated their Android client – TweetDeck for Android – to beta 8 (v0.9.8) yesterday bringing three widgets and a newÂ Add Column page to the app.
The app is getting closer for the final release with all the basic features needed i nan Android client. Personally, I’m still waiting for the TwitPic support in the app.
TweetDeck has jumped from the beta 6 release of TweetDeck for Android directly to beta 7.
Some new features has been added and the app seems a bit faster to me than before with no lags. I’m still exploring the app for mroe changes and tweaks.
TweetDeck has released TweetDeck for Android Beta 5 just a few minuets ago. This update makes it much more stable and they continue adding more daily-use features which were missing from the client.
You can read the changelog for Android TweetDeck v0.9.5 below:
You can now set individual columns with notifications, led flashing, sound and vibrate (or any combination thereof). You’ll also be able to set the refresh rate per column and delete the column from this page.
TweetDeck for Android Beta 3 is now available for download! The TweetDeck Twitter account just posted the link to the third beta release which brings improvements and a new feature.