TweetDeck is an interesting Twitter client for Adobe AIR. I don't really have a definite verdict about this application. I guess you can like it or not. There's not middle point here. TweetDeck installs on the Adobe AIR framework, which means that you can use it on any operative system that supports Adobe AIR. Now, what TweetDeck does is allow you to view your twitter updates on columns on your screen. The whole point of this is that you can view more updates than you could usually do if you used the website. You can have as many columns as your screen can house. And you can create groups of updates so that you can follow specific groups of people or specific genres. TweetDeck has the ability of updating your tweets in real-time. So, you don't have to go to the website for even more updates. Now, I can't possibly pay attention to so many updates. And I don't really need all of those open on my computer at all times. I would rather go to the website. But that is just me. I can understand if people totally love this application. It works great and operates hand in hand with Twitter. It looks good, too.
- Good looks.
- Lots of tweets that you can follow on a full screen