Twitter Will Stop TweetDeck for iPhone and Android
Mar 05, 2013 11:49
Twitter is going to shut down Tweetdeck apps to focus on the product's web based version instead according to an announcement. It's Facebook integration will also be removed.
TweetDeck AIR, TweetDeck for iPhone and TweetDeck for Android will be removed from their respective app stores in May, and stop working soon after, according to a TweetDeck blog post.
"To continue to offer a great product that addresses your unique needs, we’re going to focus our development efforts on our modern, web-based versions of TweetDeck," the post says.
"In many ways, doubling down on the TweetDeck web experience and discontinuing our app support is a reflection of where our TweetDeck power-users are going," the post reads before later adding: "And for those of you who are inconvenienced by this shift, our sincere apologies."
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