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Hootsuite Twitter App Goes to Android, iPhone App Updated

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I’ve encountered Hootsuite a long time ago when I was reviewing Twitter apps for iPhone. I like it  a lot then that I even purchase the paid version. After the review I totally forgot about this app but it still resides in my iPhone, until now.  Hootsuite is announcing its latest project – Hootsuite for Android phones. In addition, its iPhone app now supports full Facebook integration.

In case you haven’t heard about Hootsuite or you haven’t use it before, well it’s just your usual mobile Twitter client that supports multiple accounts plus some added features such as message scheduling, statistics and now Facebook integration and landscape view feature.

For its Android version, Hootsuite lets you manage multiple Twitter accounts also. It also lets you create streams for #tags and searches, schedule messages, add followers to lists and accounts, share photos and shorten URLs of posted links and  now background notifications for incoming  messages on your Android phone’s homescreen.

Hootsuite for Android is available in both free and paid options.  The paid version adds features such as unlimited accounts, on-board, click-through statistics tracking while the free version only allows you to have three Twitter accounts.

You can get the app by searching for it on the Android market or scan the QR barcode below.

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  1. [...] iDevice (instead of their computer). Later on HootSuite launched a free lite version as well as an Android app, and the rest is now [...]

    By Tweetageddon The Sequel: HootSuite iPhone App Missing? | The Blog Herald on April 28, 2010 2:08 pm

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