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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

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TweetDeck iOS version 2
Twitter is reportedly mulling the idea of acquiring TweetDeck, but that hasn't stopped TweetDeck from overhauling its iPhone app.
TweetDeck for iPhone 2.0 is available now in the App Store as a brand-new app, not just an update to the existing one. As a result, TweetDeck encouraged users to uninstall the current iOS app and download iPhone TweetDeck v2.
The company said TweetDeck engineers "distilled the essence of what made it so popular into a series of guiding principles. They then embarked on creating a brand new app from scratch, making use of all the latest technologies and design approaches, but all the while with an eye on those fundamental principles from the original."
What's new? First up is a totally new design that mirrors themes and elements TweetDeck incorporated into its Android and Chrome apps. It also now supports iOS 4, so it can take advantage of the platform's retina display and multi-tasking.
The usual columns remain, but TweetDeck also added the option to customize the feeds that appear in your columns. "So if you want to see DMs from one account, blended with your Facebook news feed, plus a couple of Twitter Lists, then you can do. Fancy blending a Twitter search, with your Mentions and Favourites? No problemo!" TweetDeck said.
To alter the column settings, just pinch the column in question to add feeds, reposition, or delete. To jump to the top, tap the status bar; to refresh, pull it down.
There is also built-in support for deck.ly for long posts; it can be turned off in the settings menu. Users can also explore Twitter feeds by swiping; a tweet detail view lets you read an entire conversation.
Standard Twitter features remain, like re-tweets and replies, while a new compose window allows you to add photos, geo-tag, shorten URLs, and autocomplete names.
TweetDeck said a version for the iPad is in the works.
Earlier this month, the Wall Street Journal reported that Twitter was in "advanced talks" to acquire TweetDeck for around $50 million. That came about a month after Twitter placed a moratorium on third-party apps. Twitter updated its iOS app last month, too, though it later had to delete the "quickbar" feature after users complained.

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