TweetDeck by Twitter
By Twitter, Inc.
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TweetDeck makes it easier for publishers, marketers and power users to track the real-time conversations they care about. It brings more flexibility and insight to power users through a customizable layout that lets you keep up with the people and topics that matter most to you. And, you can join the conversation by tweeting, sharing photos and links to news stories, and more.
What's New in Version 3.9.889
Enhancements and small bug fixes.
The Best App for Managing Multiple Accounts on a Mac
The native Twitter app is a disaster… eventually starving OSX of resources until it becomes unresponsive and you have to kill it. With TweetDeck I haven’t had an issue. I manage half a dozen accounts on it and have tens of thousands of followers and it just keeps ticking. I especially LOVE the team management built in. That’s a feature you’d typically have to purchase an enterprise social media license for and it’s free on TweetDeck. I wish they’d retire the default app and use TweetDeck instead!
Why is it such a POS?
This is my favorite Twitter app by far, but over the last few months, its quality has degraded to the point that I’ve had to stop using it. It gets into moods where it refuses to list new Mentions or DMs. I have to quit and reload it to get it to recognize them, and today, it still refused to bring up my latest DMs. It also likes to hang up and start repeating tweets, or just freeze altogether. The last straw today was when it dedided to repeat the last few hundred tweets SEVERAL TIMES. Please fix it! I miss it already.
okay, a little slow but at least it doesnt crash like the main app
i never used tweetdeck until twitter updated their base application. this has been okay (albeit sluggesh feeling) since I started but still feels like a webwrapper app and not speedy like native. I have 3 accounts on it, not a ton of traffic but cant imagine how it would perform for my personal account. extra star because the official twitter app turned to garbage.