TweetDeck, the popular social media client for iPhone, Mac and PC officially launched its Android app yesterday.
It comes with what the company calls a "completely reworked UI for managing your social media empire", giving users the ability to post to multiple social networking sites from one place.
Toby Padilla, head of mobile at TweetDeck, posted on the company blog: "We've tried to innovate as much as possible to deliver a smooth, clean experience while offering more power than any other social mobile client”.
The Android client will allow users to view and post updates to their Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare and Google Buzz accounts – all from the same interface.
"Updates from all services are viewable in blended Home and Me columns so you can easily keep up-to-date without a lot of jumping around," Padilla wrote.
He added that future version of the app will bring features such as landscape orientation, deeper Facebook integration and better support for multiple user accounts.
The current version, TweetDeck 1.0, automatically syncs users’ social networking profiles automatically and features all the conventional features such as reply, re-tweet, add location, add photo, etc.
The app is free to download right now from the Android Market.