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TweetDeck To Launch Web Based Twitter Client

tweetdecklogoIf you are a fan of Twitter and TweetDeck, then you will love this: TweetDeck has just announced that they will be launching a web based client for Twitter called TweetDeck Web that will have all of the features found on the Adobe AIR based program and more. TweetDeck Web will be based on HTML 5 and is supposed to work on all major web browsers.

TweetDeck had last year released the TweetDeck Chrome application that turned out to be very popular download on Google Web Store. TweetDeck Chrome had fantastic features such as drag-and-drop columns, integrated inbox and replies and even a Foursquare column showing your friends' check-ins.

TweetDeck says that TweetDeck Web is built on the same core as Chrome TweetDeck, with the same UI and broadly the same product features, but it is a standalone web site and is therefore not limited to any one web browser. “As a guide, we are particularly targeting Chrome, Firefox 3.6, Firefox 4 and Safari, with support for Opera and Internet Explorer 9 being added soon”, writes TweetDeck.

The service is currently in limited beta. If you are interested in getting into the beta program, signup on this page.

[via ReadWriteWeb]


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