releasing it into the Android Market.Although TweetDeck is saying it's "been a crazy couple months," the wait is finally over and today the company is taking TweetDeck for Android out of beta and
TweetDeck for Android will handle more than Twitter, bringing the ability to post and receive updates from Facebook, Buzz and Foursquare as well.
According to the company's blog post, the app has been reworked from the ground up, and iPhone and iPad users can expect new apps modeled from the Android app in the near future.
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. 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. We've also strived to take what has made TweetDeck a great Twitter client and provide that level of support to the other services.
Just yesterday, the company shared a couple of infographics to demonstrate just what they were up against in developing the Android app. If you don't feel like clicking, the long and short of it is a fragmented Android ecosystem, both in OS and device, that makes it difficult to read in a pie chart.
If you've been waiting for TweetDeck for Android to arrive, take a look at the intro video below and give it a download by searching for "TweetDeck" in the Android Market on your phone.