TweetDark updated 0.9.9

| September 17, 2010 | Reply

Tweetdeck has been updated and I have made the changes to reflect the exact beta build number out :) Reminder that this is just a theme based on the great application “Tweetdeck” and must be noted that it will replace the original with this theme – you can always revery back buy downloading the original Tweetdeck – thanks goes to the guys of Tweetdeck for seeing this as an optional way of people using their great software which will help more people adapt to it…

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Changelog from Tweetdeck:

Android TweetDeck Beta has been updated to v0.9.9 and can be downloaded from http://www.tweetdeck.com/go/android.

As we are now very close to seeing a v1.0 release of TweetDeck appearing in the Android Market, we are focussing on fixing the remaining bugs to ensure that our full debut is as solid as we can make it. Hence, this release is mainly bug fixes, although we have squeezed a few new features in too :)

Changed in this release:

  • Fixes for Facebook feeds
  • Fixes for issues where notifications do not display
  • Fixes for various crashes
  • Fixes for problem with missing tweets
  • Fixes for problems with operation & display of widgets
  • Performance fixes
  • Improved handling of Facebook “Likes”
  • Media behind t.co URLs now shown in preview
  • Can now retweet & reply across multiple services
  • Now showing Lists you follow on Add Column screen
  • Hardware Search button launches Add Twitter Search column screen

As always, if you’re having difficulties with this release, ¬†please try fully uninstalling the app and reinstall. If you are still having problems, please check out our forums here http://support.tweetdeck.com/categories/2025-android

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