Tweetdeck for Mac brings 90+ fixes and updates

Twitter has released Tweetdeck for Mac 2.3.1 which brings "90+ fixes and updates" to the popular Mac Twitter client. Some of these changes include a performance upgrade for displaying multiple high-velocity columns, the ability to embed a tweet from the tweet itself (great for bloggers), a new search box with Typeahead and People Search, and the ability to reduce the app window to 2 columns.

I'll admit to never really being a big fan of Tweetdeck, but I'm going to give it another try. It seems like a great, free alternative to Tweetbot for Mac, the Twitter app that I currently use on my Mac.

What do you think of the new changes made to Tweetdeck for Mac? What are some of your favorite features of Tweetdeck for Mac?

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Leanna Lofte

Former app and photography editor at iMore, Leanna has since moved on to other endeavors. Mother, wife, mathamagician, even though she no longer writes for iMore you can still follow her on Twitter @llofte.

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Tweetdeck for Mac brings 90+ fixes and updates


What I think of TweetDeck is that they need to update their iOS app. It hasn't been updated since October 31, 2011! Still my favorite client by far, but it is in desperate need of an update as it is not the most stable of apps.

Does this still 'stay' at the top of your twitter feed?

Like if I stop at a tweet, and new ones come in, my experience has been TweetDeck will keep showing the most recent tweets. I don't like that.