Seesmic for Android Gets Prettier, More Competitive


Seesmic for Android has just been updated – and what bad timing considering anything and everything is being overshadowed by the official Nexus S and Gingerbread announcements – but you should take a look at version 1.5. It’s been a while since we’ve seen Seesmic get a real overhaul, but today’s update makes the UI a lot more refined. Stuff has been moved out of the menu button and onto your screen, tabs are aplenty, and the red is as beautiful a read one has every seen.


More of the functional updates add the ability to change your Twitter avatar from within the application (finally!), more languages, username autocompletion, and improved attachment uploading. Seesmic was surpassed by big names such as TweetDeck and even the official Twitter application, but they’ve given me more than enough reason to check it out once more. Head on over to the Android market to get your fix. [via AC]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I’m sticking with Twidroyd since NO ONE else likes to include Live-Previews in thier application. Until then, Twidroyd is #1 followed by Tweetdeck (due to FB integration)

  2. i like the new UI, but it sucks that you still cant manage your lists! so unfortunately i still need two twitter clients on my phone. i dont know why they’re not putting this feature in, the API is there, just do it!

  3. loving the update…fixes all my minor complaints about seesmic

  4. like me some Seesmic on the desktop – but sticking with TweetDeck due to the FB integration.

  5. @MS, twicca has built-in live preview as well ;)

  6. Better, but the top buttons/bar still take up far too much screen space.

    Touiteur is still easily the best Twitter client for Android IMO.

  7. “and the red is as beautiful a read one has every seen.” Just… agh!

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