Twitter is one of the top 10 Social Networking Sites in India. If you’re an avid Twitter user and you don’t want to visit your Twitter.com page from time to time to find out what’s new about your Twitter friends then you must opt for Twitter Desktop Applications that basically allow you to receive and post Tweets from your desktop.
TweetDeck is the most favorite Twitter client all over the world. I personally love this Twitter Client a lot. TweetDeck helps people to manage their Twitter, Facebook and other accounts. It is a strong competitor other Twitter clients out there.
Until a few days ago however, TweetDeck had the capability of sending tweets of 140 characters. But that all changed with the implementation of Deck.ly. If you are not a TweetDdeck user, check these tools to escape the 140 character limit in messages.
What Is Deck.ly?
Deck.ly will allows users to send messages of any length, whether it contains an embedded image, video, or much more. Deck.ly attaches a truncated link to the end of your long tweets that takes you to a special webpage to view the rest of the message. Users who have TweetDeck will be able to read the messages in full directly from the app, while everyone else will have to click through the link to see the rest of your tweet.
TweetDeck’s Desktop, Chrome, and Android apps all support posting Deck.ly updates, as well as those you receive from other TweetDeck users. Deck.ly isn’t available on the iPhone or iPad yet because TweetDeck is starting over by building brand new apps for both platforms.
Watch out this Video to see Deck.ly in Action:
What do you love this new addition to TweetDeck? Will you be using it? Let us know.