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TweetDeck For Android Beta Now Live, Come And Get It!

We leaked an early build of the TweetDeck for Android app yesterday, but now it seems the real deal is available to TweetDeck users. To obtain the beta, you must have a TweetDeck account (or create one), sign up here. The instructions for downloading and installing TweetDeck for Android, below (You still need to be signed up for the Beta Preview for the app to work):

Hi there!

Thank you for your interest in Android TweetDeck.

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Samsung Handing Out Free Galaxy S Phones To Disgruntled iPhone 4 Users On Twittter?

Are you still death gripping your phone into oblivion, wishing that your signal would maintain long enough to make just one call? Don’t worry we hear you, and apparently, so do the folks over at Samsung!

There have been a few tweets flying around Samsung’s UK twitter page lately, handing out free Galaxy S phones to five lucky British individuals. Before you all rush to Twitter and start sending tweets out to Samsung though, you should probably know that all may not be how it seems.

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The Best 5 Twitter Apps For Android

With so many Twitter clients available for Android, it’s hard to decide which one best suits you. Although I don’t think that there’s a ‘best’ Twitter app on Android, because different applications excel in different areas, I’ve selected five of, what I believe to be, the best clients available right now. Each app is available on the Market for free, with some offering ‘Pro’ versions too.

 

Touiteur (Free, Pro Version Available for €1,99)

If you manage to spell it correctly when searching in the Market (which I failed to do several times), Touiteur is well worth taking a look at.

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UPDATE: Confirmed, The Leaked Froyo Build Is Just A Test Build

Updated 05/25/2010, 6:06PM CST: An anonymous tipster from inside Google let us know that this is actually a release candidate and not a test build. The distinction is important, because a release candidate may end up being the final release unless bugs are found that require attention.
Updated 05/25/2010, 4:50PM CST: Our contributor Nate Kimmey pointed me to this update by Google employee Ry Guy on the Nexus One support forums:

Hi all,

Thanks for the responses!

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We're Live Tweeting The Google I/O Day 2 Where Froyo Was Just Announced!! Follow The Latest Keynote And Other Announcements On Twitter At @AndroidPolice

This is a quick reminder - AndroidPolice is attending Google I/O and live tweeting all major announcements, such as the newly announced Froyo!

Follow us at @AndroidPolice for the latest up-to-the-minute updates.

P.S. We're using the #io2010 hash tag.

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We're Live Tweeting Google I/O - Follow The Latest Keynote And Other Announcements On Twitter At @AndroidPolice

This is a quick reminder - AndroidPolice is attending Google I/O and live tweeting all major announcements.

Follow us at @AndroidPolice for the latest up-to-the-minute updates.

P.S. We're using the #io2010 and #googleio hash tags.

We're Live Tweeting Google I/O - Follow The Latest Keynote And Other Announcements On Twitter At @AndroidPolice

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Contest: Win A Starcraft 2 Beta Key For Designing AndroidPolice.com’s Twitter Page – Calling All Designers

The Contest

The second official Android Police contest is here!

We have grown fast in the 7 weeks of existence, and it's time for our twitter page, @AndroidPolice, to have a decent design.

Update: And the winner is: eugene from http://xedner.deviantart.com/ who sent in not one by two awesome designs, one of which we are now using.

Here they are: Flashing police lights and Inspired by yellow police tapes.

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[Updated With Our Review] Twitter Releases Official Android App, Kicks All Other Twitter App Devs Where It Hurts

It was rumored for a long time that Twitter would be releasing an app for Android. Well the wait has ended as Twitter’s official app was finally released a few minutes ago and is available on the Android market right now for free.

While this is great news at first, there is a catch - it is only for Android 2.1 and above. Anyone with 2.0 or lower will have to stick with their current Twitter app and wait till 2.1 hits their phones (I'm looking at you, Hero users).

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Twitter Confirms Official Twitter App Coming To Android

After last week's acquisition of Tweetie by Twitter itself, we've been kind of expecting this, and now it's official: Twitter is going to have an official Android application.

@ev, Evan Williams, Twitter's CEO made the announcement today at the company's first ever developer conference, called Chirp. He didn't specify whether the official app would be a ported version of Tweetie or a brand new application, or whether Tweetie developers would be involved in its development.

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