TweetDeck, one of the most popular applications for Twitter, has launched its update to the iPhone.
The latest version, TweetDeck 2.0, brings new designs, iOS4 compatibility, support for the movement, touch navigation and full customization for the column.
In full customization features for columns, users can have the columns that display search results from Twitter, direct message from certain accounts and news feeds from Facebook, as well.
TweetDeck 2.0 also provides the ability to see the full conversation in detail, tweet, add the feed as a column with a single touch, and send a long tweet through the support Deck.ly.
TweetDeck 2.0 applications already available in the iTunes App Store. So from now on to the iPhone web users could begin to replace the application with TweetDeck 2.0
Labels: TechNo Lounge
Still remember delivering newspapers in the Atari game called Paperboy? Now the classic game comes to the iPhone and App Store are already available.
Paperboy Game is free to download and use on the iPhone.
Just like the original version of the game, users will play a character Griffer to deliver newspapers, damaging the house that are not subject to newspaper delivery, and avoid the enemies along the road.
There is also a Story Mode, Classic Mode that allows users to play at the level of easy-to-medium-hard, and support for Game Centre