Hootsuite Acquires Swift App

Days after launching its Android application, Hootsuite is announcing that they have acquired developer Swift App. This doesn’t come as a total surprise as Swift App was the company behind the development of Hootsuite’s recent twitter client for Android. Observant Android users who had previous experience with Swift app noticed striking similarities between the two apps.  As part of the acquisition, Sebastian Delmont, will join the HootSuite team as a mobile adviser. 

HootSuite for Android lets users manage multiple Twitter profiles, perform realtime search, and track keywords. Further, it’s possible to drill down on click-through stats for your tweets right from the handset. Down the road, Hootsuite plans to integrate Facebook and other tools to help businesses and teams manage their social networking segments.

About author

Scott Webster
Scott Webster 6577 posts

Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

You might also like

News and Rumors

Om Nom returns to Android in Cut the Rope 2

After spending the last few months as an iOS exclusive, the popular ZeptoLab character Om Nom returns in Cut the Rope 2. By popular we mean over 500 million downloads

News and Rumors

Rebranded Shoebox announced with new lock screen feature

There are already tons of photo to cloud backup solutions for you to choose from, but one of the most popular is getting rebranded. Shoebox (formerly MyShoebox) has a new

News and Rumors

Cellular South Announces Milestone Coming Soon

After teasing us with promises of a game changer and a coyly written tweet, Cellular South has officially announced that the Milestone will soon be available to customers.  The Motorola


  1. Marcus
    March 12, 16:38 Reply

    Great shame – swift app is a great twitter client that presumably will get no more development under that guise. Hootsuite's interface is painful to use. Twicca will probably get my custom sooner than I thought (once htc pull their finger out and push the 2.1 update out :)

  2. doel
    July 14, 16:35 Reply

    nice post. i like it :p

Leave a Reply