Seesmic App Gets UI Update, Integrates Chatter Functionality

If you haven’t tried out Seesmic for Android, you’re definitely missing out. It’s a great social networking client for Android, with a lot of great features, and it just got better. Seesmic has updated their Android app, giving it a brand new UI and some integration with Seesmic’s Chatter application. Users can now read their Chatter feeds, view contacts, profiles, and groups. They can comment, post updates, as well as cross-post updates to and from Twitter back to a Chatter account. The new UI includes a “common actions button”, making it easier to do things you frequently do with the app, like compose a status update or refresh the feed.

Seesmic has also made it easier to stay in touch with your friends. They’ve added an auto complete feature for your friends’ user names on Twitter. You can also view all photos you attach, including their size. With the new Seesmic app, you can now see full, threaded conversations between you and your friends. More languages are also available with this new upgrade. You can now use Seesmic in Spanish, German, Korean, Japanese, Polish, and French.

It looks like Seesmic has covered all the bases with this one, so we encourage you to download the new version of Seesmic and try it out for yourself. You can download the app by searching “Seesmic” in the Android Market, or scanning the QR code below. Have you already tried the new Seesmic? What do you think about it?

Source TechCrunch

About author

Justin Marden
Justin Marden 488 posts

I've been an Android fanboy since day one, but I've never had a chance to truly express my voice and be a part of the Android Community. When AndroidGuys starting accepting applications for interns, I saw my opportunity. I joined the AndroidGuys team and haven't looked back!

You might also like

News and Rumors

Kindle Fire HD (7-inch) now available

Consider this a friendly reminder that the new Amazon tablet, the Kindle Fire HD, is now available.  Priced at $199, the 7-inch tablet features a 1280×800 HD display, 1.2 Ghz dual-core

News and Rumors

OMGPOP outlines upcoming Draw Something features

OMGPOP, the developers behind the incredibly popular Draw Something, recently sent out an email detailing some of the app’s future features.  We recently learned that the ability to save images

News and Rumors

Samsung expands HomeSync compatibility to other Android devices

Samsung on Tuesday announced that it will now allow other branded devices to connect and sync with its HomeSync storage. Previously limited to Samsung’s own devices, the 1TB storage device

Leave a Reply