TweetCaster HD Beta for Honeycomb Tablets

Let’s face it, if you like to tweet, you want a good Twitter client for your Android smartphone, and there are plenty of options, from TweetDeck to Twitter for Android. But there are very few for Honeycomb (Android 3.0/3.1). Slowly but surely, the Twitter clients for Honeycomb are growing. Hot on the heels of a redesigned Plume and TweetComb comes TweetCaster HD.

TweetCaster just released an HD version of their application for Android 3.0, and it looks great. It follows a similar design as the official Twitter application for the iPad with the “no column” look. As of now, the application is only in beta, but it’s free! Some features of TweetCaster HD include:

  • Timeline Filtering (All Posts, Pictures, Videos, Etc.)
  • Twitlonger
  • Color Code Tweets
  • Remove Tweets that include certain Words

This application is available straight from the Market so go pick it up now by using the box we’ve provided after the jump! So, what’s your favorite Twitter client? Leave your comment below or on our Facebook Wall!



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  1. Jonathan Bruha
    May 26, 17:08 Reply

    You guys need to change the title. It’s available for the Xoom. It can’t be installed through the Market on the ASUS Transformer or Acer Iconia.

  2. Baggy247
    May 26, 17:19 Reply

    I prefer Plume on my Xoom, its really great.

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