Seesmic Mobile update to Android, Windows Phone 7


Seesmic is a San Francisco based startup company that develops social networking clients for sites like Twitter and Facebook that run on the web, mobile devices, and the desktop. It started as a video blogging website, its original aim was to make video uploading from webcams easier to promote online video conversations. Seesmic made its debut at the Demo tech conference where it was called the “Twitter of video”.in 2009, Seesmic’s founder, announced that the video portion of the site had stagnated as it struggled to attract new users. He refocused the site, changing the objective from creating a new video social networking site to creating a suite of tools that would instead aggregate content from other social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.

Seesmic have made some major enhancements to Seesmic for Android, Seesmic for Windows Phone 7, and even launched some pretty awesome plugins for Seesmic Desktop. With Seesmic, you can configure multiple spaces according to your needs. Add spaces for multiple Twitter or Facebook accounts, Searches, Trending Topics, Lists and more. Seesmic for Windows Phone also boasts a directory of trendsetters to follow, so you can stay up to date anywhere and everywhere.

Seesmic is available on iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile 7. Focusing on the Windows phone 7 version as an emerging new mobile operating system that currently works on top of the line of most accomplished manufactured and soon to be released with Nokia’s mobile phones, You will find the following enhancements in the Seesmic for Windows Phone 7 release, which is live and available via the Market Place.

* Improved user experience with the context menus.
* Saleforce Chatter with improved the UI to make navigation more intuitive.
* Tweets read outloud to you.
* Trend integration to let you check out “What The Trend”.
* SMS Integration to Send a tweet via SMS.
* Hyperlinks makes you choose how you would like to open hyperlinks, either in-app browser or Internet Explorer.
* Spring cleaning by getting rid of a few pesky issues in Facebook timelines and complications with Twitter logins.

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