The TweetDeck team has just announced in a blog post that it has brought TweetDeck to the Web with a browser-based version that requires “no downloads, no App Stores and is not limited to any one brand of web browser.”
TweetDeck has already launched ChromeDeck which has been in use for the past few months.
In a statement issued to launch the web-based version of TweetDeck, Richard Barley stated that:
Since its launch in December last year, Chrome TweetDeck has consistently been the most popular app in the Google Web Store. We are delighted to see that almost 400,000 users are now enjoying the super-slick new interface, and great new features like combined columns, enhanced Facebook integration and the flexibility that running in a web browser brings.
The statement further said that :
So today we are very pleased to announce that we are opening up a limited beta of TweetDeck Web. This new service is built on the same core as Chrome TweetDeck, with the same UI and broadly the same product features (the main difference being that TweetDeck Web does not use Twitter streaming). TweetDeck Web, however, is a standalone web site and requires no downloads, no App Stores and is not limited to any one brand of web browser.