TechCrunch TweetDeck users will get all the features of the normal version of TweetDeck (Twitter, Facebook, 12seconds, etc, integration), with the added bonus of the TechCrunch Column, as an option. This column features tweets from TechCrunch’s writing staff. It’s seriously riveting stuff. Why just last night, our own Robin Wauters tweeted out, “Cleaning up disks, creating backups etc. Necessary evil.”
Seriously though, we do occasionally share interesting stuff. And if news is breaking, there’s a good chance you’ll get it from one of us first. And you’ll be getting a version of TweetDeck with the handsome TechCrunch logo all over it. What’s not to love? Get it now.
TweetDeck is available for Mac, Windows and Linux, it just requires Adobe AIR. The company, which secured angel funding in January, has been working on getting more services integrated into its client. Last week, it launched an iPhone app that has been gaining popularity quickly.