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TweetDeck, currently rebranding to X Pro,[1][lower-alpha 1] is a paid proprietary social media dashboard for management of Twitter (currently rebranding to X) accounts. Originally an independent app, TweetDeck was subsequently acquired by Twitter Inc. and integrated into Twitter's interface. It had long ranked as one of the most popular Twitter clients by percentage of tweets posted, alongside the official Twitter web client and the official apps for iPhone and Android.[2][3][4]

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Original author(s)Iain Dodsworth
Developer(s)X Corp. (2023–present)
Twitter Inc. (2011–2023)
TweetDeck Ltd. (2009–2011)
Initial releaseJuly 4, 2008; 15 years ago (2008-07-04)
Stable release
July 4, 2023; 4 months ago (2023-07-04) (v2, paywalled)
TypeTwitter client

Like other Twitter applications, it interfaces with the Twitter API to allow users to send and receive tweets and view profiles.[5] On July 4, 2023, Twitter's Support account advised that in 30 days, users must be verified (and subscribed to Premium) to access TweetDeck.[6] TweetDeck was made unavailable to non-verified users by August 17, 2023.[7]

It can be used as a web app. Until 2015 it could also be used as a Chrome app and until 2022 it could also be used as a macOS app. Users are now redirected to the web app.[8]

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