Last week we asked you which Twitter desktop client is your favorite Two of the options got the largest number of votes. Which do you think were the most popular answers?
Out of 240 votes in total, 30% use TweetDeck, 6% use MetroTwit, 5% use Twitter for Mac, 2% use Echofon, and about the same number use Destroy Twitter, Janetter and Seesmic, 12% use another Twitter client (and most of those mentioned HootSuite, which is not technically a desktop client and was therefor not included), a full 28% don’t use a desktop client for Twitter, and 13% don’t use Twitter at all.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Seems like Twitter’s own desktop client is leading the pack. Twitter must be doing something right with its client!
Also check out RobertSBoone’s comment from this poll, which was chosen as comment of the week and awarded 150 points!
This week’s poll question is: How Do You Follow the 2012 Olympics?
The 2012 Olympic games have started last week, and it’s the most exciting time for anyone who likes to follow the events. Recent Olympics have seen a steady rise in alternative ways to follow the games. While in the post everyone watched them on TV or listened on the radio, this year more than ever, people are using social media, streaming and apps to follow their favorite sports. What is your favorite way to watch the London 2012 games?
Do you use an app or a website to follow the Olympics? Tell us which. And as usual, tell us of your unique way in case it’s not mentioned as an option.