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Hootsuite Hoot! An In-Depth Look At Online Twitter Client - HootSuite Hoot! An In-Depth Look At Online Twitter Client - HootSuite Read More is an online Twitter client and social networking tool that can be great for managing your Twitter accounts. It has a lot of solid features 4 New Features of HootSuite That Will Make Your Head Turn 4 New Features of HootSuite That Will Make Your Head Turn Read More like built in geo-search and Google Analytics, and it can be used as a filter How To Use HootSuite To Filter Your Twitter Feeds & Gain More Insight How To Use HootSuite To Filter Your Twitter Feeds & Gain More Insight Read More for your Twitter feed.

Hootsuite’s mobile applications are just as good, offering message scheduling, notifications, real-time search, built-in link shortening and more. Until recently, however, these mobile apps weren’t free, not for everyone at least.

What’s The News With Hootsuite Mobile?

As of noon PST on October 13th, the full version of Hootsuite for iPhone and Hootsuite for Android are now free to download. Before, you would have to download the ‘Lite’ version of the apps if you didn’t want to pay anything, as the full, paid version offered more features at a premium price.

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Now, with your free iPhone and Android apps, you will be able to view Ow.ly clickthrough stats for your links, manage more than 3 social networks and enjoy all the benefits of the full version of Hootsuite mobile.

Hootsuite also states that they will add even more features–like advanced stats–to Hootsuite Pro accounts in the near future:

“Our goal is to give Pro Hootsuite users a mobile client that offers them advanced features, while still allowing free users to enjoy a high-quality free version of out app.”

Hootsuite also has a BlackBerry client and an iPad app in the works. Both of those will be free as well.

Do you use Hootsuite to manage your Twitter accounts? Will you be using Hootsuite’s mobile apps?

  1. timmyjohnboy
    November 7, 2010 at 4:59 am

    To answer your questions, yes and yes. These people are totally cool and Hootsuites where it's at. I'm hoping for Facebook options in the Android app. I can wish, can't I?

    • Steve Campbell
      November 7, 2010 at 5:07 am

      Definitely! I'm betting that wish will be granted, too.

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