The company previously had purchased UberMedia web in January 2011, is now certainly have purchased web, as their latest acquisition. As known, the web is more widely used among the users desktop.
TechCrunch, reported UberMedia TweetDeck reportedly acquired at a price of approximately USD25 to USD30 million.
The company was originally named TweetUp (April 2010), then had changed its name to postup. Then, in January 2010, changed again into UberMedia when purchasing web.
In addition to the desktop, right now, TweetDeck has had an application for the iPhone and iPad, their plan would also bring it on Android applications. But outside of these platforms, of course, other smart phone users can not enjoy the web from their handsets. Thus, this web application is a better alternative.
By creating a web application, web will be able to support Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, Symbian and the handset WebOS. Strategies mobile Web applications also have other benefits, including improved battery life and overall performance.Battery Life, BlackBerry, Complement, Desktop, Handsets, iPhone, News, Platforms, Smart Phone Users, Software, Symbian, Twitter, ubertwitter, Web Presence, Windows Mobile