TweetCaster (Twitter application for Android) comes out of Beta. Get it free with a tweet!

I have wonderful news for Twitter users who love to try out new mobile Twitter apps (so many out there!). Handmark has finally released TweetCaster for Android-powered smartphones and you can get it free simply by sending a Twitter tweet! What do you have to tweet about? Find out by reading on.

TweetCaster (Twitter application for Android) comes out of Beta. Get it free with a tweet!

TweetCaster - Twitter app for Android

Screenshots are licensed under Creative Commons, courtesy of Picasa user Justin.

What is TweetCaster?

It is a mobile Twitter application that was first developed by Handmark for BlackBerry users. Now Handmark has released a similar version for users of Android smartphones such as DROID and Nexus One. By the way, you can read comments about TweetCaster Beta from my previous post.

It seems that Handmark has released two versions for users of Android-powered smartphones; one is free (supported by ads) and the other one is of course free from ads (TweetCaster Pro) but you will have to pay $4.99 to get it (available at Android Market).

TweetCaster Hands-on video review

Take note that the following TweetCaster hands-on video review was done on a Nexus One smartphone and the version shown in the video is the old TweetCaster Beta.

How to get TweetCaster for free?

If you don’t mind ads on your mobile app, here’s what you have to do to get the free version; visit Handmark, do a little Twitter promotion and you should see the download link soon after (make sure that you have logged into your Twitter account before proceeding).

If you do not have a Twitter account, you can just download the free version from Handmark Store (registration required). ;)
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