The famous social blogging giant Twitter just have announced that their popular client "TweetDeck" is going to be stopped permanently on May 7th and it'll not be available anymore on their app stores. Along with it, Twitter's Facebook integration will also be shutdown as well.
The TweetDeck, allows users and followers to get in touch with real-time chats across multiple topics and they can customize their accounts with the a particular layout to suit their personal deeds.
Everybody know that TweetDeck was bought by social networking site Twitter in 2011 for around $40m (£25m). But now company wants to focus on the web based versions of Tweetdeckand. So it will restrict its support on May 7th for TweetDeck AIR, TweetDeck for Android and iPhone.
TweetDeck gave info about this shutdown last month but now they have released an exact date for the removal of each service.
One of The official post on their TweetDeck blog says, "Over the past 18 months, we've been focused on building a fast and feature-rich web application for modern browsers, and a Chrome app, which offers some unique features like notifications."
Twitter also apologises to its Tweetdeck users who still use the different styles of the app but says that Air and the Android/iPhone app rely on v1.0 of Twitter's API, which will be banned at the starting of May so users will be facing its symptoms before 7th May or complete disfunctioning.