Can’t actually manage separate accounts 1/5
Claims to allow you to manage multiple Twitter accounts, but the only option is to *link* an account, with your primary account as an “admin” of the other account. That is not the same thing. I only installed TweetDeck because the Twitter app stopped working. That was very sad, because it was great.
Now Crashing Constantly 1/5
I’ve used Tweetdeck for years with no problem on a Mac. High Sierra upgrade broke it, and it now crashes many times each day. Very inconvenient when using multiple accounts and timelines. Please fix this! Have written to both Apple Support and Twitter/Tweetdeck with no reply. It’s very annoying!
It works good but I like my other one better 1/5
It works good but the one I had before it quit working was better. I don't like the three column thing, I just like to go tot he column I want it saves screen space. Oh well, probably other users like it. The app is always stalled. Just couldn’t leave good ebough alone huh!
Crashing all the time 1/5
By Arthur Novello
The App crashes at least 2 times each hour.
Crashes Multiple Times a Day 1/5
This app has never stayed up and running. Installed on a Macbook Pro running High Sierra. App crashes multiple times a day - primarily when I start or open either Safari or Chrome.
It’s too bad because when the app is running, is a decent look at all the Twitter accounts wa manage.
No support response from TweetDeck, but that’s not suprising - Twitter support (even for advertisers paying them money) is non-existant.
Crashing all the time 2/5
App keeps crashing all the time. on brand new MacBook.
Crashes constantly 1/5
I was forced to move from Twitter app because Twitter removed it from the App Store and disabled it altogether. I chose TweetDeck because it is free, now I see why. It crashes several times a day loosing your spot in the time line. It also takes up much more of your screen than the Twitter app did. It does have more features, but none that I use.
Garbage can 1/5
Twitter, either breathe life back into this dying App or pull it from the app store! I've been forced to download the clone Tweeten which is excellent but not Tweetdeck. Also Tweeten is 128MB where Tweetdeck was lighter at under 50MB.
good but crashes often 3/5
Downloaded after the old twitter app went away. Nice app, decent features and layout. Can’t complain since it’s free. The only gripe is that I’ve had it for three days and it’s crashed close to 10 times. When it crashes it gives you the option to reopen right away, so I just click yes and it’s right back. Somewhat disappointed at the crash rate, but hey… it’s free and you get what you pay for.
Should be considered Abandonware. Neither Twitter nor Apple seem to care that this thing crashes constantly. And by constantly I mean *all the time, without exception.*
Look elsewhere for your Twitter needs.
Crashes like once an hour 1/5
I’ve never seen a Mac program crash as much as Tweetdeck. Liked the old Twitter program (abandoned by Twitter) better, at least it didn’t crash 20 times a day.
Abandoned. R.I.P. 4/5
Once the best, TweetDeck was bought from a private developer and then killed by Twitter.
This should be removed from the App Store.
Crashes macbook air 1/5
Just downloaded this once Twitter App was taken offline. This crashes every 10 mins on my macbook air running latest OS.
Crashes multiple times daily. I’ve been composing posts and it crashing during.
Constantly crashes 2/5
By The Smarmy Bum
Probably about 8-10 days unecpectadley Tweetdeck crashes for no apparent reason.
Funtional but constantly crashing by itself. 2/5
Every now and then the app force quit in the background. Really quite annoying when the offical client is being taken down.
crashes often 2/5
By JJ Langr
As others are reporting, TweetDeck now crashes fairly often--perhaps a dozen times during an 8 or so hour workday. This has been over the past couple months or so, so I'm presuming it's related to High Sierra. I've tried reinstalling it, and even took the time to re-install MacOS.
Crashes constantly since High Sierra install 2/5
Title is self explanatory. And there is no real support for this app. Their twitter account hasn’t had any activity for two months.
What happened here? 2/5
This app WAS wonderful.
Seems to be worsening daily.
It's a crashing pile of at this point.
Click a link? Na, that wont work. The app will crash instead.
Actually get a link to open, read said article, then make a single click back in TweetDeck and the app crashes.
Application hijacks my keyboard audio controls and doesn’t relase them until I quit the app. (Play/Pause/FWD/RVS)
Any plans to, I don’t know, fix it?
Completely Unusable; Needs Patching 1/5
This app is completely unusable with High Sierra. It wasn’t always the most stable app, but now it crashes constantly. Patch this mess, Twitter.
Just Absolute Trash 1/5
By Jonk Plonk
Absolutely painful to use compared to the older version. Annoying, frustrating, ridiculous. App has constantly and consistently gone downhill since being sold to Twitter. Latest update has caused me to stop using Twitter.
High Sierra patch needed 1/5
Tweetdeck has become completely unstable on High Sierra. Twitter should have patched this month ago. What is taking so long? We all know you aren’t busy rooting out Russian bots and trolls, so what exactly are you doing with all your time, Twitter?
Completely Unstable 1/5
Forced to use this app (or twitter mainline) to participate in Group DMs. This app is completely unstable on 10.13 and is getting worse by the day. I’d estimate it crashes at least 10x per day for me.
Constantly crashes 2/5
I keep trying to love this app because it has some nice features but it constantly crashes. I don’t know what has happened in the past month but I bet the app crashes 10 or more times a day. It is virtually unusable at this point.
Unstable in OS X 10.13 3/5
I used to LOVE TweetDeck, but since updating to OS X 10.13 with the latest version of Safari (11.02) it has become unstable and unusable. About 90% of the time, when I have TweetDeck open, and then go to a web page in Safari, TweetDeck crashes. It most commonly happens when I go to FaceBook, but it happens on other sites as well. I don’t know if it’s some kind of content conflict, or an issue with TweetDeck moving to a background task, but it happens so frequently now that I’m looking for alternatives, which is a shame because TweetDeck has been my go-to Twitter client for years and I’m very comfortable with it and have it set up exactly the way I want.
Completely unusable now 1/5
By Steve Dave Guy
I used to love Tweetdeck but the most recent upgrade to High Sierra seems to have broken the app. It constantly crashes. There are times when I can’t keep the app open for 2 minutes without it crashing. There’s zero support up to this point and it’s incredibly frustrating. Please get it together.
TweetDeck keeps crashing on HighSierra…Please fix.
crashes every 5 minutes 1/5
client is unstable and crashes eveyr 5 minutes
Fine, unless you get a notification 1/5
As soon as you get a notification, the app crashes.
Like it ...but Crashes all the time 3/5
I really like Tweetdeck, but it literally crashes every 10 minutes or so. I will continue to report the crash and reopen, but I have yet to see a software update or improvement that fixes whatever is going on, and that would be great at this point.
keeps crashing. No customer support 1/5
Running Sierra on my iMac and every day,a couple times a day, Tweetdeck crashes and quits and I get a window that says Tweetdeck has quit with the option to reopen . Restarting computer doesn’t help. Re-installing doesn’t help. Sometimes I have to sign back in when it restarts. I’ve reported it on their own Twitter and Facebook. No comments from the developer. No fixes. Nothing fixed for almost 3 years now since the last update. Twitter support on Twitter is just a robot. They don’t answer their own tweets. NO way to contact twitter directly.
Constantly Crashing 1/5
By Hollywood Slinky
Ever since High Sierra came out, this crashes on a Mac about once every hour.
Good but buggy! 4/5
This was the best app for twitter. But I have an issue and I don’t know where to report it.
Everytime that I close a tab in Safari, TweetDeck crashes!
Crashes all the time 1/5
Now Tweetdeck crashes all the time. Everytime a Safari browser tab with video gets closed Tweetdeck expodes. Same for when I close a Quicktime video, Tweetdeck explodes. This app needs to be fixed. Desperately.
Before it started crashing all the time, Tweetdeck was the best Twitter app EVER! It needs to be fixed to regain that status.
TweetDeck CRASHES in High Sierra 10.13.2 1/5
Hi all. Has anyone experience this?
Ever since I move to a brand new iMac 5K with High Sierra macOS X 10.13.2, after launching a while in full screen, TweetDeck will unexpectedly QUIT. Try re-launch a few times same issue, redownload and re-install same issue.
I think we need a new version to fix this? Thanks all.
Crashy McCrashface 1/5
Since updating to MacOS 10.13.2, Tweetdeck crashes ~10 times a day.
Been using this app for years, no problemo! Now with either the recent update from Apple or the App, it crashes all the time!! Ugh. May have to look for another app if this isn’t addressed soon!
It continues to be very buggy. I find myself shutting it down and restarting it several times a day. It’s not bad from a UI point of view—way better than the standard twitter app—but the bugs have gotten completely out of hand. Twitter (the company) certainly has the resources to build high-quality code if they want to. It’s shameful that the company is releasing code that’s this poor quality. Speaking as a programmer, I find that rather offensive.
By Edgar BELTRAN
i have download chrome to use on some stuff my computer and i have notuce that with chrome it doesn’t crash at all.. but with safari it deosnt crash.. i dont know what is the issues with safari.. but if you are having the same deal and dont moind the browner then do what am i doing.. i hope they can fix this with an update
To echo some other recent reviews .. current version crashes constantly ..
My Config: iMac 5K .. High Sierra 10.13.2 .. 32Gb RAM.
When it’s working … I like it a lot .. but that hasn’t been the case lately.
By Eric Aitala
I've used Tweetdeck for years.. It was one of the best apps for Twitter. It has recently started crashing on High Sierra. Its getting really annoying...
The current version is crashing constantly, and has trouble playing videos.
Annoying Bug 3/5
I like this app and I want to use it over the native twitter app. However, it recently stopped opening links. It just opens a blank page. Then I have to go through the trouble of copying and pasting links. No thank you.
I love this app but i hate this version 1/5
I love this app, but i hate this version because crashes again and again and again on high sierra 10.13.2.
This app needs update and fix. We hope we will see this soon.
Sadlly, TweetDeck appears to have been abandoned. 1/5
This used to be a great app. Now it hangs, doesn’t update changes without a restart (i.e. scheduled Tweets) and is generally buggy. Note the last update of the app was July 2015. It’s clear Twitter has sadly abandonded this app after aquiring it. Nice way to tarnish your brand, Twitter, Inc.
PLEASE do an overhaul and bring back the app we used to know and love! 1/5
I miss how tweet deck used to be with the customization and the smoothness of operation!!! It’s just horrible now and it used to be my favorite app on the PLANET!! Now, it wouldn’t let me reply to DMs!!
Can’t add additional accounts? 1/5
Cool that you can add people to teams (I guess?) but forgot to keep in the ability to add another account, essentially the whole point here. C’mon now.
Can’t manage a second account 3/5
Please add functionality to allow to manage a second account as in the mobile tweeter app.
Love it, except that videos restart 4/5
Favorite mobile and desktop twitter app.
But when I click a tweet with embedded video, the video restarts, after 30-45 seconds of playback. I have to click around with the slider to find where I was. It’s maddening and seems to happen 100% of the time. Please fix!
This is a really great app. 5/5
I was not much of a Twitter person until I discovered how much the education community uses it. So, I began using it a lot, but I did not fully grasp the greatness of Twitter until I used Tweetdeck.
This app is easily the most used app on my computer now because it makes Twitter use so much easier and enjoyable.