May 2nd, 2009 | by Pete Cashmore
Aside from the Twitter.com website, the desktop app TweetDeck is the undisputed king of Twitter apps, with 14.51% of users posting this way according to TwitStat. That compares to 24.54% on Twitter itself.
The only posting method to come even close to TweetDeck’s lead among third-party clients is the iPhone app (and now Mac desktop app) Tweetie, which 8.80% of Twitter() users utilize. And yet, on features at least, TweetDeck() now has a rival on its tail: Seesmic Desktop(), which only 2.16% of users choose to post with, is iterating faster and may have taken the lead on some key features.
Read article: TweetDeck Has a Fierce Rival in Seesmic Desktop