DeskTube – An Adobe AIR YouTube Application: Reply To Tweets While Watching Videos

Ever wished you had an application that searches YouTube for videos, almost instantaneously, lets you easily upload videos to YouTube and also post comments on videos? Here is a fantastic tool called DeskTube that does the job for you.

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DeskTube is a free desktop application that provides a excellent user experience for searching and listing YouTube videos and providing instant access to all of YouTube videos. It allows you to log into your YouTube account and check out your personal playlists and subscriptions. Once you’ve logged in, you can post comments to videos and even upload videos to your account as easy as ever before!

You can search YouTube for Top Rated, Top Favorites, Most Viewed, Most Recent, Most Discussed, Recently Featured or enter your own search string.

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Apart from all the YouTube specific features, it also provides Twitter and Facebook support. You can view your Twitter stream and your replies, along with posting updates and replying to tweets.

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The Facebook services offers close to the same experience allowing you to view your home news feed and post status updates as well. You can post status updates on Faebook while you are watching a YouTube video.

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Download and enjoy!

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  1. […] Ever wished you had an application that searches YouTube for videos, almost instantaneously, lets you easily upload videos to YouTube and also post comments on videos? Here is a fantastic tool called DeskTube that does the job for you. DeskTube is a free desktop application that provides a excellent user experience for searching and listing YouTube videos and providing instant access to all of YouTube videos. Continued here: DeskTube – An Adobe AIR YouTube Application: Reply To Tweets While Watching Video […]

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