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Seesmic, a client for reading status updates across Twitter, Facebook and other services, just launched an update to its Android app that supports multiple accounts.

It also remembers your position in the timeline, so you don’t have to miss incoming tweets. There are a couple other little fixes like auto-correct for spelling errors and the ability to change your Twitter password from inside the app.

Because the San Francisco-based company has held off launching an iPhone app, Android is one of its more prominent stages for demonstrating its mobile technology. (The other is Blackberry. Seesmic also recently launched a touchscreen version of its client aimed at mainstream audiences last month.)

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