Cawbird is a GTK Twitter app for Linux desktops like Ubuntu that is based on open source code from Corebird, an app no longer actively maintained.
A roundup of recent Linux releases, including Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS, an update to Linux twitter client Corebird, and some distinctly unfishy fixes for a network monitoring must-have.
It's been another busy week in the world of Linux, but we're here to bring you up to speed with a round-up of the most notable new releases.
A new version of Linux Twitter app Corebird has been released with improved user autocomplete, image-only tweets, links in profile bios, and more.
A modest update to Linux twitter app Corebird is now available. It includes some minor interface tweaks and improves image uploading.
We list 7 great apps that you can install as Flatpak apps on Ubuntu by using the Flathub repository, which is almost like the official Flatpak app store.
Avid user of Linux Twitter client Corebird? Well, you may want to know that a new release is available to download. But before you get too excited about finding new features I should point at […]
Tweet, tweet: Corebird, a popular GTK Twitter client for Linux, is now available to install as a Snap app. At the time of writing this is not the latest Corebird 1.5, released last week, but the older […]
An update to desktop Linux Twitter app Corebird is available for download, and features an improved set-up wizard, a quick-pick photo palette, and more.
A new version of desktop Linux Twitter app Corebird is available to download. The update brings several key bug fixes, and various minor improvements.
A bug fix release of Corebird Twitter client is now available to download, and features improved support for Twitter's new longer tweets.
An updated version of the open-source desktop Twitter client Corebird is available for download.