Ubuntu users are now able install the latest stable release of desktop Twitter application Turpial.
A new stable release of popular Linux Twitter app Turpial has been made available.
Desktop Twitter app Turpial 3 is available for testing on Ubuntu – albeit unofficially.
The Desktop Linux Twitter app Turpial is undergoing something of a regeneration for its upcoming 'Version 3' release.
The latest stable release of Linux Twitter client Turpial is now available to install in Ubuntu. The python application, which also supports the Identi.ca service, has been updated with a small, but welcome, set of new features and improvements. Read on for what's new in the app, and how to get install it in Ubuntu 10.04 through 12.04.
It's been a wee while since we last heard a peep from desktop Twitter application 'Turpial', but a new release with some notable new changes has finally arrived.
Y’know, detractors aside, it has been a wee while since I last (t)wittered on about a Twitter app. So what’s new with Turpial, one of my favourite clients that is both light and feature-filled? I […]
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