A new version of Cawbird, the GTK Twitter client for Linux desktops, is available. The uoatde adds support for image alt descriptions in tweets plus more.
I’ve been listening to 2010 era pop punk all day so when I saw an update from Choqok in my RSS reader I legitimately had to double check the date. But after years (and I […]
The Cawbird Twitter client for Linux has a new release out. No major new features are added, but there a couple of notable improvements to check out.
Cawbird is a GTK Twitter app for Linux desktops like Ubuntu that is based on open source code from Corebird, an app no longer actively maintained.
Earlier this month I claimed that the nifty Material Shell GNOME Extension would (probably) be the coolest thing you see this month. Well, I was wrong. THIS is the coolest thing you’ll see this month. […]
The first in a series of post where I share interesting Linux-y anecdotes, trivia, and tweets from the past week on Twitter, the microblogging platform.
If you like to tweet a lot, but don’t like the distraction of other people’s tweets, tirades and trivia, read on. I discovered a marvellous little app called Tweet Tray. Tweet Tray is a desktop Twitter app […]
A new version of Linux Twitter app Corebird has been released with improved user autocomplete, image-only tweets, links in profile bios, and more.
I came across a new Electron Twitter client today called Chirp — and I sort of had to write about it. See, I’ve written of my love for Twitter Lite, the social networking site’s new mobile experience before, and recommended […]
Twitter Lite, the social networking service’s new web-based mobile app, works fantastically on the desktop. If you use Google Chrome on Linux, and you happen to be a big Twitter user, here’s a neat little tip. […]
A new version of desktop Linux Twitter app Corebird is available to download. The update brings several key bug fixes, and various minor improvements.