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.
Linux Twitter app Corebird has a new release. We preview its new features, like profile muting, and show you how to install it on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
Anatine describes itself as a 'pristine Twitter app for Linux', but is it anything more than a wrapper around the mobile website?
The new Twitter mobile design is now available to Ubuntu Phone users — but not through the official Canonical web app. Here's how you get it.
It might be the crisp autumnal air and darkening nights, or it might not. Either way a stack of popular Linux software has received new updates and releases over the past week or two.
Corebird is a new Twitter app with an interface reminiscent of Twitter's official app for OS X.