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.
Anyone booting into the new-fangled Ubuntu 13.04 desktop later this month will notice something missing; Gwibber does not come pre-installed on Ubuntu any longer. Why not? We find out...
As an avid Tweeter I was pretty pleased to learn of a new desktop twitter app in development - Birdie. But what's it like? We find out...
Canonical software engineer Robert Bruce Park confirms plans to cancel the Twitter 'core app' for Ubuntu Touch.
When it comes to Twitter applications for Linux it's fair to say that we are spoilt for choice. There's Ubuntu's default app Gwibber; the webkit loving Hotot; Choqok or Qwit if KDE is your sort of thing; the unstable but awesome Polly... The list goes on. So does gFeedline, a relatively new Twitter app for Linux, bring anything new to the table?
A new toolbar providing quick access to main features is one of the changes in the latest release of Qt Twitter app Choqok.
Chirp, chirp: The very capable KDE twitter application Choqok is available for download. Sporting a redesigned interface and a nest full of minor fixes, it's worth upgrading.