Anatine describes itself as a 'pristine Twitter app for Linux', but is it anything more than a wrapper around the mobile website?
We've shown you how to install the ace Corebird Twitter app on Ubuntu — now we'll show you how to use it like a pro.
Whether you're an avid Twitterer or a big pump.io social groups user, the latest release of Qt microblogging client Choqok is a must have.
In just a few short years native Twitter clients for the Linux desktop have become an endangered species.
Ubuntu users are now able install the latest stable release of desktop Twitter application Turpial.
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.
Tweet, tweet: a new update to the popular multi-column desktop Twitter app 'Polly' has been released to the wild.
Corebird is a new Twitter app with an interface reminiscent of Twitter's official app for OS X.
Since we last took a look at desktop Twitter app Birdie in March it has come on in leaps and bounds.
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...
My favourite Twitter app for Ubuntu has been updated to support Ubuntu 12.10. Polly is a multi-account supporting and multi-column toting desktop app for Twitter. It sports a healthy set of features whilst also having a relatively light footprint on system resources. Although a stable release of Polly has yet to be made, although the 'development' build is, in my opinion, robust enough for daily use.