One of Ubuntu's most popular desktop Twitter applications, Hotot, is now available as a Google Chrome extension.
It feels an absolute age since I last mentioned slick Twitter application Hotot on these pages but today finally saw a feature fix that gave me reason to: Indicator-applet support is now working. "Wait, didn't it already have this?" you ask. Well, yes it did but the emphasis lies very much on the 'did'.
Users of the visually impressive Twitter application 'Hotot' may wish to add the projects' daily-build PPA to automatically gain the latest features and fixes as the app strides towards a stable release.
Support for basic user authentication in many desktop Twitter applications will end at 8AM Pacific time this Tuesday morning, according to Twitter.
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