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Oysttyer
Oysttyer
an interactive console text-based command-line Twitter client written in Perl. It is a simple fork and replacement of TTYtter…
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Qutebrowser
Qutebrowser
A keyboard-focused browser with a minimal GUI. It’s based on Python and PyQt5 and free software, licensed under the GPL. It was inspired by other browsers…
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KNewsTicker
KNewsTicker
A kicker applet for KDE3 and TDE (Trinity) desktops. The application can displays news on a desktop or…
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Sleipnir
Sleipnir
A web browser that supports two rendering engines Trident and Webkit and supports technologies such as CSS 3 and HTML 5, the Webkit engine is enabled…
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The Bat!
The Bat!
A secure desktop email client for Windows, built to protect your correspondence against third-parties.
The Bat! protects your information through multiple…
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Netrik
Netrik
An advanced and simplistic text-mode WWW browser, similar to w3m or Lynx, focusing on a convenient user interface. Netrik is Free Software published…
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Becky!
Becky!
An e-mail client developed since 1996. It runs on most of the Windows platform from Windows95 to the latest Windows10. (except Windows Mobile (CE))…
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Puffin
Puffin
A freeware, fast mobile browser which is equipped with the next generation rendering engine, pushing loading speeds to new highs. Once users experience the thrilling…
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Lunascape
Lunascape
Free web browser that has been downloaded a total of more than 20 million times by users in 196 different countries. This cutting-edge, highly customizable web browser…
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Turpial
Turpial
A light, fast and beautiful microblogging client written in Python which supports 3 different interfaces: Shell, Gtk and Qt. Turpial is an alternative client for microblogging…
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iCab
iCab
An alternative web browser for the Apple Mac with numerous useful features not found in other browsers. In the past, the application was equipped with its own rendering engine for…
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