Microblog Clients

bti
bti
bti provides an easy way to send tweet messages directly from the command line or a script. It reads the message on standard input and uses the account and password settings…
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Choqok
Choqok
Choqok ( pronounced: tʃœˈʁʊk ) – a Free/Open Source micro-blogging client for K Desktop Environment. The name comes from an ancient…
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Corebird
Corebird
A modern and native Gtk+ Twitter client for the Linux desktop. It features inline image and video preview, creation of lists and favorites, filtering of…
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Hotot
Hotot
A Python and WebKit based open source, lightweight, flexible microblogging client supporting Twitter and Identi.ca at this point of…
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Gwibber
Gwibber
An open source microblogging framework and desktop client for GNOME developed with Python and GTK+. The Gwibber backend is a stand-alone daemon that manages…
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Rainbow Stream
Rainbow Stream
Rainbow Stream – a terminal based Twitter Client with real-time tweetstream, compose, search, favorite, and much more fun directly from terminal…
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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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Pino
Pino
A simple and fast Linux client for Twitter and Identi.ca written in Vala. It uses GTK2 and perfectly integrates into Gnome and XFCE desktops. The goal of the project…
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Qataki
Qataki
A command line (CLI) gs.sdf.org/StatusNet/Twitter client. It’s a shell script that you can use to read/post notices from the command line in a simple…
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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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Twidge
Twidge
A tool for interacting with microblogging sites such as Twitter and StatusNet. Twidge is a full command-line client. It is designed to be useful when you’re sitting at a shell…
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