Top Twitter Desktop Clients

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Below some of the best Twitter desktop clients.This collection is  pretty good . clients for Twitter – all of them use the Adobe AIR platform and can therefore run on Mac and Windows. Take a look and feel free to comment on them.

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1-TweetDeck

TweetDeck is your personal browser for staying in touch with what’s happening now, connecting you with your contacts across Twitter, Facebook and more.

TweetDeck shows you everything you want to see at once, so you can stay organised and up to date.

TweetDeck

2-Seesmic Desktop

Seesmic Desktop is a cross-platform desktop Twitter client developed in Adobe AIR.

seesmic desktop

3-Twhirl

twhirl is a social software desktop client, based on the Adobe AIR

Download and install the latest twhirl release


4-TweetR

Send files to your friends, but just dragging any file on to Tweetr. Tweetr will automatically upload your file and when it is done will provide a short url to send to your friends

5-Spaz

Open source software using a New BSD-style license

Spaz 0.4.3.6 with unread count badge by funkatron.

Download Spaz

6-DestroyTweeter

Consists of a series of canvases that constantly update to keep tweets current and up-to-date using notifications that appear immediately after a new tweet arrives. DestroyTwitter also features complete direct messaging functionality.

destroytweeter

7-Yahoo Sideline

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Sideline is an Adobe® AIR™ desktop application built with the Yahoo! User Interface Library (YUI). It allows users to create and group custom queries by topics of interest.

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Shankar Saikia
10 years ago

Great list of #Twitter_Tools. Once I got used to Tweetdeck, especially after I created my own groups, I did not want to switch to another client.

Andrew B
10 years ago

PeopleBrowsr http://www.peoplebrowsr.com/ should be on such a list

Susan Hardwicke
Susan Hardwicke
10 years ago

I have a MacBook and the seesmic app overloaded my computer after only 3 days.

craighuff
craighuff
10 years ago

I just wish users of TweetDeck had more control over its appearance. It feels very clunky to me and takes up a lot of space on my desktop. For example, you can't even control its fonts or font sizes. I would even love to change the windows, columns in its terminology, to suit my needs. For example, have them split horizontically thus taking up less space.

As I've said before, I almost need a third monitor just to run it. That is more or less why I prefer Twhirl or DestroyTwitter – the detachable windows.

Guillaume
10 years ago

I agree with Andrew, PeopleBrowsr should be in such a list as it is improving quickly and catching up with Seesmic Desktop and Tweetdeck. Wait for the iPhone app, and they will be around the plave, things that Tweetdeck and Seesmid Desktop have not done yet.

Guillaume
10 years ago

I agree with Andrew, PeopleBrowsr should be in such a list as it is improving quickly and catching up with Seesmic Desktop and Tweetdeck. Wait for the iPhone app, and they will be around the plave, things that Tweetdeck and Seesmid Desktop have not done yet.

Cleothild
10 years ago

i love to Twitter my day to day activities to my friends and followers. Twitter is much better than blogging because it is direct to the point and does not require you to type so many unnecessary words.

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