Jun 23, 2016

Ubuntu, Linux Mint, ElementaryOS twitter client

Twitter is a social networking service that can be used to connect with people of a like mind. For those that depend upon the service as a means to either stay connected. Now, for Linux users we can solid twitter clients that do the task, after few years falling behind Windows and Mac for this client-based tools.
Here List of Twitter clients for Linux

1. Corebird
Corebird is a modern and easy Twitter client for the Linux desktop

Corebird can be installed via distribution's package manager, ex: Synaptic package manager on Ubuntu 16.04. this could be work on Linux Mint too.
- Open your Synaptic package manager adn search "Corebird".
- Once Corebird package found, right click and choose "Mark for Installation".
- Apply changes. done!
for latest corebird check their Github page Here.
it could be different version from package manager. when i write this post, newest corebird is Version 1.2.2 (2016-05-19). on Synaptic package manager vesion 1.1.1

2. Birdie
Birdie is a beautiful & fast Twitter client designed for elementary OS.
Birdie support 3rd Party Integration: built-in viewers for Instagram, YouTube, imgur and Vine.

The easier way Add Elementary OS Daily PPA to get the latest Birdie (but not recommended) cause, unstable updates being installed.
Download Birdie for elementary OS 32/64 bit , and see their PPA Here

3. Tweetdeck
TweetDeck gives the Twitter experience more flexibility by letting you view multiple timelines in one easy interface. It includes a host of features to help advanced users get the most of Twitter: manage multiple Twitter accounts, schedule Tweets for posting in the future, build Tweet collections, and more.
Simply sign in with your personal Twitter account at tweetdeck.twitter.com to get started.



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