9 Best Twitter Clients for Linux That You Will Love to Use

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9 Responses

  1. jmarcellopereira says:

    How to send message by command line in Franz?

  2. toño says:

    And what about Anatine,the best of ALL https://github.com/sindresorhus/anatine

  3. Zahari Yurukov says:

    I currently use TwittVim and have used Twittering mode for Emacs in the past. Best if you have thousands of tweets in your timeline daily, and you want to read them all.

  4. xadyn says:

    Nocturn is a pretty lightweight twitter client too. for older hardware (f.e. netbooks) a nice alternative

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