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There are many twitter clients available to choose from in the Fedora repositories. Some of the more mature clients available are:

Corebird

http://corebird.baedert.org/ corebird

Corebird is a GNOME twitter client that provides support for almost all twitter features, including lists, favourites, direct messages and of course tweeting. It also has support for the optional GNOME dark theme.

There are many twitter clients available to choose from in the Fedora repositories. Some of the more mature clients available are:

Corebird

http://corebird.baedert.org/ corebird

Corebird Corebird is a GNOME twitter client that provides support for almost all twitter features, including lists, favourites, direct messages and of course tweeting. It also has support for the optional GNOME dark theme.

You can find corebird in GNOME software, or install from the command line with:

sudo yum install corebird

corebird

There are many twitter clients available to choose from in the Fedora repositories. Some of the more mature clients available are:

Corebird

Corebird is a fairly new GNOME twitter client that provides support for almost all twitter features, including lists, favourites, direct messages and of course tweeting. It also has support for the optional GNOME dark theme.theme. However, like corebird features a lot of newer GNOME technologies, so it only works on Fedora 20 or newer.

You can find corebird in GNOME software, or install from the command line with:

sudo yum install corebird

corebird


Birdie

Birdie is another relative newcomer to the Linux twitter client foray, but it is still in active development and has an impressive feature list. However, like corebird, birdie features a lot of newer GNOME technologies, so it only works on Fedora 20 or newer.

Birdie is not in the official fedora repos (yet), but the upstream project produces RPMs especially for Fedora, and even have a repo set up to distribute them.

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There are many twitter clients available to choose from in the Fedora repositories. Some of the more mature clients available are:

Corebird

Corebird is a fairly new GNOME twitter client that provides support for almost all twitter features, including lists, favourites, direct messages and of course tweeting. It also has support for the optional GNOME dark theme. However, like corebird features a lot of newer GNOME technologies, so it only works on Fedora 20 or newer.

You can find corebird in GNOME software, or install from the command line with:

sudo yum install corebird

corebird


Birdie

Birdie is another relative newcomer to the Linux twitter client foray, but it is still in active development and has an impressive feature list. However, like corebird, birdie features a lot of newer GNOME technologies, so it only works on Fedora 20 or newer.

Birdie is not in the official fedora repos (yet), but the upstream project produces RPMs especially for Fedora, and even have a repo set up to distribute them.

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Hotot

Hotot has been around for a few years now, however, the author has just announced (Feb 2014) that he is no longer working on maintaining the application. That said Hotot also has a wide range of features, most notably, a multi-column display (Corebird and Birdie do not). Hotot is also not a native GNOME or KDE application, it basically implements most of its behaviour in a web browser widget, so the interface can be a bit strange at times.

Hotot is still available in the Fedora repos, you can install with gnome-software, or from the command line with:

sudo yum install hotot-gtk

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There are many twitter clients available to choose from in the Fedora repositories. Some of the more mature clients available are:

Corebird

Corebird is a fairly new GNOME twitter client that provides support for almost all twitter features, including lists, favourites, direct messages and of course tweeting. It also has support for the optional GNOME dark theme. However, like corebird features a lot of newer GNOME technologies, so it only works on Fedora 20 or newer.

You can find corebird in GNOME software, or install from the command line with:

sudo yum install corebird

corebird


Birdie

Birdie is another relative newcomer to the Linux twitter client foray, but it is still in active development and has an impressive feature list. However, like corebird, birdie features a lot of newer GNOME technologies, so it only works on Fedora 20 or newer.

Birdie is not in the official fedora repos (yet), but the upstream project produces RPMs especially for Fedora, and even have a repo set up to distribute them.

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Hotot

Hotot Hotot has been around for a few years now, however, the author has just announced announced (Feb 2014) that he is no longer working on maintaining the application. That said Hotot also has a wide range of features, most notably, a multi-column display (Corebird and Birdie do not). Hotot is also not a native GNOME or KDE application, it basically implements most of its behaviour in a web browser widget, so the interface can be a bit strange at times.

Hotot is still available in the Fedora repos, you can install with gnome-software, or from the command line with:

sudo yum install hotot-gtk

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