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4 September 2009 391 views 2 Comments
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Destroy Twitter:
What is DestroyTwitter?
DestroyTwitter is a compact though robust Twitter application built to run on Mac, Windows, and Linux using Adobe AIR. It consists of a series of canvases that constantly update to keep tweets up-to-date using notifications that appear when a new tweet arrives. DestroyTwitter uses a minimal amount of memory compared to its AIR-based alternatives without sacrificing functionality and performance. As a result, it can easily run in the background as an automated process.

Web link: Destroytwitter
Download link: Download DestroyTwitter 1.7.2 Beta
Images: [taken by destroytwitter.com]
search_canvas.pngreply_tweet.pnghome_canvas.png

TweetDeck:
What is 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.

Web link: TweetDeck
Download link: Download from here
Images: [taken by images.google.com]
tweetdeck.jpg

Seesmic Desktop:
What is Seesmic Desktop?
A desktop client to manage your lifestream from Facebook & multiple Twitter accounts. Create groups and searches and view them any way you like.

Web link: Seesmic
Download link: Download from here
Images: [taken from images.google.com]
seesmic-desktop.jpg

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2 Comments »

  • skdev said:

    TweetDeck rules. (@waisybabu will surely come to say “DT rules” or “DT FTW” :P)

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