Tweeten is a column-based interface that helps you keep track of everything that's happening on Twitter without needing to hit the refresh button.
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Tweeten 2 arrives with GIF improvements and filters to make TweetDeck even better - MSPoweruserTweeten 2.0 for your Windows and Mac PCs is launching today, and it is quite a big update for the Twitter/Tweetdeck app. Much of the work involved in the update has been developed towards making it faster and lighter, pretty with the app installing pretty quickly on my device (the blog post says this should ...
Tweeten picks up 2.0 update with the ability to constantly display 'retweet' and 'like' optionsTweeten is nice but has a couple issue, all reported to the company via twitter ( nice way to limit how user can connect to them) #1 Cant add a second account, tweeten reports i have security options enabled ( but doesn't say what those are or how to remove them, i have turned off security on my second twitter account on twitter settings, didn't work) Also i was able to add my second twitter account as the first/primary account on my win10 administrator account, of course was still unable to add my second account.
The best Twitter app (not built by Twitter) 🐥 - Product HuntTweeten is the new must-have Twitter app . Similar to TweetDe
Tweeten gets a new look, emoji picker, and faster performance on Windows and MacThere's no shortage of Twitter clients out there, but among power users, many still favor Twitter's own TweetDeck. The official TweetDeck app for Windows was discontinued last year, but it remains available as a web app in the browser.
Tweeten 2 updates the best Tweetdeck replacement with filters and better GIF supportI live in Twitter. It's where I find stories, communicate with my peers, and rant about PRs. That said, I'm not hugely impressed with the default Twitter web interface, which separates messages and the timeline into two disparate areas. Tweetdeck doesn't do anything for me, either. Tweeten, however, is an intriguing little project.
The Next WebMatthew Hughes