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Kiwi 1.0 Twitter client sports multiple themes

updated 03:30 pm EST, Fri December 18, 2009

Client can match users' desktops

YourHead has released Kiwi 1.0, a new Mac Twitter client. Kiwi supports multiple accounts and groups, along with searches, rules and filters. It can change appearance to match a user's desktop, and includes nine built-in themes, with others available via the web. Users can build their own themes using an API, HTML and CSS.

Kiwi can also post pictures, shorten URLs and save and reuse searches. It shows a user's timeline, mentions, direct messages and favorites for each account, and supports keyboard shortcuts for speeding up the browsing process. Kiwi 1.0 requires Mac OS X 10.6 and a Twitter account. It costs $15 under a single-user license, with site and educational licenses available at discounted prices.




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  1. Zaren

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    $15?

    There's already several apps that let you do this for free.. and if you don't like the apps, you can go right to the web site. Why would you pay $15 for something like that?

  1. Mike Richardson

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Waste of time.

    What a waste of time. Why do you need a $15, Intel-only, Snow Leopard-only, "skinnable" Twitter client?

  1. SaudiMac

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

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    $15 for a desktop app, yeah that's expensive ... really??
    Tweetie for mac is $20 and it hasn't been updated for a while ..
    sounds like a fair price. however they should consider an ad supported version.

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