Tired of your current Twitter desktop client? Maybe because it doesn’t let you style the main client interface? Well, here’s another entrant to the gradually getting crowded Twitter desktop client market – Kiwi.
Kiwi is a Twitter desktop client for Mac OS X that among
other things lets you use various colorful themes. Kiwi’s standard features include:
- supports multiple accounts
- supports account combinations
- supports various rules
- multiple account grouping
- mentions, hashtags and links
- tweet badges
Kiwi supports Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard and Webkit. So if your Mac supports all of these, you can use Kiwi as your Twitter desktop client. You can try downloading a free “incomplete” copy which allows you to do pretty much some of the good stuff that you can do with other Twitter desktop client.
But if you feel like you need more features, you can also get the paid software which will cost you $15.
I’m currently checking out Kiwi and so far so good. The theme selection and theme API is definitely Kiwi’s stongest point. Other features are practically the same as other Twitter desktop client.
So, if you don’t mind buying a desktop client to do all your Twitter chores, you might want to consider getting Kiwi.
I’m going to test it some more and see if it is good enough to make me spend my precious $15.
Originally posted on December 20, 2009 @ 11:38 am