After having tried nearly every Windows Twitter Client, only Twitterlicious comes close to Twitteriffic. It’s a great app, but I found myself restarting the program every 2 hours, as it sometimes would just hang. So the quest continued …
Yesterday I stumbled upon TwitBin, a Firefox Extension which adds a Twitter sidebar to Firefox, and I must say that ”it just works”:
No timeouts, no errors, no nothing that goes wrong . Only feature I’d like to see added is to detach the sidebar to a new window (as FireBug can do) and to have inline alerts (cfr. when a download completes). Other than that this client is perfect!
The TwitBin Firefox Sidebar
I can hear you thinking that you have to have Firefox open all the time. True, but for me that’s no problem since Firefox is always open whenever I’m working on the PC 🙂
Already noticed Dextro and Don Ardonio using TwitBin … who’s next?
Twitbin seemed great, but after a few days (when it started getting popular?) I noticed that the darn thing gave timeouts, didn’t remember the credentials, froze up, didn’t load (FYI: Twitbin (the extension) merely loads the twitbin.com/beta/ URL into your sidebar). Then, Dextro came on with TwitterFox. Been using TwitterFox for quite a while now (3 weeks?) and must say that I like it and above all just works (if the Twitter API ain’t down, but that’s not TwitterFox’ fault).
I am indeed using it and fully supporting. Thx for the great hint (I got it from one of your twits in the end).
I also know francis_ (eraser) is using it.
http://tweet-r.com/ works nicely for me on Windows.
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