Native Gtk+ Twitter client for the Linux desktop
  12 reviews

Corebird is a modern and lightweight Twitter client for the GNOME 3 desktop. It features inline image and video preview, creation of lists and favorites, filtering of tweets and full text search. Corebird is able to manage multiple Twitter accounts.
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sanxago 1 year ago

Application does not have notifications and did not refresh new messages, in 20 minutes.

mrpepple 3 years ago

This worked very well for me until twitter changed api's and now Mr Bader will not be able to update to continue it's work. No longer being maintained. see

kc6ufm 3 years ago

It works, but is VERY basic. I'd like to see something more like the TweetDeck web site in a Linux native application.

paed808 4 years ago

If you want an updated version of it, with 280 characters, don't use this version, use the flatpak version.

rdlf4 4 years ago

Very basic Twitter desktop app. You will be notified by it via system notification, which is a nice touch. However, it still doesn't support more than 140 characters, no night view mode, media viewer is sometimes broken and it won't let you view your own settings (your account, people you follow and your followers unless you find a tweet that contains your username and then click on it. In a nutshell, it does the job but there is room for improvement.

arunsivaraman 4 years ago

I use this App a lot and its really great

shriram123 5 years ago

Very smooth. But needs improvement in video, conversations and search

p4rot 5 years ago

great app for twitter on linux

Hellpaw 5 years ago

Solid and Stable twitter client

IteX 5 years ago

can't send images in pm also when the person send me a link i can't click it

hrfabarac 5 years ago

Elegante e intuitivo gestor de Twitter

SallyK 5 years ago

The best Twitter client for Mint 18 systems