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5 Top of the Line Twitter Desktop Clients for Linux

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If you've been using Twitter through its website, I recommend that you use a desktop client instead to further enhance your tweeting experience. Since Twitter has become immensely popular, there are tons and tons of available desktop applications that support this great micro-blogging service. So I'm here to assist you on narrowing down the choices, and hope to somehow give you an idea on picking the one that suits you best.

For Linux users, here's my list of top of the line Twitter desktop clients that can surely help you better organize your friends, followers, and tweets, and overall make tweeting a lot more fun:

TweetDeck

TweetDeck is my preferred Twitter desktop client right now because of its rich features and well thought out interface. It is ideal for those who have lots of friends and followers (I don't have much so follow me HERE Smile since you can split the application into columns making it possible for you to group things up. TweetDeck can be easily installed using Adobe Air.

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