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The Best Twitter Client for Linux

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Despite the large number of Twitter clients available for Linux, none of them are perfect. Our favorite would have to be the powerful, customizable Choqok.

Features:

View your Twitter and Idendi.ca feeds, at replies, direct messages, and more from a compact window
Supports multiple accounts
Find and follow other users
View user profile information
Retweet, reply, and favorite with one click
Support for Twitter lists
Shorten URLs with more than 10 different services
Upload images to Flickr, ImageShack, Twitpic, Twitgoo, Mobypicture, and Posterous
Support for KDE notifications

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