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Fritter - A free, open-source Twitter/Nitter client for Android and iOS
Fritter is a free, open-source Twitter/Nitter client for Android and iOS. It supports Viewing profiles, Viewing tweets and replies, Viewing pictures, videos and GIFs in tweets, Searching for tweets and users.
Buzzbird is a full featured, multi-platform, multi-account desktop Twitter client that does not require any third-party support applications (like Adobe AIR or JavaFX). Buzzbird is a twitter client built on Mozilla’s XUL platform, the same technology that is used in the Firefox Web Browser.
go-twitter is a Go client library for the Twitter API. Check the usage section or try the examples to see how to access the Twitter API.The twitter package provides a Client for accessing the Twitter API. Here are some example requests.
MyTwits is a free Twitter client for Windows XP/Vista/7 powered by WPF which gives you freedom to twit right from your desktop. You can do almost all things that you do at Twitter.com, get a new twits notification and update your status instantly.
Choqok is a Free/Open Source micro-blogging client by the KDE community. It currently features Twitter, Pump.IO micro-blogging service, GNU Social websites, Friendica websites, Support for send and receive direct messages, KWallet integration.Flickr, ImageShack, Twitpic, Twitgoo, Mobypicture and Posterous photo uploading and lot more.
R client for accessing Twitter’s REST and stream APIs. Check out the rtweet package documentation website. All users must be authorized to interact with Twitter’s APIs. To become authorized, follow the instructions below to (1) make a Twitter app and (2) create and save your access token (using one of the two authorization methods described below).
This is the complete version of the Twitter client that I created for Android. It is 100% open source, the only thing that you will have to do plug in is your own API keys. I am lucky enough to say that, as a paid app, Talon has perched itself at the top of the top paid social apps list since it's release in 2014. It has amassed 100,000+ downloads while holding a 4.6 star rating on the Play Store. This app is one of the more successful apps I have ever made and I am open sourcing it as a "thank you" to everyone that has supported my work over the years! It works great and I'm proud to say that it can probably be considered one of the most popular third party Twitter apps.
Lightweight, fast and simple Twitter client with multi account and built in URL shortening. Compiled in .NET 4.0. The application stays at the system tray and can be activated using a hotkey combination. Press the hotkey, enter your message, press enter. Available in multiple ...
A Java HTTP client for consuming Twitter's Streaming API. It has GZip support, OAuth support, Partitioning support, Automatic reconnections with appropriate backfill counts, Access to raw bytes payload, Proper backoffs/retry schemes, Relevant statistics/events, Control stream support for sitestreams.
Anaconda is a simple, transparent Go package for accessing version 1.1 of the Twitter API.Successful API queries return native Go structs that can be used immediately, with no need for type assertions.
twitteR is an R package which provides access to the Twitter API. Most functionality of the API is supported, with a bias towards API calls that are more useful in data analysis as opposed to daily interaction.
Use twitter from R. Get started by reading vignette("rtweet"). All users must be authenticated to interact with Twitter’s APIs. The easiest way to authenticate is to use your personal twitter account - this will happen automatically (via a browser popup) the first time you use an rtweet function. See auth_setup_default() for details. Using your personal account is fine for casual use, but if you are trying to collect a lot of data it’s a good idea to authentication with your own Twitter “app”. See vignette("auth", package = "rtweet") for details.