twilc is a CLI(command line) twitter client based on NCurses Library.
view tweets with mentions, search strings and urls highlighted
Posts tagged with twitter.
Subscribe to the twitter tag feed.
Vellum is a simple reading list for the links your friends are currently sharing in your Twitter feed.
Gwitter is a Twitter client for the UNIX command line. Gwitter is written in Go.
A command-line power tool for Twitter. The CLI takes syntactic cues from the Twitter SMS commands, however it offers vastly more commands and capabilities than are available via SMS.
Twelescreen is a self-hosted, one-Tweet-at-a-time, full-screen, Twitter display.
Twelescreen runs on Node.js and displays a slideshow of the most recent Tweets from your chosen lists of Twitter accounts. It can handle multiple lists of accounts, each with their own URL. Custom themes (HTML/CSS templates) and settings can be applied to all lists or individual ones.
A quick, easy, and free way to convert a Tweet into various properly formatted citations.
Powerful archiving and search for Twitter and App.net. Watermark doesn’t just keep your own tweets and favorites forever — it stores every tweet and App.net post from everyone you are following, so you can find what you need no matter who posted it.
$3.99 a month, with archive access via the web or an iOS app.
Siftlinks is a service that monitors your friend stream on Twitter, pulls out the links and creates an RSS feed for you to peruse at your leisure.
Quietweet is a read-only twitter client, which ignores all tweets containing @s, #s or links.
Filter any term, phrase, hashtag, or person out of your experience on Twitter or Facebook.
Silencer is a Chrome extension that gives you control of the Internet.
Enter a Twitter username, get an RSS feed of the user’s tweets.
Tweezer is a new way of a sharing to multiple social accounts. A simpler way.
Each box represents a social network account. When you type into a box, the text is reciprocated into the other boxes. This allows you to fine tune your posts for each network.