Version: 1.1 || Release Date: 2010-01-22 || License: Freeware Developer: Dan Deming-Henes | App Owner: periphium

Twitt is a customizable Twitter client that allows the user to control how updates are displayed.

A new look for your desktop...
Tastes are always changing, and there's no reason why you should be locked into one specific look by your Twitter client. Twitt allows you to easily customize the way content is displayed, using easy to make (and modify) HTML+CSS themes.

Pictures are worth a lot...
You can easily add a picture to your tweet using Twitt's built-in image uploader. With just a few clicks you can have your image uploaded to TwitPic and ready to tweet.

Twitt also supports in-app loading for TwitPic, and yFrog images. You can easily view your friends' pictures without opening them in your browser.

You tweet my back...
Your friend just "tweeted" about another contest. Maybe it was a chance to win an exclusive dinner with The Internet. Now someone else did, too. Before too long, your timeline is filled with these "tweets". Just add a keyword filter and watch as Twitt whisks them behind the curtain.

Twitt is designed to get out of your way and stay there. However, you can also set Twitt up to let you know when new content comes in, so you don't have to keep checking.

More on the inside...
These are just a few of the wonderful features in Twitt. Take advantage of Growl support, your own custom notification sounds, and a tiny memory footprint.

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6 Opinions

I tried Twitt yesterday, but my experience was not very nice.
I was able to login but the app cannot retrieve any tweets. All I get is a blank screen.
Anyone with the same problem?

Unable to make it work, no matter how hard I try. Cannot login. Cannot show timeline.
I trashed the preferences file, just like the developer tells us to do in the app's website, but I still does not work.
Strangely, the same happens to me with QFeeder and Pwitter. I cannot login with these two clients either.
Well... I'm sticking with Tweetie until I find a decent Twitter client that can be used as a menubar item only (without Dock icon).

Actually.. alot of users cant get it to work.. not showing timelines. For me its currently useless.

Err, DM's also work if you're replying to a DM from the DM timeline. But your own DM's don't show up in the DM timeline. Some work still has to be done UI-wize I think.

I stand corrected, if you click on person's face in the timeline, it creates a reply. Now let's get those DM's working...

Pretty decent, but at the moment lacks some basic features like replying to Tweets or sending DM's.

Very promising though :)