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Spaz

Spaz

Spaz is an award-winning open-source Twitter client for the Adobe Integrated Runtime, written entirely in HTML, Javascript and CSS.

Spaz performs most of the functions a normal desktop Twitter client provides such as sending/receiving tweets, stream public tweets, etc) but the software also offers extra customization support. It shows your Twitter feed, has tabs to see your Direct Messages and @replies, both a search function for Twitter-at-large and a filter for the posts in your feed.

It comes with themes/skin to choose from, or you can even define your own using CSS.

 Spaz 0.9.21

Price
Free to download

Size
1.3MB
License

BSD-style license

Developer
Funkatron Productions

Website
funkatron.com/spaz

System Requirements
Adobe AIR

Support Sites:
FAQ, Spaz Support, Spaz Users, Spaz Wiki, Spaz on Twitter

Selected Reviews:
Appletell, Flubbernuggets

Features include:

  • Built-in global search powered by Summize
  • Short URL creation tool with support for multiple services (is.gd, bit.ly, snurl.com, and more)
  • In-line short URL decoding
  • Markdown syntax support (Markdown is a 'lightweight markup scheme', a way of putting things like bold text into a text message)
  • Multiple themes and support for user-created themes
  • Multiple account support
  • Lists reading support
  • User-defined CSS overrides
  • Event sounds using the Tokyo Train Station soundset by Dominik Dimaano
  • User-defined sound overrides
  • Directory listings of users you are following, and your followers
  • Debugging and development tools and debug logging
  • No ads
  • Smileys using the Simple Smileys emoticons

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