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Choqok

Choqok

Choqok is an Open Source fast, efficient and simple to use micro-blogging client for the K Desktop Environment.

It is designed for social networking sites like Twitter, opendesktop.org and Identica, has support for residing in the system tray, and using system notifications to notify the user of updates, and being very configurable.

The software's name comes from an ancient Persian word which means sparrow.

 Choqok 1.5

Price
Free to download

Size
1.0MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Mehrdad Momeny

Website
choqok.gnufolks.org

System Requirements
KDE 4

Support:
Blog, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:
wordpress

Features include:

  • Twitter.com micro-blogging service
  • Identi.ca micro-blogging service (using its Twitter compatible API)
  • Self hosted Laconica websites (using its Twitter compatible API)
  • Self hosted StatusNet websites
  • Open Collaboration Services API through libAttica
  • User + His/Her Friends time-lines
  • Friends, @Reply, Favorite and Public time-lines
  • Send and receive direct messages
  • Twitpic.com integration
  • Supports Multiple Accounts simultaneously
  • Search APIs for all services
  • KWallet integration
  • Ability to make a quick tweet with global shortcuts
  • Ability to notify user about new statuses text, with KNotification and Libnotify
  • URL shortening services
  • Configure status lists appearance
  • Proxy support
  • Repeat/ReTweet functions
  • Preview a thumbnail of some Images and videos posted by others
  • Share what you’re listening to with your friends with a wide range of player support
  • Set your dent/tweet as your current status on IM clients
  • Filter out unwanted posts
  • Support for Twitpic, Flickr, Posterous, Mobypicture, Twitgoo, ImageShack (YFrog) image sharing services
  • Toolbar
  • Twitter photo uploading
  • Plugins including a translator and a quick filter

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