I'm very happy to announce that Birdie 2.0 is now in public beta!
We've been working hard over the past several months to get Birdie 2.0 polished up and ready for users to enjoy, and we are almost ready to share a preview with the world. More news about that will be coming very soon, but before that we need to go ahead and make an important announcement about the direction that we will be taking Birdie in the future.
Birdie was originally created to provide the best Twitter experience possible on elementary OS. It was tightly integrated with the native platform and was visually designed with elementary OS in mind. For...
A short while ago I came across news on Twitter and Google+ that Birdie, my longtime favorite Twitter client for Linux, would be shutting down development. I was extremely sad to hear this so I contacted Ivo Nunes, the main developer for the project, to see if he would be open to the idea of me taking over development. He was very agreeable, so I am excited to announce that I will be developing Birdie 2.0. Ivo will continue to be a part of the project working on other areas as he sees fit.
I’m also excited to announce...
Birdie 1.1 "Flugas" is now available.
It features performance optimizations, better thumbnails, bug fixes and updated translations. In addition, it now compiles on ARM architectures (tested on armv7).
This minor release is recommended to all Birdie 1.0 users. You can head over to our downloads page to update.
Birdie Development Team.
About a month after our latest announcement, we can say that Birdie 1.0 "Roko" is ready.
Excited? We are, because we believe Birdie 1.0 is the best release we have ever had.
Lists have arrived to Birdie. Performance is better than ever. The app is much more stable than it ever was. We've got a refreshed user interface, which not only allows us to have a better optimized application, but also provides a more polished user interface. The changes are subtle but essential. You can now load older tweets. And we've finally got autocompletion for users and hashtags.
Today, I'd like to let you know what the future looks like for Birdie.
Development became pretty much dead for a few months after our IndieGoGo failure, but I'd like to let you know that Birdie won't be dying anytime soon. At least not on my watch.
As some of you may have noticed, development has got back on track during the last few weeks and today I'd like to announce Birdie 1.0 "Roko".
This is a little unusual, as we usually announce new versions on the release day, but this new version won't be out for at least a...