Kiwi
Kiwi
3.2.0

3.2

Kiwi free download for Mac

Kiwi

3.2.0
11 February 2014

Full-featured App.net client.

Overview

Kiwi is a full-featured App.net client in a super simple package built just for OS X. Kiwi packs in all the best features of App.net, like private messages, and inline images into a clean, simple, and easy to use app.

  • Focused Conversations - Kiwi focuses on the path of the real conversation and moves the chatter to the side.
  • Private Messages - App.net is great for private chats too. With Kiwi you'll manage your private messages with ease.
  • Twitter Crossposting - Keep your Twitter friends in the loop with Twitter crossposting. Setup up once and forget it.
  • Unified Timelines - See all your mentions and followers in a single timeline or keep them separate, it's up to you.
Learn more about Kiwi at http://kiwi-app.net/

What's new in Kiwi

Version 3.2.0:
  • Choose fonts.
  • Disable unused timelines.
  • Improved handling of embedded links.
  • Improved timeline marker support.
  • Many bug fixes and UI improvements.

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22 Kiwi Reviews

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Tsipo
28 February 2013

Most helpful

This is a DISGRACE. Kiwi used to be my favourite Twitter client, then due to the problems mentioned here below by Bully28 I pretty much stopped using it. I saw there's a new version, I started my old client (2.0.2) and the app itself invited me to update the 3.0.0; no word about a paid upgrade or anything of the sort. I did that, and now version 3.0.0 requires me to log in to ADN. Else I cannto even see my Twitter timeline. I do not have an ADN account, nor do I want one. ADN is a PAID service. So this upgrade rendered my PAID Twitter client into a state where I cannot use it unless I fork out more cash for ADN. I have restored 2.0.2 from the Trash, but I do not plan to use it. THIS IS SHAMELESS. DO NOT DOWNLOAD.
Like (6)
Version 3.0.0
Panpagan
05 March 2013
Kiwi was an awesome Twitter client. Now it's an ADN-client. It doesn't say anything about this in the upgrade-window inside of Version 2.2. It's a different product now and that should have been clearly stated - not only on the developers webpage (which most people rarely visit) but first place in the update/upgrade-window. Sorry guys, but this is bad information politics. I'm very disappointed. This ist not the program I originally paid for - and for the update of my once favorite twitter client I was prepared to pay a small fee. I'm not willing to pay for a program for a completely different platform which I don't use and don't intend to use.
Like (5)
Version 3.0.0
1 answer(s)
Franko
Franko
25 March 2013
I've migrated to TapBot's TweetBot. Not sure i'll try app.net.
Like (1)
asimo
28 February 2013
Very nice simple and lightweight client for App.net. There's a room for improvements.
Like (2)
Version 3.0.0
Tsipo
28 February 2013
This is a DISGRACE. Kiwi used to be my favourite Twitter client, then due to the problems mentioned here below by Bully28 I pretty much stopped using it. I saw there's a new version, I started my old client (2.0.2) and the app itself invited me to update the 3.0.0; no word about a paid upgrade or anything of the sort. I did that, and now version 3.0.0 requires me to log in to ADN. Else I cannto even see my Twitter timeline. I do not have an ADN account, nor do I want one. ADN is a PAID service. So this upgrade rendered my PAID Twitter client into a state where I cannot use it unless I fork out more cash for ADN. I have restored 2.0.2 from the Trash, but I do not plan to use it. THIS IS SHAMELESS. DO NOT DOWNLOAD.
Like (6)
Version 3.0.0
2 answer(s)
asimo
asimo
28 February 2013
Kiwi 3 is ADN client, not a Twitter client. Only you have to read it on a developer's website. There's big bold heading on a landing page: "A wonderfully simple, elegantly powerful, amazingly beautiful way to experience App.net."
Like (1)
Tsipo
Tsipo
28 February 2013
asimo, my Kiwi 2.0.2 suggested - from within the app itself - to upgrade to 3.0.0. 2.0.2 is a Twitter client, which I have PAID for, and upgrading to 3.0.0 made it useless. This is not an upgrade - this is a totally different product! This is rule #1 for app upgrade: if the app itself suggests to upgrade, it should state whether it's a paid upgrade, or whether it is a totally different product which requires another subscription (like in this case).
Like (6)
Leslie-Titze
27 February 2013
Having switched to ADN six months ago, I'm pleased to see my favourite client app reincarnated for this service. If you haven't tried App.net yet, pick this up and join us. It's a refreshing change.
Like (4)
Version 3.0.0
dprBreck
06 August 2011
This WAS one of the best clients out there. MW gave it a huge boost with glowing reviews. Then came this summer. Client can't open shortened URLS in browsers without adding extra code, rendering the page broken. You can't view pictures. What's worse: Yourhead software people blame Twitter. And are threatening to stop development, which is their right, but people paid for this app, including me, and now they are blaming Twitter for bugs. I understand their new version is now free because a) they're selling ads on it, and b) they're thinking about killing it off. Again, it's their right. But how about fixing the bugs instead of trying to bait and switch those of us who PAID for an ad-free version by claiming it's not your fault? Do NOT download.
Like (5)
Version 2.0.2
1 answer(s)
Webkarnage
Webkarnage
26 February 2013
There is a beta which fixes this, and a new version might be on the way at some point.
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Thyx
08 March 2011
I admit I need more time for a full check and comparison. So most stars are to counter-act PRLab's double rant...
Like
Version 2.0.2
Marcelo-Pinheiro
28 February 2011
I love the ability to create rules to help filter out content that I do not want to see in my timeline.
Like
Version 2.0.2
Macintosh-Sauce
05 December 2010
I purchased Kiwi the other day for the MU Promo price. This Twitter client is the best out there IMO. I love the account switching features in this program. It's much easier to switch back and forth between my two Twitter accounts with the tabs.
Like (2)
Version 2.0.2
Prlab
05 December 2010
Deleted all files, reinstalled, and still no luck. A dud.
Like (1)
Version 2.0.2
Prlab
04 December 2010
Can not log in to any of my twitter accounts. Rejects all of them.
Like (1)
Version 2.0.2