Hibari
Hibari 1.5.9
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Powerful Twitter client with tweet filtering and user muting.   Demo ($10.00)
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Hibari is a powerful Mac Twitter app that blocks annoyances and reveals gems.

Block Keywords: Hibari blocks tweets you don't want to see based on keywords you choose. You can also block all retweets.

Mute Users: No more stressing about whether to follow someone. In Hibari, you can temporarily mute any user if their tweets go overboard, saving you from having to unfollow.

Inline Saved Search: Hibari interleaves your favorite search results into your home timeline so you never miss a thing. Your less important searches stay tucked away in the
What's New
Version 1.5.9:
  • Updated graphics for Retina displays
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later



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Hibari User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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burypromote
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ChristopherPrice commented on 17 Apr 2012
Price is currently $10 on the developer's site and at the Mac App Store.
[Version 1.5.1]


burypromote
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Yoshinatsu commented on 21 Aug 2010
Nice start indeed. But $14? You can get Tweetie for free now.
[Version 1.0.1]

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burypromote
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Rnb2 replied on 22 Aug 2010
And how long has Tweetie for Mac been stuck at v1.x, with no support for newer Twitter features (not even new style re-tweets)? A year ago, Tweetie was awesome, but Loren is getting paid by Twitter now, so if you want independent Twitter clients to survive (and thrive), you have to allow other developers to try to make a living.

If I hadn't just purchased a Kiwi license, Hibari would have been a strong contender for my dollars - it's a very nice, polished first effort, and I look forward to seeing how it develops. Twitter clients aren't exactly so expensive that buying another one in a few months is going to break me........
burypromote
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Ramonal commented on 17 Aug 2010
Nice start but its pretty much useless to anyone who has multiple twitter accounts
[Version 1.0]

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burypromote
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Victoriawang replied on 09 Dec 2010
Hi! I'm the developer of Hibari. We're working on multiple accounts and plan to have it ready for 1.2.
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Roes rated on 04 Aug 2012

[Version 1.5.4]



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Blloyd rated on 25 Jun 2012

[Version 1.5.3]



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Monkeyjunkey rated on 19 Mar 2012

[Version 1.5.1]


Downloads:3,092
Version Downloads:58
Type:Internet : Internet Utilities
License:Demo
Date:05 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $10.00
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Hibari is a powerful Mac Twitter app that blocks annoyances and reveals gems.

Block Keywords: Hibari blocks tweets you don't want to see based on keywords you choose. You can also block all retweets.

Mute Users: No more stressing about whether to follow someone. In Hibari, you can temporarily mute any user if their tweets go overboard, saving you from having to unfollow.

Inline Saved Search: Hibari interleaves your favorite search results into your home timeline so you never miss a thing. Your less important searches stay tucked away in the search timeline.

Inline Images: Image links from Twitpic, YFrog, and other services are displayed as thumbnails in your timeline, saving you from visiting the webpage just to see what the image is about.

Tweet Lookup: Trying to remember what somebody tweeted? Use the search field in the toolbar to look up tweets and users in your timeline.

Inline Conversations: Explore threads of replies without ever leaving your timeline.


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