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Wren

Version 1.6.10

Distraction-free work environment with saved-draft tweeting.

Wren overview

Wren is a distraction-free work environment with saved-draft tweeting. You want to get things done and be productive during your day, so you close Mail and Twitter. But how will you post that funny thing your coworker just said, that awesome link to a new site or that screenshot of the project you're working on? That's where Wren comes in.

Wren lets you tweet without losing focus on the task at hand. Like blinders for your workday and like a librarian for your Twitter experience (Shh!!), Wren lets you tweet without distraction.

Features
  • Save drafts for later tweeting
  • Use your favorite link shortening service
  • Autocomplete usernames of people that you follow
  • Show and hide app with customizable global keyboard shortcut
  • Quickly see what and when you last tweeted
  • Elegantly simple design

What’s new in version 1.6.10

Updated on Jul 24 2015

Version 1.6.10:
  • Menu bar icon now supports dark menu bar
  • Updated multiple desktop behavior

Information

License

Commercial

Size

2.6 MB

Developer’s website

http://wrenapp.com

Downloads

1123

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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Raddle
Raddle
Dec 3 2011
1.2.4
4.5
Dec 3 2011
4.5
Version: 1.2.4
Beautifully designed both visually and because it does one thing extremely well. It's the only twitter client I'll have on the machine I'm supposed to to actual work on. Perfect for what I need.
EndoLab
EndoLab
Jun 23 2011
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Jun 23 2011
0.0
Version: 1.0
Heeem...It's like cmd + tab or Growl notifications but for 5$ ? Or there are something I'm missing ?