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Osfoora for Twitter Reviews

1.3.5
18 March 2014

Clean and intuitive Twitter client.

Woodjoe
12 November 2012

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It is almost as good as Tweetbot. On the positive side, it has a really nice UI and it is very cheap compared to Tweetbot. It has almost the same functions. For everyone who doesn't want to pay 20 $ for a Twitter client but who wants to have a beautiful client that is easy on the eyes and intuitive to use, Osfoora is the right choice.
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Version 1.2.1

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wickedsp1d3r
29 November 2013
Is this app still under active development? At least Growl support seems broken. I'm using latest version of Growl.
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Version 1.3.3
Hal2007
28 February 2013
Newest version 1.3.1 doesn't show any lists for me any more. The space stays empty... Anyone else experiencing this?
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Version 1.3.1
Woodjoe
12 November 2012
It is almost as good as Tweetbot. On the positive side, it has a really nice UI and it is very cheap compared to Tweetbot. It has almost the same functions. For everyone who doesn't want to pay 20 $ for a Twitter client but who wants to have a beautiful client that is easy on the eyes and intuitive to use, Osfoora is the right choice.
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Version 1.2.1
Abdullah-
11 June 2012
thanks
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Version 1.2
mjasinski
07 June 2012
I tried most of the other clients, but Osfoora is currently the best. You can do almost all Twitter-related tasks without leaving the app. Inline images, streaming support, Instapaper support, mute function and TweetMarkers are great features, it's a good companion app to TweetBot on iOS. Here are two ideas to make this app even better: - it should be possible to drag an image to the compose window in addition to the file picker - a mute function for keywords and Twitter clients would be a great addition
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Version 1.2
Dmnelson
06 June 2012
I certainly sympathize with those who say they want a trial version first. That said, I went ahead and bought it a couple months ago. Have been very happy so far. I use Osfoora on Mac, and Tweetbot on my iOS devices. It seems stable and easy to use. Convenient to navigate using arrow keys. The latest version adds streaming which means new tweets appear almost immediately.
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Version 1.2
Bigboysdad
27 May 2012
For anyone not completely sure about this ‘cos of it being App Store only, etc - I’ve been a happy enough Echofon user for some time and after a couple of hours use, it feels as if Osfoora just blows it out of the water (disclaimer; I don’t use ‘Lists’). Goes hand in hand with Tweetlogix for iPhone too.
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Version 1.1
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Bigboysdad
Bigboysdad
22 September 2012
Actually, the more I use this, the more I've come to rely on Tweet Marker and as indicated by the poster below, Tweet Marker support isn't 100%. Developer still needs to fix this.
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Monkeyjunkey
28 February 2012
Deal breakers: * no TweetMarker support for lists :( * no list editing (adding / removing people) :( Both essential, so Osfoora not happening for me, yet. Here's hope for improvements.
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Version 1.0.1
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Monkeyjunkey
Monkeyjunkey
15 March 2012
Blockers remain intact for version 1.1 :(
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SawtoothRising
22 February 2012
Can someone describe the keyboard shortcuts beyond "Robust" please? Last time someone used that to describe their keyboard shortcuts was Twitteriffic and they are rubbish compared to Echofon
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Version 1.0.1
ultratiem
18 February 2012
It looks beautiful, but without a trial, I'll pass. Throwing $5 on something I may never use isn't how I roll. A shame when devs don't put out trials. And I'm already missing the days of shareware (which the MAS does not seem to work well with).
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Version 1.0
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Monkeyjunkey
Monkeyjunkey
18 February 2012
Agreed. MAS is not the way to go. But have to admit, the software looks nice.
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ultratiem
ultratiem
18 February 2012
It does. Sexy as hell; color me impressed. No problems there. Just want to make sure the usability and functionality is there too. Too many Twitter clients phone it in when it comes to those two departments.
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Jimmysmits
Jimmysmits
27 April 2012
I agree. No demo and I'm not buying it blind.
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