From its inception last year, MetroTwit has matured into a fully featured Twitter client. It is in part designed and developed by Long Zheng of istartedsomething.com fame. The interface is inspired by Microsoft’s Metro design language which in turn makes it a joy to read tweets. It is by far the best Twitter client I have used on Windows and with development speeding ahead it is likely to remain the Twitter client of choice.
- @mrgimpson Breakfast with Matt :) https://t.co/cFbREFqe41
- Taking Remix OS for a spin. A surprisingly usable Android port https://t.co/z3WpCcjpGc
- I'm in the top 5% of readers on @Pocket! Follow me to see what I’m recommending! https://t.co/lwyDAm721S #MyYearInPocket
- @sunrise Sad to hear about Sunrise not being supported anymore. Not a big fan of using one app for mail and calendar.
- @pocketcasts Are you guys planning any deeper Sonos integration than pushing out files from your phone? Thanks.
- @collis Pocket does the trick quite well. http://t.co/JFMGPrnZ4y
- RT @codinghorror: Big Bang Theory http://t.co/smQRZVFfZi
- @voxdotcom Planning on including a search function on the site?
- 2-step password verification with Google Authenticator
- New addition to my daily workflow: Pocket
- Pebble: E-Paper Watch for iPhone and Android
- A step in the Windows Phone direction
- The New Task Manager
- XBMC Movie Set Creator
- Control multiple PC’s with one mouse & keyboard
- Next level in augmented reality: SLAM
- MetroTwit Show, the Twitter visualizer
- Pokki, a new HTML5 based App Store