Cawbird is an open-source Linux native Twitter client built with GTK+ 3, and supports all of the main Twitter features.
Cawbird is a fork of Corebird (which was abandoned). It features a modern user interface, keyboard shortcuts support, image / video pop-up preview, etc.
The software offers native packages for Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE, CentOS, NixOS, Solus. It’s also easy to install in most other Linux via universal Snap and / or Flatpak packages.
How to Get Cawbird in Linux Desktops:
The latest version of the official .deb and .rpm packages are available to download at the link below:
The following Linux Distros currently have their own official packages. Simply run following commands to install the Twitter App:
- For Fedora (30+), simply run command:
sudo dnf install cawbird
- For NixOS (19.09+), run:
nix-shell -p cawbirdfor testing,
nix-env -iA cawbirdfor permanent installation.
- For Solus, run command:
sudo eopkg it cawbird
For other Linux, the community builds of Snap and Flatpak (both run in sandbox) packages are available to download at the link below: