Which Is Your Favorite Desktop Twitter Client? [MakeUseOf Poll]

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Following last week’s release of Office 2013, we asked you which version of Microsoft Office you’re currently using. Aside from the fact that nearly a fifth of the voters don’t even use Office, it seems that our readers are fairly up-to-date on their Office versions, although not many have tried the new one.

Our of 878 votes in total, here is the breakdown: The most popular version of office is 2012, with 44% of the votes, followed by Office 2007 with 22% of the votes. Office 2003 got 11%, 2% use Office XP, and a further 2% use an even older version. 5% said they already use Office 2013, and 15% don’t use Microsoft Office at all.

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.

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This week’s poll question is: Which Is Your Favorite Desktop Twitter Client?

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There are many ways to handle Twitter, one of which is through a desktop client. There’s a wide choice of clients out there, and more keep popping up the more popular Twitter gets. There are pros and cons to managing Twitter through a desktop app, and the available apps differ significantly from one another. So join us in the quest to find the current favorite among the sea of possibilities. Which is your favorite Twitter desktop app these days?

To keep the list from being too long, only the most popular apps were included, so make sure to tell us which app you use if it’s none of the above. And of course, tell us what you like about your chosen app!

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Comments (48)
  • Hoku Sarroca

    Twittter scares me! LOL I have one but omg it is just too confusing to try keep up… thank goodness I don’t use it often

  • Sabre

    Saezuri playwell.co.jp/saezuri probably the most stylish Twitter desktop client I’ve used & makes Janetter look very ugly.

  • Richard Borkovec

    My “desktop client” is my browser, haha. I really don’t see the use of DCs for stuff like Twitter and Facebook. You’re going to have a browser open, why not just have App Tabs for them instead of a DC?

  • Sushil Kathpalia

    Actually i use android phone and it sufficient for me.It gave one benefit is that i check twitter whenever i want and no tension of notebook etc..

  • Terafall

    I don’t understand why I would need a desktop client for twitter.The result is the same,I’ll only put more apps on my computer and use more resources.Not to mention how it will affect my productivity.
    I think a web browser will be enough for me if I’ll need to tweet

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