TwitCon is a Twitter updater that uses no external programs or libraries and has no graphical user interface. Written to be compilable on any platform and give you a quick, easy, and small way to update your Twitter status in a flash.
Give TwitCon a try to see what it can actually do for you!
TwitCon [32|64bit] [March-2022]
TwitCon is designed to be an easy way to update your Twitter status in a convenient manner. With its easy to use interface, you can update your Twitter status in a flash with very little effort.
With TwitCon, you can search for new tweets, see what your friends, followers and followers are up to, and even reply to some of the tweets you receive with TwitCon. You can use the built in data from our Twitter Search API to fetch new tweets matching a phrase, or an author’s name.
With TwitCon, you can also reply to existing tweets, and even re-Tweet them without the hassle of typing in the Twitter URL manually. With the built-in feature that lets you automatically add Followers, Followers and Friends and update your profile. You can also browse the archived tweets, and by default they will be kept and cleared on the first run, to make them easier to read later.
– Uses the Twitter Search API for new tweets matching your search criteria
– Automatically fetches new tweets matching your search criteria, view your friends’ tweets, follow people and reply to some of the tweets you receive.
– Browse and archive tweets for easy retrieval
– Reply to existing tweets and re-Tweet them with one click
– Browse the profile of a random person to view some of his/her tweets
– You can even reply to a tweet from your own profile
– You can follow people who sent you a direct message
– You can mark tweets as favorites
– You can disable the automatic updates so you can still update your Twitter status manually
– Tweets from archived tweets and tweets you follow will be updated in the next run
– Check your following list, friends list and network stats
– Tweets and Tweet positions are stored in our own database
– TwitCon supports multiple Twitter accounts and can update them at the same time
– You can sync your Twitter accounts on other platforms, such as Windows Phone, Windows 8, Windows 7, BlackBerry and the iPhone
– It can work as a Twitter client with the option to download or you can run it as a stand alone utility
– Update status on Twitter and Facebook at the same time
– Any keyboard can be used to type your tweets
– Maximum number of characters is 140 and no more
– New tweets will be updated in real time, or you can choose to follow a schedule
– Export tweets to your computer and then import them back to Twitter
TwitCon is a Twitter updater that uses no external programs or libraries and has no graphical user interface.
It will update your Twitter status every x minutes.
If there’s anything you’d like to change, make a suggestion! Suggestions will always be put to use in a future version of TwitCon.
It can also POST to Twitter and reply to Tweets in the same request.
* Very small app, about 300KB.
* Tweets to Twitter with no external libraries required.
* Works on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
* Tweets to Twitter in a manner that best simulates a conversation in real-time.
* The settings are stored in the config file, so you can keep your settings in sync across platforms.
* If you want to use your Google API Key, you can use one made for TwitCon and avoid the hassle of managing your own.
Use this as a quick way to update your status.
Known Issues and Caveats:
* It doesn’t just update, but also posts to Twitter in the same request. As such, you will always see a Tweet come out even if it’s been updated less than x minutes ago.
It’s entirely possible this could be fixed in a future version, but until then, the best way to achieve the most intended effect is to update at least 15 minutes before you expect to.
* There is a time delay before your Tweets start showing up after you update. This is to be expected since TwitCon has no access to your API key. It will attempt to contact your server with a rate limited/accounts/rate_limit request, and wait for it to be processed. The time delay is 3 times the rate limit.
* If you are updating your status for the first time, Twitter will treat it as spam. As such, you’ll be blocked from making updates until Twitter sees a minimum of n-times request for the rate limit request. This can be adjusted at your own risk.
* You can only update your status to your own profile.
* The time out can be set from one second to one hour, but for now, the default is 10 minutes.
* You can only set one update period.
* While some of your settings and preferences may be stored in an easily reversible way in the config file, some of them are not.
TwitCon Keygen PC/Windows [Updated-2022]
TwitCon is a small and fast Twitter updater which uses no external programs and has no graphical user interface. Unlike other Twitter updaters, TwitCon does not use any external programs like java, Python, Ruby or perl to update your Twitter status.
The only dependency is the twitter-api gem which is an open source gem that provides the foundation of your Tweets.
The aim of TwitCon is to use the least amount of resources, have a nice clean and smart design and include all the important features that most Twitter users are looking for.
While the features listed below are not the only ones provided by TwitCon, they are what I believe most users are looking for and what I have personally used myself.
Packages for Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, and many more are available on the Git Repo.
TwitCon is a ruby gem that requires the twitter-api gem to function. Installing these 2 gems is as simple as executing the following two commands.
sudo gem install twitter-api
sudo gem install twitcon
The gem is published to rubygems and already available for public use.
If you haven’t yet installed the gem, you can install it from here
You need to ensure that you use the latest twitter-api from the git source.
Before installing you also need a twitter API application key.
Note that unless you intend to follow people, an application key will be all you need.
Creating an application key
By default, TwitCon will use the keys included with the twitter-api gem. However, if the user doesn’t want to use these keys, or has been found to not use them in a previous update, then Twitter will require an application key to be created.
The next time TwitCon is used to update your Twitter account, you will be asked if you want to create a new application key.
Creating your own application keys
I will go through the most commonly asked question about generating your own keys. There are a lot of questions asked on here and on Twitter, so please keep an eye out for my new tutorials on twitter!
Generating your own
What’s New in the TwitCon?
TwitCon is a Twitter update program for Windows. It helps you to update your Twitter account within less than 3 clicks. TwitCon is a small.exe that updates your Twitter with just a few clicks. A short description is enough for you to use TwitCon.
– Plugins: (Downloadable from the site).
– A Twitter Feedback Form (We get people to send feedback so we can work on improvements).
– A Twitter About Box (Feedback report).
– The Twitter Icons.
– Twitter Plugin.
– The Twitter Debugger.
– The Twitter Settings
– A Help Book.
– A Readme.txt (Instructions).
– A Twitter Help Site.
– The Twitter Open Source License.
– Follow Me (You can follow anyone on Twitter).
DOWNLOAD : TwitCon.zip (Download)
(If your server only allows FTP or SFTP, please wait or upload the files manually instead.)
To be honest, the TwitCon has a small bugs. (It can be annoying if you experience a bug, you can download TwitCon 1.0.2 to fix it.)
System Requirements For TwitCon:
Macintosh OS X 10.5 or later (Sierra or later)
Windows 7 or later (Intel processor, 64-bit version of Windows)
Windows 8 or later (64-bit Intel processor, 64-bit Windows)
Windows 10 or later (64-bit Intel processor, 64-bit Windows)
Windows XP (32-bit, SP2 or later) or later.
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