Tristar Posted December 17, 2011 Report Share Posted December 17, 2011 INSPIRED BY METRO. Drawing inspiration from Microsoft's Metro design language, MetroTwit celebrates an elegant and clean user interface that's beautiful to look at and a pleasure to read. LESS IS MORE. It looks simple because it is simple. MetroTwit is proudly just a Twitter client and brings out the best Twitter has to offer with simple yet intuitive features. MADE FOR WINDOWS. Taking advantage of the latest Microsoft .NET 4.0 and Windows Presentation Foundation 4 frameworks, MetroTwit is a first-class native application that shines on Windows. Infinite scrolling If you ever want to read more tweets, just scroll down and more will appear almost instantly. Be careful though, it's addictive and you could be scrolling for hours. URL shortening and previews Take control of links with an intuitive URL shortener that automatically saves you space and time tweeting. At the same time, worry less about where obscure links might take you by simply hovering over it. Autocomplete for usernames & hashtags The people and topics you care about, at your fingertips. Simply start typing any part of a username or hashtag and we'll find them for you. Windows 7 taskbar integration You don't have to switch away from what you're doing to keep tabs on new tweets. A counter in the taskbar will tell you exactly how many unread messages there are. Themes and accents Choose between dark text on light background and vice versa plus a selection of color accents to personalize the design. Better yet, match the application with your Aero Glass color for a more consistent look. Quick-glance notifications Read excerpts from new tweet updates as they cycle through in the notifications. If you run out of time, hover over the notifications to stop the countdown to read even more. Resizable and reorderable columns Not all columns must be created equal. You have the choice and flexibility to control exactly how your columns should look. Flawless high DPI support The vector-based user interface powered by Windows Presentation Foundation works and looks even better in high DPI. Of course there's always something brewing so more features to come... [Website] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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