Best Mac app for Twitter?

macOS & Mac Apps
So dear Apple Vis listers, What is the best Twitter client for blind MacBookPro users these days? Also, if one is recommended, please be so kind as to point me to a good tutorial on it. Thank you kindly, John



Submitted by mehgcap on Friday, February 7, 2014

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

As the subject says, YoruFukurou is the best app I know of. Once you log in, it is just a matter of arrowing up and down through your tweets. The drop down menus have all the options you will ever need, complete with keyboard shortcuts, and you can customize those shortcuts if you want to.

Submitted by Isaac Hebert (not verified) on Friday, February 7, 2014

Yes in that twitter client you can also set up hash tag filters with custom alert sounds then you can move through each buffer by using command left and right arrow then shift enter to mention all users in a tweet then enter to reply to a single user in a tweet. Press tab to get to the new tweet edit field then type you're tweet then press enter to send it.

Submitted by WildmanJoe on Friday, February 7, 2014

Yorufukrou is certainly the best. Although, the last comment cought my interest. How does one creat hashtag filters, and assign alert sounds to the Quote, buffer? I know of hitting CMD F then typing the Hashtag. I don't know how to create a buffer from it though. As far as a tutorial, I don't know of any, but mehgcap is correct. All the menu items have keyboard shortcuts, and it's just incredibley easy to use.

Submitted by John Chilelli on Saturday, February 8, 2014

In reply to by mehgcap

Hello! Well perhaps there is a real problem with being able to download programs to my MBP. I have tried four times now to download Yorufukurou from the Mac Update page and install on my machine. When I try to open the downloaded file, I am told that the program is damaged and cannot be opened and should be moved to trash, which is the default option. But the reason why I think that it is something on my MBP that is blocking this program from properly downloading, is because I am having the same kind of problem with downloading the Eloquent Bible program. Any ideas or suggestions on what I should look for on my Mac? Thanks, John