Quitter is a minimalist, light Twitter app that runs from the DOS window.
If you are looking for a very low-impact, inconspicuous Twitter client (or you’re just looking for the nerdiest way of tweeting we’ve ever seen), check out Quitter, a fully-functional but seriously understated Twitter client that runs from the command window.
Quitter looks pretty hardcore, but it’s really very easy to use. Link up your Twitter account and begin to tweet. You can do everything you can do on other basic clients – tweet, reply, DM, create groups – but with the advantage of having a very low-impact client that doesn’t take up resources and is barely even noticeable to passers-by.
To get the most out of Quitter, check out the configuration menu by pressing ?. It’s here that you’ll be able to manage groups, color tweets, filter users, hashtags and words, and even more. As Quitter runs from the DOS window, all choices are made with the keypad, but that doesn’t mean that the app is low on options.
Don’t let the interface distract you – Quitter is a basic but fully-functional Twitter client that works very well.