Loved the minimize to tray update!
Keep it going!

Steve Fleischer said on October 26, 2007

I am also a Windows user and envied the sleek look of Twitterific. Then along came Snitter and I could see immediately that it was better than anything I had used to date. Since then the frequent updates have improved the app considerably. The notification pop-ups when Snitter is minimized is excellent! Well done Jonathan!

Byron Rode said on October 27, 2007

Hi Jonathan,
Loving Snitter. Awesome interface. It works better than any other AIR Twitter app that I tried. My search has come to an end. I have definitely found the final Twitter application I will ever use.

Will chat again soon on MSN. Have a few questions I would like to ask and an idea to share.

Thanks again for the great app, and look forward to the future revisions!

Ben Henschel said on October 28, 2007

I must say it has been a joy using Snitter. Defiantly the best AIR Twitter app out there.

Thanks for the great app.

Brad Dielman said on October 28, 2007

Snitter rocks, Jonathan. Keep up the great work!

Scott Nell?? said on October 29, 2007

Webware recently did a spot on a few AIR-based twitter apps and snitter ended up as their top choice. Congrats, Jonathan!

Jason Kataropoulos said on October 31, 2007

It is obvious to be curious about disinterested users because you come from the world of the web where we have statistics and visitor tracking. This information provides you an idea of how visitors behave on a web site. On a desktop application things are different unless you send user behavior information somewhere where you can analyze and estimate user stereotypes.

To be honest, I downloaded and used the app once or twice. I never used it again because I realized that it will be another distraction from my work so I never got really into it on purpose!

It does look good though. It is a Snook interface!

Erkl said on November 04, 2007

I would love to create something. I want to give something back to the community that embraced me with loving (sorta') arms. Unfortunately I devote my time to creating nothing, files (and projects) that end up in the deep recess of my hard drive. But maybe thats creation too, eh?

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