Download Spaz and get hold of a simple client for Twitter and other microblogging services. With Spaz you will have your most usual actions all at hand


Simple Twitter client

July 29, 2013
8 / 10

There is a wide range of Twitter desktop clients, but if you are looking for a lightweight client with a clear and pleasant-looking interface, you should choose to download Spaz.

A Twitter desktop client that goes straight to the point

The developers of Spaz haven't chosen to design a Twitter desktop client that integrates dozens of services and functionalities, but have gone straight to the point instead. It integrates URL shorteners such as and other very common functions that we can turn to on this social network. All the latter under a simple and user-friendly interface, specifically conceived to make Twitter fast and easy to use. Furthermore, it is compatible with similar projects like and StatusNet, previously known as Laconica.

With Spaz you can manage accounts on and StatusNet, as well as Twitter.


  • Twitter desktop client compatible with and StatusNet.
  • Sober and simple interface design.
  • Account's activity distributed by areas.
  • Search functions on the timeline.
  • Customizable interface.
  • URL shortener.

With Spaz you can follow all your activities on the popular microblogging social network, in both a general and specific manner. You can obtain a global view of your timeline or filter the latter by the tweets sent, marked as favourites or user lists, among other options.

Download Spaz and make the most of a lightweight Twitter desktop client, without any complications at all.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Requires Adobe AIR.
  • Each time it is started it offers your the possibility to update the application to the latest Beta version.
Elies Guzmán

With a degree in History, and later, in Documentation, I have over a decade of experience testing and writing about apps: reviews, guides, articles, news, tricks, and more. They have been countless, especially on Android, an operating system...

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