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Lists have arrived to Birdie. Performance is better than ever. The app is much more stable than it ever was. We've got a refreshed user interface, which not only allows us to have a better optimized application, but also provides a more polished user interface. The changes are subtle but essential. You can now load older tweets. And we've finally got autocompletion for users and hashtags.

We believe everyone should be able to enjoy Birdie. This is why starting with this release, we are providing packages for multiple distributions. We had announced we would be support Arch Linux, Fedora 20, Ubuntu 14.04 and elementary OS Isis, and today we can reveal that the list is even bigger. openSUSE is officially supported, and we are also providin…

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Birdie 0.3 "Konversacio" is now available. Since the last release, we've been refining Birdie to meet the high standards our users expect. We don't want it to crash or slow down, just like our users don't.

This releases implements a long-awaited feature, threaded conversations, and comes with the usual bug fixes and improvements. Translations have been updated, bugs have been squashed and Birdie's reliability is better than ever. We've made Granite optional, so you can enjoy Birdie on more distributions. We've integrated Birdie with the latest Ubuntu versions. Overall, this release has been about polish.

With this update, we can now move our focus to the next big milestone: Birdie 1.0. We think this version is a great foundation for the …