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Apps with 'Built-in URL shortening' feature

  1. Choqok - KDE Micro-Blogging Client The name comes from an ancient Persian word, means Sparrow! Currently supports Twitter.com and Identi.ca services. It currently features: * Supporting Twitter.com micro-blogging service.
  2. Gwibber is an open source microblogging client for GNOME developed with Python and GTK. It brings the most popular social networking web services to your desktop and gives you the ability to control how you communicate.

    Discontinued

    The project seems to be no longer developed. Last verson, 3.6.0, released in October 2012, can be still downloaded from Launchpad.'s not in Ubuntu 14.04

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  3. Hotot, is a lightweight & open source microblogging desktop client for Twitter and Identi.ca, coding using Python language and designed for Linux.

    Discontinued

    The project has been discontinued on February 9, 2014.

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  4. Share images online with zero compression, completely free.
  5. T2m.io is another best URL shortener with branded links. It offers: Free amazing dashboard, UNLIMITED URL links with UNLIMITED clicks. Its also provides: Custom branded domain, full featured API, Bulk create via CSV Import & CSV exports, much more.
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  6. Neontools is a free 8-in-1 online marketing toolbox that makes essential digital tools accessible to everyone. Including a Hashtag-Analyzer, Micro Landing-Pages, URL shortener, and many more useful marketing tools.
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  7. GetSocial helps websites analyze content and social sharing activities while increasing traffic with social sharing buttons, popups, and email collection forms.
  8. Linkly is a tool to help affiliate marketers track clicks and improve revenues. Links supports click tracking, link cloaking, iPhone & Android app store redirection, geotargeting, retargeting, on site linkify words, automatic linking and more.
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  9. A mobile feedback and polling platform used primarily by event organizers, conference presenters, and university professors. Polls are accessible on all mobile platforms (even non-smartphones), with no app download required to participate.