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Owl is a “message board client” for OS X and Windows. It offers a simplfied user interface to browse message boards. It is currently compatible with Tapatalk 4.x and most vBulletin 3.x message boards.
 
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Please check the [http://wiki.owlclient.com/index.php?title=FAQ FAQ] for commonly asked questions.
 
Please check the [http://wiki.owlclient.com/index.php?title=FAQ FAQ] for commonly asked questions.

Latest revision as of 17:01, 15 June 2016


Owl Client Screenshot

What is Owl?

Owl is a “message board client” for OS X and Windows. It offers a simplfied user interface to browse message boards. It is currently compatible with Tapatalk 4.x and most vBulletin 3.x message boards.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please check the FAQ for commonly asked questions.

Mac App Store

Twitter

Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/owlclient

Releases

  • Version 0.7.5 released - 2016-06-02
  • Version 0.7.4 released - 2016-04-26
  • Version 0.7.3 released - 2016-02-26
  • Version 0.7.2 released - 2015-01-22 (Based on Qt 5.4)
  • Version 0.7.1 released - 2014-10-13
  • Version 0.7.0 released - 2014-09-27
  • Version 0.5.0 released - 2014-09-22 (Based on Qt 4.8)

History

Owl was originally developed by Adalid Claure (aclaure@gmail.com). Many of the icons were created by Robert Burnham (burntham77@gmail.com). The original Owl Encryptor plugin for vBulletin was written by Joe DiBiasi (joedibiasi@gmail.com).

Owl is named in the spirit of the popular OSX email client, Sparrow, from which many UX ideas were taken.