PBtweet powers up your Twitter web experience on Google Chrome
PBtweet, on the other hand, works just fine in webkit-based browsers like Chrome and Safari and it brings a more powerful interface to Twitter's web client.
Save that script into your User Scripts folder and activate support using the --enable-user-scripts switch, and you're ready to rock. PBtweet adds several handy features including auto-refresh, threaded replies, short URL expansion, translation, retweeting, and picture thumbnails from sites like Twitpic and Tumblr.
For a touch of eye candy, PBtweet makes use of Webkit's support for CSS3 transition effects. If you'd prefer not to monkey around with a Userscript, there's even a bookmarklet you can use to activate the features.
Not sure how to enable Userscripts in Google Chrome? Chrome Plugins spells it all out.