Ost is a minimalistic social media client that runs inside the browser. The service has been undergoing private beta testing until now.
They have now gone public and anyone can create an account and start using it to manage their social profiles. Read more [...]
Dlvr.it has become the latest platform to add support for App.net.
Users of dlvr.it can now schedule auto-posting of their content to App.net along with other networks like Twitter and Facebook.
App.net of course is a paid social network pretty Read more [...]
Tapbots has updated their Netbot mobile app for the Apple iOS devices.
This app is similar to Tweetbot but connects to the App.net platform instead.
The updated app feature experimental support for searching in addition to push notifications.
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App.net gets a new mobile client for the iOS platform by the makers of Tweetbot.
Tapbots is now selling a new app named Netbot. It is a mobile client for iPad and iPhone for the App.net platform.
It also allows you to cross post to your Twitter Read more [...]
App.net has introduced a new plan for folks who wants to check out their platform with a smaller duration subscription.
You can now subscribe to their platform for USD 5 per month.
They have also lowered the prices of yearly subscription. Read more [...]
App.net founder Dalton Caldwell has revealed in separate posts that App.net is now catering to more than 17500 users. All of these users have of course paid to back/join the service platform.
Caldwell also revealed that the service has now seen Read more [...]
Goran Vuksic has released a mobile app named AppNet Rhino for Apple iOS devices. This is probably the first dedicated app catering to App.net users on iOS devices.
As you would know, App.net is similar in nature to Twitter but is not offering Read more [...]