Open source and lightweight Anyone who uses Linux on their desktops or laptops should be using this on their androids. The stock twitter app has adware and twidere is open and fully featured but heavier than I'd like.. So mustard the way to go for me.
Still works Used this for long time.thanks macno
Used to be good I used to use this for StatusNet, but now every time I try to view a conversation it crashes. This used to be the only good client for StatusNet on Android. Now there is none.
Crash on htc one x After modified settings the application crash completely... Fail
Numerous bugs The App crashes whenever I switch back from Account Settings, no matter if there were or weren't any changes made. Also, I always get the prompt "a problem occured while resizing your avatar" when trying to change my profile picture for identi.ca. Sometimes the app doesn't display the status updates properly but leaves a part of the screen black instead. I like the simplicity and design of the app and would love to see these bugs fixed. Device: HTC Desire Classic with Cyanogen
Twitter, without the bells and whistles. Stable for daily use; low memory footprint; white-on-black theme. @connect tab not implemented; tweets randomly go missing throughout the day; no option to list follower in tweets. (Having to memorize user-names and manually typing them out whilst constructing a tweet... A big no-no!)
Fixed a bug in conversation view
Upgraded to Twitter API 1.1
On statusnet instances Mustard handles correctly max attachment size.
Fixed a bug on account settings, now Mustard does not crash when exiting Account Settings