Tusky for Mastodon

3.5
3.18K reviews
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Content rating
Mature 17+
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About this app

Tusky is a lightweight client for Mastodon (https://joinmastodon.org/), a free and open-source social network server. It supports all Mastodon features, like photos, videos, lists, custom emojis and is designed according to material guidelines.
You can choose between a dark and a light theme in Tusky. It has notifications and a drafts feature.
Tusky is free and open source software licensed under the GPL-3.0. The source code is available at https://github.com/tuskyapp/Tusky
Updated on
May 17, 2022

Data safety

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3.5
3.18K reviews
Kelson Vibber
April 15, 2022
Impressed at how smoothly it works, especially with multiple accounts on both Mastodon and Pixelfed. Sharing from another app asking which account you want to post as is a particularly nice touch - I've had trouble with other apps (such as Instagram) where I share a photo and discover at the last stage of editing that it's on the wrong account. The only things I miss are having a dedicated space for DMs and being able to set the focus point on image uploads.
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David Behsman
January 31, 2021
A couple little bugs need to be worked out. The delayed timer for posting doesn't work. It's a wonderful feature, but I've tried it three times and it has failed to work. Also, in the followers column, it doesn't tell you if you're following them back like how it does on the website. Another thing, when I post a video from YouTube, the app takes you to YouTube instead of playing the video inside the app. I like the website better for this. Otherwise, it seems okay.
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A Google user
July 8, 2019
I've found it to be a better and more stable alternative to tootdon! I was apprehensive at first because I was so used to the other platform but the quality has been leaps better. Easily can access my own profile and can scroll through pictures without having to click on each individual pic. Would recommend!
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What's new

- Support for new Mastodon 3.5 notification types
- The bot badge now looks better and adjusts to the selected theme
- Text can now be selected on the post detail view
- Fixed a lot of bugs, including one that prevented logins on Android 6 and lower