Tusky for Mastodon

4.0
3.47K reviews
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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
Jul 11, 2022

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4.0
3.47K reviews
thealien lives
November 20, 2022
I'm rating it 3 stars because it doesn't have a Direct Message tab, which the web implements, and the button sensitivity is too strict. If I tap slightly off left or right of the boost button's pixels, or the like button's pixels, I end up loading a toot and it wasn't what was intended. The trigger area of the buttons should be larger, at least horizontally. edit: learned the buttons are being addressed, 4 stars!
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Aaron Fernando
November 12, 2022
I'm liking this app way more than the official Mastodon app (which was rushed out) specifically because it makes it very easy to view the different timelines: people I follow; people in my instance; the federated timeline; and then specific lists I've made. It feels a lot like the Twitter app (esp if, in settings, you choose always expand CWs and always show media) The one feature I'd love is to be able to add and edit lists from this app (right now can only do it on the web interface)
55 people found this review helpful
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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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What's new

- Support for Unified Push. To activate the support you will have to relogin into your accounts.
- The number of responses to a post is now indicated in timelines
- Images can now by cropped while composing a post.
- Profiles now show the date when they were created.
- When viewing a list the title is now displayed in the toolbar.
- A lot of bugfixes
- translation improvements