tooot - fediverse and Mastodon

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About this app

tooot is an open source, simple yet elegant Mastodon mobile client. A Mastodon ( account is required to use this app.

tooot supports:
- Cross platform, including iPadOS and MacOS
- Multiple accounts
- Dark mode or adapt to system
- Adjustable toot font size
- Push notification

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Updated on
Feb 3, 2023

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509 reviews
David Elliott
January 9, 2023
I am relatively new to Mastodon. To that end, I am still trying to get to grips with the platform. The apps available all seem to have some significant differences. Tooot has features such as drafts being retained, that seem to be absent on other apps. It's not perfect, for example, when writing a reply to someone, there is no way to scroll down to see the text of the toot being replied to. As there is no 'Quote tooting', not being able to quote ad hoc is a bit of a bind. But, still a good app
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Nino Kadic
November 25, 2022
EDIT: They fixed the edit button in the new update and the app seems to run quicker as well. Absolutely the best Android app for Mastodon now! Love the UI, but the three dot menu doesn't work and there's no notification count indicator on the bell icon. So close to being the perfect app, not sure why they haven't fixed it yet.
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tre murillo
January 30, 2023
generally very nice mastodon client, especially considering it was almost entirely built by one person. a couple things that would make it even better: push notifications and in-app notif badge don't seem to work at all. Also, proactively fetching when the app is resumed would be amazing.
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