This project is intended to be the cutest and full-featured, cross-platform (Android and iOS) client for Mastodon. I got the idea of making it after not getting satisfied with any iOS client I've tried, none of them support bookmarks! None of them respect instance-specific character limit! None of them support both, plus working notifications! I really love Tusky, but I own an iPhone and I can't use it. I love Mast so much, but no bookmarks, instance-specific character limit nor working notifications. Amaroq is not that beautiful to me, but it is the best I've tried so far… but unfortunately, no bookmarks nor character limit either.

Also, I started learning Flutter and Dart very recently, it's been kinda confusing, because it is quite different from what I was already used to. But I'm trying to learn by practice, by doing something that will actually benefit people, and not another shitty and useless project. Don't expect this to be finished any time soon (or ever), I will just probably give up in three days and forget about it. In case anyone is interested in working on it, please reach me at @avalos@cybre.space in Mastodon, or @avalos:cybre.space in Matrix; I will give you push access.

Also, in case I finish this thing (which I doubt), I'm planning to sell it on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store, so I can get money and buy stuff. It will remain free (as in freedom) though, you will be able to build it yourself from the code. But I will only sell it as long as I don't have to put my real address to comply with stupid laws. Otherwise, I will find a way to sell the Android app bundle directly… or just give it for free (as in free beer). Or simply a pay-what-you-want model, being $0 the minimum amount you can give.

License (GPLv3)

Copyright (C) 2020  Iván Ávalos <avalos@disroot.org>

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