Mastodon apps for Android: Tusky, Fedilab

Mastodon apps for iOS: Toot!, Mast, Amaroq

There is no app called “Mastodon” because anyone can develop an app (and the aforementioned ones are made by independent developers). You can also use the website on your phone, it works quite well and has 100% of the features.

For a more complete list of apps see

@Orzesnet @SubwayTooter Sorry, indeed I have! Which is a shame because the subway tooter developer is very talented and hard working and very quick to add new features for new versions of Mastodon.

@joel_mathew93 @Gargron give #FedilabLite a try too, if you only use mastodon or pleroma. Fedilab classic is heavier cause it's pixelfed and peertube compatible

@Gargron you guys are rocking in India, please do not change.
Don't let abusers abuse.

@HeyerHeroine No, I think most of them support adding multiple accounts

@Gargron At this subject, I think for later mass adoption that Mastodon should pick one app for each mobile system and rename it Mastodon. It could be confusing for new members to see different names for the same service. It does not avoid to have several app next to the principal mobile app as well.

@Gargron thanks for this infor, i logged into my mastodon account through the web, and just downloaded tusky. I am happy to be here. You gave us one of the best......!! i can do without twitter

@Gargron #Avalanch is a pretty good looking masto app as well. Still in beta but really nice UI. No poll support tho last time i checked.

@Gargron there's an app called [name of your instance here] that you can install from your web browser on any platform that supports PWAs.

In this case, I knew mastodon had a several clients but I searched "mastodon" in the f-Droid and play store when I joined mastodon and I can't find "mastodon" app but some apps that I called them clients. I think "mastodon" app can be developed by you or someone else that introduces mastodon apps, instances and something like voting for new features for new comers to this big federal social network.

After all I'm using fedilab, Tusky, subway tooter beside web site. With best regards 💓

@soh We could always try to make a sign-in-to-any-instance fork of the app. That one feels like the official Mastodon interface.

I saw in app suggestions in play store and I wanted to test, thank you for mentioning me to remember. I'll install after this toot. But do you want to fork this app or did you develop this app?

I tested app and unfortunately I didn't like it. It's lightweight and has a good ui but it's just for that instance. But if you want to fork it for another-instances-sign-in-option , it's a good idea. Because this idea looks like a "lite" versions of the apps, like Twitter light, LinkedIn light,... And in this case, mastodon light app.

Yes, actually I didn't realize well your toot, because my lack of English. I couldn't understand what you were saying when I writing that mention. So forgive me :)
Anyway, I tested this app, and even signing up, but I removed fast :)

@Gargron Tusky is slow at times. The browser app is pretty good too.

@ConradBarwa @Gargron theres a free version of mast on ios as well called Roma.

@Gargron Thanks. Unfortunately, all iOS apps are paid apps until now

@Gargron ya saving website to home screen on iOS works like charm 🔥

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