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gives you different choices for apps on each:-

Android:
Tusky - FREE
Subway Tooter - FREE
Fedilab - PAID

iOS :
Toot! - PAID
Mast - PAID
Amaroq - FREE

Web:
Pinafore - FREE
Halcyon - FREE

Desktop:
Whalebird - FREE
Tootle (Linux) - FREE
TheDesk - FREE
Hyperspace - FREE

SailfishOS:
Tooter - FREE


@pavi
Hey, welcome.
We should thank Mastodon, found this list in Mastodon menu itself, thought to share the list directly.

@Snehal_rasal
is Fedilab paid in play store? If people cannot afford they could download and install from @fdroidorg

@Snehal_rasal I’m trying out the free tootle app on iOS. Amaroq seems thin and stable. But tootle seems to have a bit more customisation and features. But seems a bit buggy. Could very well be that I’m new and still finding my way.

@InvertedChromosome
Read some iOS users are using Amaroq.
Keep reviewing for iOS users☺️👍

@Snehal_rasal sure!
I personally like so far, but that is not saying much given it’s been only a couple hours. It packs a lot more features in a small space. Good use of real estate and quite intuitive. I did not see this mentioned in any mastodon related docs so far though. It did crash a couple times . But the ease of use means I just have to bring it back again.

@InvertedChromosome @Snehal_rasal using Tootle, but search doesn’t work. Nor I can click on a hashtag to show toots related to it. Pity. Never tried Toot! as it’s paid, but looking for reviews.

@itzkavin We have this list in Mastodon menu itself so tooted it out for all. I searched for Sailfish, and yes some companies are trying to bring it back, have no idea about the existing ones.
Maybe someone here can enlighten us more on Sailfish.

@Snehal_rasal Sailfish was an ambitious alternative OS, developed over Nokia's another ambitious OS project, MeeGo. But currently in life support due to lack of hardware support.

@Snehal_rasal
If you are on Android, check out the free+open source app store @fdroidorg !

Fedilab is free on there and it's a great first step for getting away from Google's monopoly and data hoarding :)

@unicorn @fdroidorg
I have tried Tusky so far and it has turned out to be quite smooth, will also try Fedilab and see☺️👍

@Snehal_rasal I have tried both and personally like #Tusky more due to its simplicity, but everyone should find their favourite!

#Fedilab has some advantages like more features, integration of other federated services like #PeerTube and others that I probably forgot.

@Snehal_rasal Fedilab is paid app in Playstore. Free version can be downloaded through FDroid. But I like Tusky better.

@naveensurendar I haven't tried Fedilab yet, thanks for the review. Tusky is good, but I keep switching to webpage in between, got more comfortable with web.

@Snehal_rasal I like over . Too many apps crowding the phone so not sure if I want to dload every app and try.

@svaksha As I mentioned earlier Tusky is quite efficient, Fedilab has some additional features and others have mentioned it is free on f-droid.
Ofcourse we don't need to try out every other app, everyone has suggested which one's better. Hope it helps😁

@Snehal_rasal
Fedilab is only paid in Google Play - it's free on FDroid. Also, for Web, add Brutaldon.

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