9.1 is out! We made some small adaptions to be compatible with Mastodon 3, fixed a handful of bugs and improved performance a little bit. :blobcat:

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In case you were wondering about our versioning: Everytime we do a release that has new features we increase the first part of the version number and set the second one to 0, and when we do a release that has only optimizations under the hood, we increase the second part.
Usually it goes like this: one release with features, then one with fixes, one features and so on, but it doesn't always have to be like this.

@Tusky I think it is a good way for versionning apps, it is hard to apply the semantic versionning to an Android app IMO.

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