Currently (at the very present) I'm adding the build data for Tusky to F-Droid and submitting that as soon as I can. I've received a lot of requests to resubmit the app to their store and inquiries about it.
It could take a while to be approved and hit their next build & release cycle. So it will likely be a couple of days before it can appear on F-Droid.
Tusky 1.1.3 is currently rolling out on Google Play and will be available on the Amazon app store tomorrow! It includes direct messages, profile editing, and viewing your mute list and follow requests.
Also, *many* new translations contributed by generous people: Japanese, Polish, Dutch, Turkish, and Arabic.
There's a Tusky update coming hopefully soon, mostly to address missing features including direct messages, profile editing, a mute list, and follow requests. Also, a BUNCH of new translations.
Right now I'm talking with F-Droid to see if I can get the app back in their store, and working on the follow requests, but everything else is checked off.
Some Mastodon instances with higher security TLS configurations are not working in Tusky on Android 7.0. This is due to a regression in its system SSL library—fixed in Android 7.1—where the only supported elliptic curve is secp256r1.
As far as I know, there isn't anything that can be fixed on Tusky's part, aside from shipping its own SSL library, which is too big an undertaking.
Sorry to folks who can't use the app because of this.
Tusky 1.1.2 is now out on google play! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.keylesspalace.tusky
It primarily addresses crashes and login errors, but there's a few small additions. Also a french translation was added and updated german translation.