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Toot v1.7 is out!

itunes.apple.com/fi/app/toot/i

This version adds support for lists, and pinning hashtags. You can switch lists using the header of the home screen, and pinned hashtags work similarly but on the instance tab. You add users to lists from the ... menu on their profile pages.

There are also a few small bugfixes.

Unfortunately if you were looking forward to it, this version does not have the iPad interface yet. It's still half done and is disabled in this build.

I just got the lists and tags features done, and thought I might as well push those out now instead of waiting on the bigger interface work to finish.

Looks like 1.7 has a small bug where the local and federated timelines are swapped. I have a fix ready and submitted for it, but of course that is when Apple decided to reject the update because they can't find half the features of the app.

Sigh. It will be out when it is out.

Toot v1.7.1 is 𝘧𝘪𝘯𝘢𝘭𝘭𝘺 out!

itunes.apple.com/fi/app/toot/i

This version fixes the mixed up local and federated tootlines, and has some minor changes to make Apple happier. Enjoy!

@tootapp Speaking of the iPad interface, any thoughts on how it’ll work for image-heavy instances? I’m on Mastodon.art and there’s a crap ton of images that get posted. I’d tried using the client Mast but on iPad it forced you into a multicolumn layout no matter which orientation the device was in, and it really seemed very wasteful in terms of screen real estate, especially when your timeline is a lot of images.

@virtualwolf Current plan is a single column with a side bar, and maybe a way to pin extra columns in some later version.

@tootapp not sure if it’s from this update but somehow the local and federated timelines have been swapped? Local shows the federated, and vice versa.

@coffeentacos Could be, I did mess around with that code quite a bit.

@Groosha I mean, the rule is good: Social media apps must have proper reporting and blocking tools.

It's just that Toot does have those, the reviewer just didn't bother clicking on a toot first.

@tootapp that's exactly what I meant. It's Apple's fault that their moderation sucks, but you still lose your time and have to re-apply.
Google is even worse, they delete whole accounts for almost no reasons and you cannot do anything (even contact human support)

@tootapp It’s always in the last place Apple looked. Which is. Right in front of them.
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