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iPhone app showdown: App.net clients

At a Glance

A new take on Tweetbot, but this time geared towards App.net instead of Twitter, Netbot is feature-rich, cleverly designed, and a joy to use. Once the app implements push notifications, it may well achieve flawlessness.

Price when rated: $5.00
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Rhino is fairly easy on the eyes, and offers simple navigation, too. But it suffers occasional interface glitches, and lacks any extras while you're composing posts.

Price when rated: Free

At a Glance

Avoid this App.net client. Its interface is one only a programmer could love; it's hampered by bugginess, and it's unpleasant to use.

Price when rated: $1.00

At a Glance

If Netbot strikes you as over-complicated, Felix's sepia-toned, streamlined interface may be more your style. It's attractive and offers a nice collection of power-user features like push notifications, native reposts, and more.

Price when rated: $5.00

At a Glance

Thanks to its attractive design and built-in push notifications, Adian offers a simple but passable feature set for App.net. Occasionally, though, its interface lacks polish, and sometimes that means certain tasks take too many taps.

Price when rated: $5.00

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