‘Rhino Is the First Native iOS Client for App.net to Charge Into the App Store’

Christine Chan reviews the first App.net client to hit Apple’s App Store: >Rhino still has a long way to go before it can replace the beta software that I’ve been using on my iPhone, but I guess it’s a start for ADN users who haven’t gotten into a beta. I’d agree with her assessment of…

Christine Chan reviews the first App.net client to hit Apple’s App Store:
>Rhino still has a long way to go before it can replace the beta software that I’ve been using on my iPhone, but I guess it’s a start for ADN users who haven’t gotten into a beta.

I’d agree with her assessment of the app, it’s a nice app, but it has a long ways to go. There are tons of beta ADN apps floating around and many have many more features than Rhino currently offers. What’s most intriguing to me is that the app is free — why be first if you have no way to make money?

Regardless, if you use App.net (and you should) and don’t have any beta iOS apps to use — Rhino is leagues better than using web apps.

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