AppNet Rhino, the First App.Net iPhone App, Becomes Its First iPad App Too! - Netokracija CEE

AppNet Rhino, the First App.Net iPhone App, Becomes Its First iPad App Too!

AppNet Rhino, the first-to-market iPhone App.Net client is getting a significant update during the next week. The most significant feature is iPad support which now makes AppNet Rhino the first iPhone and iPad app for App.Net! The Croatian duo, iOS development agency Planet 1107 and Twinkle Tap, the studio which designed the app, have been working on this update ever since the first version was released; App.Net's users gave them a lot of feedback that made the upgrade easier.

AppNet Rhino is coming to iPad as well!

AppNet Rhino, the first-to-market iPhone App.Net client is getting a significant update during the next week. The most significant feature is  iPad support which now makes AppNet Rhino the first iPhone and iPad app for App.Net! The Croatian duo, iOS development agency Planet 1107 and Twinkle Tap, the studio which designed the app, have been working on this update ever since the first version was released; App.Net’s users gave them a lot of feedback that made the upgrade easier.

We talked to Goran Vukšić, CEO of Planet 1107 who gave Netocratic some insight into what can Rhino users expect from 1.1 update:

  • Repost and delete a post functionality;
  • Muting and unmuting users;
  • A better and more functional conversation view – you’ll be able to post replies directly from it now;
  • Swiping a post to the left will bring up the conversation view, while swiping it to the right will bring out post options;
  • Minor bug fixes.

Rhino is a free application for App.Net, the new social platform which doesn’t have any ads on it, but you have to pay $50/year to use it. Over 15 thousand users are already a part of it. If you’re one of them, download Rhino and give it a try!

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