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elliotjaystocks
    Something else I missed whilst I was away: Netbot! Amazing. Effectively using Tweetbot to interact with App.Net might actually make me start using the service again! http://tapbots.com/software/netbot/
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    samuellinde
      @elliotjaystocks Welcome back! And agreed, @netbot makes the experience much more enjoyable.
      cdn
        @elliotjaystocks there are many other clients in the App Store… some are even specifically for appnet ;)
        andrewh
          @elliotjaystocks Have you looked at any of the ground-up ADN clients? Some great Devs working on innovating with the platform.
          alanfluff
            @elliotjaystocks Not using Netbot for App.Net? You'll be wearing flares next.
            feather
              @elliotjaystocks agreed completely. Now, just need to figure out connecting app.net to twitter as well. Suggestions?
              fehler
                @doc @elliotjaystocks It’s more focused craic, for sure, and @netbot makes a world of difference.
                caz
                  @feather you should be able to cross post onto twitter from netbot. Tap on avatar and it should allow you to select your twitter account to cross post to also.
                  mattbalara
                    @feather I’ve been meaning to check if @ifttt can do that… @elliotjaystocks
                    vincentp
                      @feather @elliotjaystocks You can cross post from Netbot to twitter. Click new message icon, then click on the "New Post" text, this will bring a drop down and you can select your twitter account to cross post to there :D
                      mattbalara
                        @feather You can also auto-cross post everything from app.net to twitter with @ifttt @elliotjaystocks
                        69
                          @mattbalara didn't Twitter revoke ifttt or something like that?
                          mattbalara
                            @69 they killed triggers, so twitter > ADN don’t work, but the other direction does.