As such, Riposte is said to be designed specifically for App.net, complete with native support for stream marker, interactions, and other features of the premium Twitter-like social network.
Riposte also boasts a number of other features including: full-screen view, single-thumb navigation, interactive push notifications, 1Password support, and VoiceOver integration.
In addition, it offers a neat option for hiding “hop-ons,” that is, hiding replies from users who aren’t part of the main thread in conversations.
Released just a couple of days ago, Riposte has already received its first significant update mere hours ago. The update delivers some fixes plus the following improvements:
- Added new Riposte Link Shortening Service. When pasting links into a post, if they’re a little too long, tap the link shortener button and they’ll get replaced with short URLs.
Added Readability for saving links to read later.
- Added option to choose between Instapaper and Readability mobilizers in web views.
- Added option to disable landscape orientation in web views.
- Email nicely-formatted conversations. They’re a nearly-exact replica of the Riposte conversation view, so you can share them exactly as you read them.
- Removed the “@” from usernames if the username display setting is enabled. It’s much easier to read this way (thanks @dwineman).
Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 6.0 or later, Riposte is available now in the App Store for $4.99.