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This New App Is Your Passport To Hassle-Free Account Management

The Twitter-like yet spam-less social network has been around since August last year. But it's only now that an official iOS app has been released. The app is called Passport. You may be wondering why it's not simply called, just as the official iOS app of Twitter is simply called Twitter. Well, that's because Passport functions in a markedly different way from how Twitter for iOS does. Passport is actually the official account management app. If you have an account, you can use Passport to update your profile by uploading a photo and cover image as well as entering a short bio. You can also use the app to find and follow other users (including AppAdvice). What's more, with Passport, you can discover and download some great third-party clients (like Netbot, Riposte, and Felix) and apps (like Pocket and Drafts). [caption id="attachment_413277" align="aligncenter" width="270"] Passport[/caption] What's that? You don't have an account yet? Not to worry, since you can sign up for right from Passport. Last February, introduced a freemium tier whereby existing premium users can invite non-users to sign up for the network for free. Now, with Passport, you don't need to get invited. You can just sign up for a free account by tapping the "Need account?" option in the app's login screen. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.1 or later, Passport is available now in the App Store for free. Check out these other posts here on AppAdvice: App Showdown: Netbot Vs. Felix Vs. Rivr: A Battle Of The iPhone Apps, Felix For Updated With Color Themes, Multiple Account Support And More, and Thanks To Its New Update, Riposte Now Lets You Access Like A Pro. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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