February 22, 2014
The popular App.net client app Riposte has just been updated with several notable enhancements. First off, the latest update to Riposte applies some design tweaks to better match the flat and simple visual style of iOS 7. It also brings various user interface improvements, including improved colors for the app's dark mode and font choices for all interface strings. The update also adds integration with OvershareKit, the open-source iOS sharing library developed by Riposte co-creator Jared Sinclair within his recently released Unread feed reader app. Perhaps most notably, though, the update adds support for native cross-posting to Twitter, allowing you to hit two birds (i.e., App.net and Twitter) with one stone (i.e., the same post). Note, however, that this feature is available only to Pro users of Riposte. The latest update to Riposte also delivers the following fixes:
The new version of Riposte is available now in the App Store for free. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later. Riposte was optimized with iOS 7 compatibility on the day of the launch of the operating system itself in September last year. For information on the app's previous major updates, see also: Riposte For App.net Updated With OmniFocus And Things Integration Plus More and Riposte Updated With Background Posting, App.net Passport Support And More. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
- I have … no name! Fixed a crasher when viewing posts from users without display names. Do not fear the ob-stackles in yo path.
- Improved smart punctuation: ellipses, en- and em- dashes. The correct single quote is used for decade abbreviations, too. Helps when you’re quoting lines from E.T., like “This is the ’80s, Greg.”
- Fixed a couple of bugs exposed by future versions of iOS.
- Improved the ordering of user search results when typing an @mention or when using the user search feature.
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