Hey guys, me and @meap decided to create a native iPhone client for App.net over the weekend. Here is our result after 48 hours. Submitting to the AppStore today. The app is really really simple and has to be conservative.
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10 months ago
Now I kinda want to buy an account ;P nice work as usual!
PS: Don't you think that product-wise App.net got too close to twitter?
@musHo Yep, guess it's not a bad thing though.
Make the corners of the app rounded, and fix the tab bar reflection. Apart from that, it looks great! :)
@Ari Rounded corners are being done automatically in iOS6. I actually like the TabBar reflection.
@Robin Raszka Rounded corners are being done automatically in iOS 6? Do you have a source, or a specific place to search for that info on the Dev site (I have access)?
TabBar reflection is cool idea!
@Robin Raszka It's looking exquisite for an app coming out so quickly! I cannot wait to finally have a good looking iOS client.
Looks very nice Robin, takes me back to the hayday of Tweetie/Twitter for iOS.
Very cool and simple app good luck guys :)
Oh, hey, it's that new free Twitter service. And it only costs $50 to sign up. Oh, wait...
The BackButton on Conversation looks a bit too much like it's in pressed state. But it looks amazing!
@Tom Klaver That's actually a pressed state.
@Robin Raszka Haha oh well then :D
what do the dots on the top left of the title bar do?
@Jenni Leder Switches between Global View and User Timeline.
I need this like Walter White needs Methylamine
iOS 6 adds a 2.5 pt radius, which doesn't look very good IMO. You can still get the clean 5pt radius if you add them to your assets: http://blog.maxthemes.com/post/30026698309/black-status-bar-in-ios-6-gives-apps-slightly-rounded
Also, @Robin Raszka what did you use to create the phone render used in the teaser?
SO ready for this. I'll definitely start using App.net more once there is an iOS app and this looks beautiful!
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