Of course, I didn't get a reply yet. But, the free app always had links to donation platforms for months.
I suspect a strange move to keep only one app (the paid one) after reports. Though, I don't update the free version, it was a good way to know what Fedilab is and then go to Fdroid or to the paid version.
But if it's only about payments policy violation, I think it will be harder to shutdown the paid version that does respect everything on that point.
- "+1" issue with compact mode => Fixed
- Spell checker not working with quick replies => Fixed
- Ability to hide toast messages after an action => Added
Oh well! The free version of #Fedilab has been removed by Google.
I know people started to report it. But... Why the reason is for "payments policy violation"? I appealed for that but I will not re-upload anything for this version.
Don't forget to get it with #Fdroid: https://f-droid.org/en/packages/fr.gouv.etalab.mastodon/
or the version built from sources. Follow @mastalab for links to apk.
Strangely, the paid version is not *currently* affected.
You often mention #Fedilab as battery drain. That's due the use of websockets with the streaming API (for live notifications). The app doesn't use third party libraries such Firebase (for tracking purposes). So, I made things clearer in settings with a dedicated entry. Now, unclear or unknown features will have a description.
Translators contributed a lot for these new strings, thank you for their work 👍
Now that I fixed mentions, improved settings and added more way to compress media. I will play with a wysiwyg for #Pleroma
Un mois au refuge : juin 2019
I will need some beta testers using the paid app. You can opt-in in the app description. Thanks. #Fedilab
The release 2.8.0 had a lot of new features, you can have a look to release notes here:
You can disable the quick reply feature in settings if you don't like to reply below statuses.
For other questions, let me know.
OK. Some people keep rating the app one star because I don't block an instance.
Unfortunately, their lack of comprehension concerning the Fediverse (manipulated by some propaganda) make they think that the app is not safe to use.
You have every tools with the app to avoid interacting with people you don't want to see.
#Fedilab is a multifunctional Android client to access the distributed Fediverse, consisting of microblogging, photo sharing and video hosting
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