This morning I released a new version of RoboHydra, my tool to play around and fiddle with HTTP and WebSocket _responses_. It's useful to test API clients (including mobile apps), help setup frontend-focused development environments, and more:
It doesn't really have any changes, just a small security update, and I don't expect to actively work on it for the time being, but it might be useful for someone.
If you care about the free and open web you shouldn't use Chrome based browsers.
Thread with more details: https://twitter.com/spotfoss/status/1351624743510827015
The alternative to also try out, of course, is using the instance's website on mobile, too.
After using both Toot! and Mast for a couple of days, I'd say that Toot! seems better for managing and reading timelines of who you already follow, while Mast is better at discovering new people and events.
Mast seemingly lacks support for notifications, but is (in my opinion) a bit more thought through design and user experience wise; Toot! relies on a lot of text labeled buttons.
I'll keep using both for a while to decide, but for now these are my observations so far.
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