The builders who created the now-discontinued Tweetbot shopper have added an edit button to Ivory, their app for Mastodon. This comes bundled with a few different updates for Ivory’s iOS app, together with the flexibility to report customers and posts, in addition to help for Mastodon’s server language translation providers.
Whereas Ivory’s nonetheless in early entry, Tapbots says there’s much more to come, like quote posts and help for customized occasion emoji. Up to now, Ivory permits you to edit your profile on Mastodon, suppress duplicate boosted posts, create content material warnings, and approve observe requests from personal accounts.
Identical to Tweetbot, Ivory’s a paid service, which implies you’ll must pay $1.99 per 30 days or $14.99 per yr for full entry to the iOS app. You too can demo it in read-only mode in the event you’re not able to commit simply but. There’s a macOS app in growth as nicely, however it’s presently out there as a restricted public alpha by means of Testflight.
Twitter initially mentioned it might begin making builders pay to entry its API on February ninth however has since delayed the rollout of the brand new system to an undetermined date. Entry to the API may value builders a lot as $100 per 30 days, and CEO Elon Musk has since hinted at a free tier with “mild, write-only” entry for Twitter bots that create “good” content material, no matter that may imply.