It’s time again for another recApp of the latest apps to hit the App.net Directory. Some interesting stuff in this batch: the 2nd Windows Phone client, an App.net command line tool for Mac and a web app for the stats-loving folks out there; just to name a few. Now have at it!
Chimp - for iPhone - Chimp is an iOS client for ADN. It runs on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Supports (multiple) image and video in posts upload to your ADN File Storage. The accompanying website chimp.li is used to give you an overview of media created with Chimp. @ludolphus
Kirby - for Windows Phone - Kirby is a Windows Phone client for App.net. Kirby has a clean user interface, makes efficient use of your bandwidth and will intelligently load posts in the background. The current version of Kirby has the basics of App.net covered. Created by @griff
Wry - for Mac - Wry is a command-line App.net tool for Mac OS X 10.7+. With Wry, you can interact with your stream, send posts, follow users, et al — all through the power of the command line. Send a quick post. Find a user. Grab a glance of the global stream. Created by @hoop33
Alphred for Alfred 2 - for Mac - Alphred is a distraction-free Alfred 2 posting workflow, so you can just post your thoughts to App.net without launching any apps, and while running any other application. Simply type “adn” followed by your post. Created by @mina
Spinnaker - for Windows - A client to easily post anytime out of your Windows installation by simply pressing a shortcut (ctrl-shift-p). It support multiple clients, username completion and image upload. It usually lives in the system tray as an icon. Spinnaker is Open Source (BSD license). Created by @lighun
Appneticus - for the Web - Appneticus is a service that provides statistical data about App.net. Appneticus tries to be as complete as possible when it comes to data analysis and provides data about activity on App.net: users, apps, hashtags, and more… Created by @adrianus
Vidcast - for the Web - Vidcast lets you watch online videos and chat with your friends over app.net. Viewers can request YouTube, Vimeo, or SoundCloud links and the DJ organizes the requests into a playlist that everybody watches simultaneously. Created by @duerig, @ryantharp & @q