This Week’s RecApp

We have some new apps to share with you all that have recently popped up in the Directory. There is a new dedicated photo sharing app for iPhone, a new group messaging app also for iPhone, a specialized Android client that focuses on starred posts and a WordPress plugin for sharing your blog posts on ADN. Last weekend we hosted the 3rd official ADN Hackathon in San Francisco and we saw a lot of cool projects in the works that we hope to be able to share with you in the future so stay tuned.

 

whisperWhisper for iPhone - Designed for keeping up with your friends while on the go, Whisper provides multi-person chat built on the power of the ADN private messaging system. Share everything all in one conversation view, for the fastest, and most fun, chat app you’ll ever use.  Created by @riposte

 

 

 

pixterPixterfor iPhone - Pixter is a photo sharing app that you can trust. Pixter is ad-free, meaning we don’t sell our users information to advertisers to run the service. Features include: Live Filters, share and upload photos from your library, timeline view of photos from friends you follow, export photos, import photos from Instagram, share photos to ADN and annotation support.  Created by @metarain

 

 

 

Posts to ADNPosts to ADN - Posting ServicePosts to ADN is a WordPress plugin and it pretty much sums it up. Every time you publish a new article, a new post is created on your App.net account. You can custom your status format with all kinds of variables: title, link, excerpt, author, and tags. It also supports link entities and bit.ly URL shortening. Created by @maximevalette

 

 

 

aurifyAurify - for Android - Aurify aims to fulfill one main feature: creating and managing your starred posts (or “aurified” posts as they are called in the app). View your stream, view your ‘aurified’ stream, create new text posts, and view profiles of users you follow. Created by @shoerust

 

 

 

That’s it for this week’s recApp.  You can find the full catalog of ADN apps in the App.net Directory.

Note: the descriptions provided here are written by the developers; modified slightly for format and length.