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Tent apps

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Posted by Jeena

I often would like to welcome new Tent users with a list of apps they can use so they realize that Tent is not just the tent.is website but much more. Therefore here is the list so I can link to it :) I will only link to apps in active development.

Microbloging

The microblogging apps are the ones which do the same thing as the tent.is website, basically copying Twitter.

Bungloo

Bungloo

Bungloo is the desktop client I myself am developing, you can run it on Windows, Linux and OS X. It is developed as a open source app and is free of charge right now but in the future (most likely when Tent becomes version 1.0) I will bundle it differently and sell it.

Bungloo screenshot

Download Bungloo, Source code, Flattr this

Splatmonstar

Splatmonstar

Splatmonstar is an Android client developed by Sean McArthur. It is not open source but you can use it free of charge.

Splatmonstar screenshot

Install from Google Play, Website

Trion

Trion

Trion is a iOS client developed by Marco Ferreira, it not open source either and it costs $2.99 (2,69 €).

Trion screenshot

Download from the App Store, Website

Blogging

There is a blogging solution even though it is a bit unorthodox, there is one webapp with which you can write and edit your posts and there is another one with which you can publish them to the public. Sadly there is no app yet to show essays by people you follow but I'm told Diary will implement that in the next version.

Diary

Diary is a open source web app developed by Benjamin Bouvier for publishing and editing of essays on a Tent server.

Diary screenshot

Public instance of Diary, Source code

Reevio

Reevio is a open source web app developed by Yannik with which you can display public essays as a website. The cool thing is that it is quite easy to customize the HTML and CSS.

Reevio screenshot

Website, Source code

More

Tent news

CampNews

Check also out CampNews who are publishing interesting news about the Tent community. They also have a cool spreadsheet which describes and compares all the apps.

Search

skate.io is a global search for Tent, sadly it is a bit broken right now so no new users are added to it but hopefully this soon will be fixed.

Have you written a response? Let me know the URL:

There's also indie comments (webmentions) support.