Whalebird: Useful desktop client for Mastodon to give users direct access to instances or accounts.

Whalebird is a desktop client for Mastodon (which is a free and open-source microblogging network with features similar to Twitter), gives users direct access to instances or accounts, and can be used to send and receive messages, check the latest posts, mark favorites and perform searches, etc.

The installation is quick and easy, and it’s necessary to authorize the program from your Mastodon account via a web browser in order to proceed.

Once you’re logged in, you will be able to read posts that were made by other users, view replies, view missed notifications, mark favorite toots, and check out the local and public timeline.

Unlike Twitter, Maston allows you to post up to 500 characters, attach photos, make the toot public, unlisted, private, or a direct message, and even write warnings like NSFW to keep things user-friendly.

You will also be able to change the theme color from white to dark, which is great for nighttime activities, set font size and display name style, disable sound, etc.

Whalebird is a great desktop client for Mastodon that gives users access to instances or accounts, while also being used to send and receive messages, among others.

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    93.90 Mb
  • Updated:
    Jun 10, 2024
  • User Rating:
    4.1 / 5 (11 votes)
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