OK, each Android app I've used has a compelling feature the others don't!
Tootdon: Add a user to a list at the point you follow them
Mastodon: Automatically expand CWs
Tusky: My favourite UI and functionality overall
#Tusky is open source, I guess I should have a crack at adding those features!
I prefer Tusky overall (and like that it's open source) but Tootdon will allow me to add a user to a list at the moment I follow them, which is a killer feature that even the website doesn't provide. It's clunky to have to go into the list editor to do it.
I'd love a community-driven Twitter replacement, but many fizz out. Mastodon may have hit a userbase tipping point, and I'm curious to see how its social and technological issues and limitations are addressed.
How better to embrace a community platform than by joining and contributing to a co-op instance? Thanks for welcoming me aboard.