You can even use it with your Mastodon or Pleroma accounts. That will allow you to comment on videos.
#TubeLab is an open source Android app for #Peertube
You can get it on #Fdroid https://f-droid.org/packages/app.fedilab.tubelab/
Or on Google https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=app.fedilab.tubelab
Both versions already support casting on Chromecast.
Source code: https://framagit.org/tom79/fedilab-tube
We fully support the Tusky team with regards to what happened to them recently on GPlay. We're glad you're back!
Many Fediverse apps got a warning about UGC from Google, as they don't understand that our apps are like browsers and don't own the content they display.
GPlay store is important for spreading free and open-source alternatives for many services and apps, and we are depending on it to inform and educate people about FOSS apps that respect their privacy!
We forgot to mention that #Fedilab 2.38.0-* can handle gemini links and open them with different apps.
Thank you to @Bazsalanszky (framagit) for this contribution 👍
Informed users might have noticed we talked about 2.38.0-rc-1 and not 1.38.0-rc-1
#Fedilab 1.38.0-rc-1 has been released on our #Fdroid repository. Highlight of this update is push notifications. This will really reduce the battery usage of Fedilab while providing quick notifications. That needs a little configuration. The step by step is explained here: https://fedilab.app/wiki/features/push-notifications/
We are working on another solution for pushing live notifications. It's an open source work that we should bring in 2.38.x. #Fedilab
The beta release should be released in production very soon.
If you use 2FA with #Pixelfed, don't hesitate to give it a try and share your feedback.