App.net goes gratis, announces invitation-only free accounts

App.net goes gratis, announces invitation-only free accounts

www.engadget.com
Since its inception, App.net has been working hard to improve its growing platform, giving all of its paid users a 10GB bucket of cloud storage and opening up its File API so devs could use the data stored there. Today, folks wanting in on the fledgling social platform can...
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