Micro.blog is a platform open for third party development. This page is a record of the latest news about the efforts undertaken by different people to develop for Micro.blog.

Updated: 5th March, 2019


Icro was given a big update by Martin Hartl, with the introduction of themes, a sharing extension, and a tip jar all bundled into 1.3.

Dialog had an especially exciting month, first with a big beta update to introduce a redesign from the ground up and posting. Then, the app left beta to become the first fully available Android app for Micro.blog, along with a new website and a brand new channel in the Micro.blog Slack; to join just contact Mike as he is open to feedback and discussion about the app. As if that wasn’t enough, Mike also launched two ways to support development of the app; directly through donations or by buying the first ever Dialog t-shirt.

Gluon got a 2.0 alpha release in a month that saw significant performance improvements, a big reduction in size, and previews of a carefully re-thought design by Vincent Ritter.

Indigenous for Android was given a design overhaul centred around menu UX and category support.


Micro.threads now includes the Favorite function in the thread discovery section.

Micro Memories had a few improvements, to fix bugs and clarify instructions with regard to custom theme integration.

Microgram got a design update and updated instructions regarding support.


The wiki got a few updates near the end of the month with the addition of a number of new posting-related resources.

The Tagmoji Directory was updated.

Micro guides are a collection of guides aimed at helping the community in a variety of ways, and are now sorted into an index page.

Mastomigrate is a script for moving your Mastodon following list to Micro.blog.


Quill now uses an IndieAuth client instead of manual authorisation.

OwnYourGram got an mp4 update and a fix.

IndieWeb Ring got a directory added to the site, to better highlight the people whose sites are part of the ring.

Jekyll Mentions is an extension of Jekyll for adding @-mention support to your site. Brandon Trebitowski proved it works with Micro.blog.

You can also see the latest news about third party efforts in The Macro Report, a monthly series.