A free account is a great way to test the services and feature that ADN has to offer

The last time we gave away some free invites they went almost as quickly as tickets to Google I/O. Even when the great folks at ADN doubled the number we had to pass around, they still disappeared in minutes. People are curious, and we're back to help satisfy that curiosity with 300 more invites.

These are for free accounts, which are a great way to try out the many services ADN offers. Services like the awesome messaging, or the cloud storage and of course the Twitter-like microblogging platform. There's a lot to ADN and we're happy to work with the folks there to bring people and the services together so they can decide if they want to go all-in with a paid account.

iIf you're looking for an invite, here's where you need to pay attention. Hit the link below and sign up. It's first-come first-served, and they're going to go quickly.

By using an invitation, you'll automatically follow Android Central, but you can promptly unfollow us if you want to. This is a great way to make sure you have some content in your stream. 

Speaking of which, you'll probably want a good way to keep up with news and what's going on from the folks you follow from your Android device. There are a few nice ones out in the wild, but Robin for stands head and shoulders above the crowd. It's got multi-language support, post filters, spam protection, multiple account support and everything else you would want or need from a client, and looks beautiful while doing it. It costs $2.99, but it's well worth it.

Grab your invite, grab your client from Google Play, and we'll see you there!

There are 32 comments

stfy says:

thank you very much and I have mine :) I'm happy

cgardnervt says:

Just gone mine as well! Looking forward to playing around with it!

DeejBruce says:

Managed to get one, Thanks.

Mobius360 says:

Trying it out

smotrs says:

Got one this time. Thank you. :)

evaradar says:

Got mine too. Thanks!

BrandT90 says:

Thanks guys and gals!

wakingbadger says:

Got one this time around :)


Many thanks!

Tony Romano1 says:

Got it!

jean15paul says:

Got one!

So can someone explain this thing to me again. It's like ad-free twitter, but restricted to paid accounts, and feature a lot of apps?

mobilewill says:

Yeah, I am bit confused at the use case for this.

TornZero says: was originally made as a platform for app developers, hence the name. It became a much more developer-friendly, ad-free alternative to Twitter some time ago.

You may have noticed that Twitter is basically killing off every third-party Twitter client, including the much-beloved TweetDeck. Wonderful apps like TweetBot and Falcon are on a slow road to a shallow grave. Meanwhile, ADN (App Dot Net) /does/ have their own interface, but they actually encourage the use of third-party applications like Robin and Dash on Android (Dash is free with a $1.99 in-app upgrade, and I wholly recommend both), or Riposte and Netbot for iOS.

ADN also has a higher character limit at 256. With less users right now (as startups are wont to be), there's much less spam, too. Sites like Buffer (a social media cross-posting application) already have ADN support.

There's really no reason not to get an account if you get the chance. I think you can sign up using most third-party apps, or find stray invites somewhere.

mobilewill says:

Thans, that helps.

ChromeJob says:

Great, thanks. But I need the elevator pitch on what this is and why I would want it. A site formerly called "Hooha." Um,... right.

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LLGolf01 says:

Jerry, how do you get your HTC One to not show "4G or 4G LTE" when on wifi (as shown in the pic in this post)? My AT&T HTC One, even when on wifi, still says 4G or 4G LTE. Even when I turn of all data it still has the icons. Is it because yours is unlocked and mine is a carrier version? It isn't using data while on when wifi is on it just bugs me...

ranphi says:

I don't know for sure but I'm guessing that, like me, he has the Developer Edition of the phone. It doesn't show the stupid 4G icon when you're on WiFi (thank goodness). :-P

TornZero says:

You could always flash a custom ROM, but you would obviously want more reason for it than just getting rid of the notification bar icon. May I suggest that you look into the Android Open Kang Project or CyanogenMod, and see if the features of either (or the myriad other custom ROMs available) suit your fancy?

jjdavola says:

Thanks!! Now what do I do? ;)

Smuuv says:

Thank you!

shamelin73 says:

Thank you

z0phi3l says:

Sweet, got in, much appreciated

sinnigam says:

Thank you

xolanir says:

Got one! Thx Jerry!!!

MachoDonut says:

Got in. Thanks Jerry!

ash71ish says:


faceless says:

thanks! got one this time.

Caveman419 says:

Got one this morning...all good things come to those that wait. Thank you Jerry!!

DJ PERRY says:

Got mines..testing it now

Jacques says:

Woot, I'm in! Thanks, Jerry!