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Still waiting for an ADN invite? Here's 200 more, grab one now!

Want to try out App.net for free? Here's 200 invitations!

A few weeks ago, App.net (ADN) let us give away 200 invitations to their new, invitation-only free accounts. If you're still not familiar with them, they're a great way to try out the many services ADN offers, including the Twitter-like microblogging platform, the better-than-DM messaging service, and the cloud storage offering. ADN is a complex, chocked-full-of-potential service, and it's smart to let people try it out for themselves and get a feel for it before deciding to go all-in on a paid account.

But you guys ate 'em up so fast, many were still left wanting more. So, ADN is giving us more! 200 more! Just like last time, they'll go fast. So, if you want want, grab it now!

By using an invitation, you'll automatically follow iMore. (Since you're here, we're hoping you don't mind, but you can promptly unfollow us if you like, and while we'll be sad, we'll understand!)

You can also find the iMore staff on ADN via accounts below. You should follow us. We'd love to hear what you think!

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Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, Vector, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Would someone please explain what this site/account is all about. Would an average user want/use/need one of these? What is the advantage?

To me, it seems like a Twitter replacement. Maybe it's in response to how Twitter limits 3rd party apps and this is a response to how Twitter has been treating those developers.

That's all I see from it at least.

It's because people are leaving ADN in droves. It's like the worst elitist playground in high school ever.

Give me Twitter any day. They guys on ADN are jerks.