Thursday, June 27, 2019

Reddit now has an official Android app

Reddit has been a great platform for internet junkies and over the last few years, many developers who are fans of this site have tried to make an app. However, back in 2014 they opened up job positions for develops to work on the app and in last year, a private beta was released. Now, it’s official- Reddit now has their official Android app.

The UI is fluid and it’s inspired from Material Design of course. The app has options like switching between card view and compact view etc. Overall, quite good actually. There is also an indication from their side that some new features will be added, and they will be on mobile first. In some countries, it may not be available on Google Play, so download the apk now from Dropbox.


Last Updated on by Jayaditya Chakrabarty

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