Reddit begins testing of its official Android app


Reddit is finally working on  an Android version of its app. The app has started beta testing today, although, testing is now closed to individuals who did not sign up for beta testing of the app back in December.

This information was made known by Reddit’s CEO Steve Huffman inside a lengthy message posted on the company’s official website. The message detailed how Reddit has evolved over the past year, and also what it has in store for its users. Furthermore, Mr Steve’s post stated that Reddit’s new iOS app will follow the Android app soon.

At the moment, there’s no information on what functions the app can perform. If the beta testing is successful, we should be seeing the app on PlayStore soon.

According to AndroidPolice, who had a chance to try the beta version of the app out, Posted a number of scrrenshots and comments on the app. The beta version is said to have a number of good characteristics such as; a good design, features like collapsing comment threads, there is also a feature that allows users to go through subscribed subreddits and navigate in a few different ways.

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Reddit is an online community for social networking, news and entertainment, similar to Nigeria’s Nairaland. You can upload pictures, links, News on the site, but you have to be a registered member of the community.

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