Reddit begins testing its official Android app
Reddit is lastly creating an official Android app, and it has began its closed beta testing part at the moment. CEO Steve Huffman has introduced the event in the midst of a lengthy publish speaking about how Reddit has modified over the previous yr and what’s in retailer for its customers. Sadly, you possibly can’t join the beta testing part anymore, and solely those that volunteered to check it again in December have gotten entry immediately.
9to5google and Android Police each had the prospect to attempt it out and posted quite a few screenshots displaying the app’s blue/white (day) and black (night time) interface. They each agree that like different software program and apps nonetheless in beta testing, it nonetheless suffers from bugs and may benefit from extra options.
Huffman did not say when the app might be launched to the general public, however there is no scarcity of third-get together Reddit purposes you should use until then. He did reveal, nevertheless, that the corporate’s additionally creating an iOS model. It is unclear if that one’s utterly separate from Alien Blue, which Reddit snapped up and became its official iOS app in 2014.