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Official Reddit App Exits Beta And Is Released on Android and iOS

Official Reddit App Exits Beta And Is Released on Android and iOS

About 3 months ago, the team behind Reddit (a great…social network…forum-like….aggregator website) put out their self-made app for beta testing. After over 10 years on the ‘net and many third-party apps, it’s refreshing to finally have an official release.

Today you can visit either the Play Store or iTunes to download the app for you phone or tablet — well, only if you live in an English speaking country. Be aware this app is only on its first “real” release, so it’s not going to be as featured-packed as third-party apps like Sync for Reddit or BaconReader, etc.

The UI is rather clean though for now, with a very Material look on Android and a card view on iOS. It’s simple, smooth, and performs very wells despite the lack of several features that I’d think would be there by now, like multi-Reddit support.

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Check the links below to grab the app, and be aware that if you log in during this first week, you’ll get Reddit gold for 3 months free (a.k.a. Reddit premium).

When does the narwhal bacon, anyone?

Get it from Google Play Get it from iTunes

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Keyan is a college student who has an intense passion for mobile technology, especially that which revolves around Android. He tries to get his hands on every device that gets released and also on as much Android related swag as possible. You can catch him always connected to his social networks, if you need help, have a question, or just want to chat.