Reddit starts testing own Android app, working on iOS version

Reddit starts testing own Android app, working on iOS version

PanARMENIAN.Net - Reddit is finally developing an official Android app, and it has started its closed beta testing phase, Engadget reports.

CEO Steve Huffman has announced the development in the middle of a long post talking about how Reddit has changed over the past year and what's in store for its users. Unfortunately, you can't sign up for the beta testing phase anymore, and only those who volunteered to test it back in December have gotten access.

Huffman didn't say when the app will be released to the public, but there's no shortage of third-party Reddit applications you can use till then. He did reveal, however, that the company's also developing an iOS version. It's unclear if that one's completely separate from Alien Blue, which Reddit snapped up and turned into its official iOS app in 2014.

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