Reddit this week introduced an app that makes it easy to peruse its treasure trove of interviews with people of note. It was initially for iOS only, but now — two days later — the AMA (ask me anything) app is available on Android too, as Android Police first noticed.
The Android version is much like its iOS cousin. Users can switch between trending, recent and all-time popular AMAs — each one is summarized and laid out to let users of the app skim the questions, answers and conversations that are often buried deep inside Reddit’s website
There’s no word on whether the app will also come to other mobile platforms, but we’d suggest that Windows Phone and BlackBerry fans don’t get their hopes up on this one.
Thumbnail image via Eva Blue / Flickr, screenshot via Android Police
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