The Android app is now in private beta, with early testers saying that while it doesn’t offer anything mind-blowing given the range of third-party apps out there, and there are a few bits missing, it’s great to get something official.
Having remained largely unchanged since it launched a decade ago, the company has now created an A/B testing feature and will be trying out new things on the site in order to “understand why Reddit works for some people, but not for others.”
Huffman also celebrated a number of wins from 2015 in his post, including the successful outlawing of “involuntary pornography” from the site, an example that was followed by Google and Twitter.
The company outlined a range of other content restrictions for its users last year too, something that re-emphasized statements made by Huffman and his team about their commitment to freedom of expression, with some caveats.
He said 2016 will see the company produce its first transparency report, slated for March 2016, so it can be more clear with users about how it deals with the “many requests from law enforcement and governments.”
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