Reddit has officially launched its Android app for all users. Reddit popularity is continuously increasing since a couple of years but there was still no Android app available to browse it efficiently. Some other developers developed some other apps to read the Reddit but there can’t be anything as good as an official app, right?
So, the official app is finally here. The app lets you browse the content the way you want. You can sign up or log in right in the app or you can just skip the process and start reading the content directly. You can check your inbox messages as well. You can change your profile settings and much more right in the app.
You can choose between compact view and card view to see the content. Whatever suits you the best, you can choose it. You can also sort the content by hot, new or top.
The settings menu gives you a night view option to read the content easily at night. You can also disable images or enable them. You also have the option to blur NSFW images and if you want to see NSFW content or not.
The app is now available to download from Play Store. You can download it right here.