Official Reddit app for Android could be on its way

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There are several Reddit apps for Android available in the Google Play Store, but none of those come directly from the makers of Reddit. However, that could soon change as a new job listing has gone up on the site for mobile app developers, hinting at the imminent launch of an official Android app.

The makers are reportedly looking for someone with prior experience in Java and Android in the San Francisco area, which is pretty much a giveaway of what’s to come. However, since this is only a job listing at this point, we will treat this as a speculation, at least until there’s confirmation.

Reddit is one of the most popular social apps available out there covering a broad spectrum of topics like science, technology and practically anything you can think of. Android users have been deprived of a decent client for Reddit, so it’s good to know that a solution is on its way.

Source: Reddit

Via: Android Community


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