Reddit’s official app finally makes its way to the Play Store

Reddit Official

For most #Reddit users, reddit is fun or BaconReader has almost become an official app. But that’s not actually the case anymore with the folks behind Reddit finally releasing the official app for Android as well as iOS devices.

If you remember, the developers released an official AmA (Ask me Anything) application for the major app hubs, but didn’t have an official app for the news/knowledge hub. But that officially changes today with the developers releasing an iOS as well as Android version of Reddit.

These are free downloads, of course, and you will not have to do much more than sign-in using your credentials to find all your data such as upvoted items, saved posts etc in one place. As an introductory promotion, the makers are also offering three months of ‘Reddit Gold’ for free, giving you an ad-free experience of the app.

Head over to the Play Store link below to download the app right away.

Source: Google Play Store

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