Reddit’s Android App Closed Beta Testing Begins

Reddit, a community to share awesome stuff on the internet has started to test it Android App closed beta testing. Earlier, we got to know that they have released Android app and is given access to only few users.


Reddit’s founder Steve “spez” Huffman revealed that the closed beta for the official Reddit Android app will be starting today. Also, as per the reports, Reddit’s iOS app is coming soon with beta testing.

As per now, only few third party apps are available in the Play Store. Those few apps are as follows – Reddit is Fun, Baconreader, and Slide.

Official app here would bring some ease for the Reddit users who usually open browser on their phones to surf the community.

We welcome the Reddit Android app and it would help to save lot of time. Currently, there’s no release date given but we expect it soon if beta testing goes well. Also we don’t have any hint about the design. Hope, some more details surface soon.

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Simranpal Singh
Simranpal Singh
With a decade-long journey in the tech industry, I've been actively engaged in tech reporting across various reputable publications. He currently works as a Web Developer at RightNode Media and pursues his hobby of writing on GoAndroid. Enjoy travelling, and always excited about new tech trends. He actively contributes on GizmoChina and GChromecast Hub.


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