Reddit Makes the Leap to Mobile with New AMA App
The app is specifically for Reddit‘s popular “Ask Me Anything” series, where various notables — ranging from President Obama to Bill Murray to the NASA engineers behind the Mars Rover — open themselves up to a Q&A courtesy of the Reddit community.
The app will provide a library of Q&As to scroll through, and the ability to share it all via email, text, and various social platforms.
As the below composite — courtesy of Mashable — shows, the app is much more sightly than the Reddit website itself. It’s also said to be more intuitive than the rather decidedly and simultaneously unadorned AND cluttered navigation of the Reddit homepage.
The app is currently available for iOS via the iTunes app store, and will be coming soon to Android.
While truly “the front page of the Internet” for a huge number of folks, Reddit is confusing as heck to many first time visitors. Mashable provides this useful primer below.