The Essential Phone is a controversial topic. There are a lot of people on both sides but we can all agree that it’s an important company at the moment. The core team decided to do an AMA on Reddit, answering questions from fans and users.
Where most AMAs are very simple ... Read More »
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ... Read More »
Reddit is a very popular site, calling itself “the front page of the internet.” Indeed it is, as it’s a collection of news, photos, stories, you name it. And it’s the perfect service to use on mobile (and let’s be honest, the desktop site sucks).
Until now, Android users have had to use third-party apps. ... Read More »
Do you have any questions about the new Google Pixel C? If so, you should know the team behind the Pixel C hosted a Reddit AMA where they answered people’s questions.
The Reddit AMA is over, but all the ... Read More »
You asked us to remind you when Reddit releases its new Ask Me Anything app so here we are. The app is officially available to download on Google Play now.
As a quick reminder, the Reddit AMA app allows you to read the sites famous Ask Me Anything posts in a much more organized, ... Read More »
Reddit’s regular Ask Me Anything posts have gone from a personal, interesting approach to the Q and A session, to a cultural phenomenon. Everyone from the president and large corporations having just made big business changing decisions, to your mom and dad can and have participated in AMA posts. But if you aren’t terribly familiar ... Read More »
Still waiting for HTC to answer your tweet about when your Android update will be coming? Want to poke them to see if they will reveal any read details about the HTC M8? You’ll get your chance to ask HTC anything you want since HTC will be hosting an AMA session on reddit.com/r/Android this afternoon ... Read More »
Nearly 50,000 people have already backed the Android-powered OUYA game console, but you still have seven days left if you want to pledge $99 and get a system and controller at launch. The affordable little console boasts a growing list of features like a Tegra 3 processor, support for OnLive, Read More »
If this is another fake, it’s a damn good one. Today a reddit user uploaded a supposed press image of the Galaxy S III which hints at an unveiling on May 22nd at a Samsung Unpacked event in London.
Samsung previously said the successor to the Galaxy S II would be unveiled at ... Read More »
If you just so happen to be a Redditor, or user of social media in general, then you may have heard of an app known as BaconReader. It is a Reddit client that has been in the works for almost a year now. It has gone through multiple stages of alphas and betas, ... Read More »