Reddit’s new AMA app is now available in Google Play

Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Reddit’s official Ask Me Anything app is now available for Android, just days after it made its debut on iOS. The app makes browsing AMA threads on a smartphone or tablet a much more enjoyable experience, and it alerts you when popular AMAs are trending so that you can stop by before they end.

Google Play offers a number of Reddit apps that allow you to browse and contribute to your favorite subreddits at your leisure, but this particular offering is built specifically for AMAs — the  hugely popular Q&A sessions held with movie stars, artists, professional athletes, and others with interesting occupations or stories to tell.

Not only does the app help you stay on top of the latest AMAs as they happen, but it will also alert you when popular threads are trending, so you won’t miss your opportunity to ask a question. Every question and answer is presented in an easy-to-read format that’s ideal for a mobile device, and it makes digesting AMAs on the go much easier.

The AMA app also allows you to vote questions and answers up and down to help prioritize the best content — just like you can on the web — and it helps you find interesting AMAs by browsing topics like entertainment, sports, games, journalism, experiences, and politics.

The AMA app is completely free, and you can download it now by following the Google Play link below.