One of Reddit’s most popular features is its crowdsourced question-and-answer forum known as “Ask Me Anything” or “AMA.” And now, according to TubeFilter, after much anticipation, Reddit is bringing these popular AMA interviews to the mobile app category.
Variety says the AMA app is already available on iOS and is scheduled to be released on Android later this week. The app is aimed to make AMAs a lot snazzier with an elegant design that allows users to keep up with discussion threads in real time, unlike the traditional, lackluster desktop version.
The app is designed users who browse Reddit on their phones while also appealing to new users. “We want to make it easier for new users to join Reddit and experience all the awesome content,” said Reddit’s SVP of mobile, Ellen Pao. “That’s part of the overall goal of becoming a more mature company.”