As of late a lot of the popular tech blogs and communities have recently released mobile apps. Sites like Engadget and Digg have released both an Android and iPhone versions of their site. Now comes a XDA-Developers app, which is a huge offering for their readers. We have talked a lot about XDA here, they are the number one source for Windows Mobile and Android development. Members of XDA have come up with some of the most influential programs, apps, and Roms that we see today. More recently members there have put forth a lot of effort towards the Android community.
The free Android app, available now in the Android Marketplace, allows users on the go to view forums and threads, respond to posts, and start new topics. All from a nice unique interface, which had definitely been optimized for this app. You can even check and respond to private messages in your inbox. I really think they did a good job, I’ve been waiting a long time for something like this to view XDA with. They built the app based on TapaTalk, which is a app that enables super fast viewing and access to vBulletin, IPBoard and other forums. If you are a regular reader and contributor to XDA, like I am, head on over to the Android Market and download the app.
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