Imgur’s Android App Officially Debuts, Content Creation Tools Coming Soon
Imgur, the simple but popular photo-sharing site that’s a favorite among Reddit’s user base, is today “officially” launching its first mobile application. And Imgur, due to its unconventional ways, has gone Android-first. (Many of its users’ images fail to pass through Apple’s strict guidelines on content and copyright.) Of course, the most devoted Imgurians have already installed the new mobile app in its earlier beta format, which was tested in the wild. This is also why the Google Play Store sports a fair number of poor reviews – users had been reporting bugs and other issues with beta builds, and marking the app accordingly.
Today, the official app already has dozens of competitors whose third-party creations have been built on top of the Imgur API. In fact, when searching for “imgur” from your Android, you’ll now find the top result is the 4-star rated “Imgur for Android,” which had established its…
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