9GAG: The Native Android App Is Here
Article by George Norman
On 02 Apr 2013
Until now only iPhone users could enjoy a native 9GAG app on their smartphones. As of this week, Android users can get the 9GAG app as well.

People keeping track of these things will remember that the 9GAG app for iOS was rolled out to the public back in August 2012, making it very easy for iOS users to keep track of the humor site and the amusing posts that are uploaded to it. The app was made available for free via the App Store; it works with any Phone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, 3rd and 4th generation iPod Touch, and with any iPad powered by iOS 4.2 or newer.


Android users were left to access the humor site via their mobile browsers. But not more! As of this week, the team behind 9GAG rolled out a native Android app. Anyone can get the app for free from the Play Store and use it on a smartphone powered by Android 2.3.3 or newer.

After you install and launch the application, you will be presented with the login screen. If you already have a 9GAG account, type in your credentials. If you don’t have one, quickly set one up – or alternatively, login with your Facebook account.

You will then be presented with the Hot section of 9GAG (there are three sections: Hot, Trending, and Vote). You can scroll up and down to view the posts, you can cast your vote, you can view and leave a comment, you refresh by tapping on the button in the upper right hand.

As previously mentioned, you get started with the Hot section. You can switch to a different section by tapping the button in the upper left hand corner.

This button will also let you access your Profile, the Settings menu, the Feedback function, and will let you log out of your 9GAG account.

9GAG for iOS is available for download in the App Store here.

9GAG for Android is available for download in the Play Store here.

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