Free 9GAG Android App Gets Image Upload Capabilities
Article by George Norman
On 22 May 2013
The free 9GAG app for Android-powered devices has been updated to version 1.4 earlier this week. The update adds the option to upload posts to 9GAG from within the app.

At the start of the week the development team behind the 9GAG humor website pushed an update for the 9GAG Android app. The update, version 1.4.0, brings with it a feature that was previously unavailable: the ability to upload posts to 9GAG via the app. To access this feature you must tap the camera icon from the bottom right hand corner, choose if you want to use a picture from the gallery or take a picture right then and there, enter a brief description, and then upload your post.


This sort of functionality comes in handy if you’re talking a walk for example and you run into something funny. You can snap a pic and quickly upload it to 9GAG. If it gets enough votes, your post may even make it to the Hot page. That would be great!

The native 9GAG app for Android was released to the public back in April. It lets you check out posts from the Hot, Trending, and Vote pages on the popular humor site, cast your vote, comment on posts, share amusing posts with others, download photos, report posts, and send feedback to the app developers.

iOS users were not neglected by the 9GAG team. Of course there is an iOS version of the 9GAG app. As a matter of fact, it was rolled out the public earlier than the Android one (9GAG for iOS was released in the autumn of 2012 while 9GAG for Android was released in the spring of 2013). 9GAG for iOS, which is available for free download on the App Store here, currently carries the 2.3 version number.

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