As much fun as it is writing here at TechNorms (and it is fun), we like to take a break sometimes. When you’ve just finished writing a lengthy article, the best way to unwind is to look at pictures of adorable little kittens. And birds with arms. And people getting very angry at each other on the internet. What do all those have in common? reddit, of course. The famous online content-sharing website has something for everyone. We can’t help but like a website that has a subreddit for our every interest. So, we took a look at a few of the most popular reddit apps for Android.
Probably the best and most unexpected benefit which we at TechNorms have enjoyed from owning a smartphone and a tablet is the ability to read more. When we bought both devices, they looked great for a whole mess of other reasons. To be honest, we never really thought about using a smart device for reading. In our defense, it’s not like tech advertisements say “Try the all new iPad. It’s great for reading stuff!” However, once we got them, it was like a reading extravaganza, especially with the iPad. One of the most helpful apps for reading on iPad was