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Ask Me Anything App Brings You the Best of Reddit’s AMAs

by Hazel Chua
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What’s your favorite subreddit?

As for me, well, there are two sections on Reddit that I always make sure to check out whenever I’m online. One of those is /aww, because what’s not to love about a forum that almost always make you go “aww!” when you see the pictures?

The other one is r/AMA, which stands for “Ask Me Anything.”

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If you’re familiar with the site, then you probably already know that it’s one of the most popular subreddits on the site. It’s the place where renowned people check in to answer questions submitted by users from all over the world. From scientists, authors, and actors to humanitarians and governors (Hello, Arnold!), AMA has got them all – and now the subreddit has its own dedicated app!

The easy-to-use Ask Me Anything app lets users browse archived AMAs from the recent and not-so-recent past with ease. It’s also pretty handy to have during live AMAs, as the app lets users fire questions, read responses, and reply to comments in a jiffy.

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You can download the Ask Me Anything app here.

[via Laughing Squid]

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