Medium an app that lets you read, highlight and comment on stories that matter most to you, is finally on Android. It has taken the company over a year to make this app ready. The app was only available for iOS Smart Phone users, so its release to Google Play Store means that Android Smart Phone users can now enjoy the same benefits iOS users do.
Medium for Android has gone through a series of testing before its release to the App Store. The company says that unlike iOS app, Medium app for Android will let users write posts using the simplified editor feature already included in the app. Android users are therefore at an advantage because they are enjoying a feature that has not been there on Medium’s iOS app since its launch over one year ago.
Currently, the app will limit you to saving only one raft at a time in your local storage. You are also limited from editing the drafts on your computer, which means you can only do that using your Android Smart Phone.
You will need to have a Facebook or Twitter account to be able to use this service. The app is already available free for download. Head over to Google Play Store and get it installed in your Android Smart Phone.
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