Kickstarter

Android users have been waiting patiently for Kickstarter to release an app for their platform, and today is finally the day. The crowd-funding service has launched its app in the Google Play Store, three years after it did the same for iOS users.

That means Android smartphone and tablet users won't have to use a web browser to search and back projects on Kickstarter. The native app has those features, along with a way to receive updates on their backed projects. Finally, they will be able to share which projects they have supported to friends from within the app. The ability for Kickstarter project creators to manage their campaigns is not available yet on the Android app, but it is reportedly planned for a future update.

You can download the Kickstarter app right now in the Google Play Store.

Via: The Verge