HackerNews HD+ for tablets

HackerNews HD+ for tablets


HackerNewsHD+ is a client for Hacker News (optimized for tablets)

* browse posts/comments from front page, news and ask HN.

* share links via email, twitter, etc ...

* mark some posts to be read later with ReadItLater, Instapper, etc ..

* bookmark some posts to read them later

Recent changes:
* UI update

* Bug fix (selected story does not show on Jelly Bean)
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About HackerNews HD+ for tablets
HackerNewsHD+ is a client for Hacker News (optimized for tablets)

* browse posts/comments from front page, news and ask HN.

* share links via email, twitter, etc ...

* mark some posts to be read later with ReadItLater, Instapper, etc ..

* bookmark some posts to read them later

Recent changes:
* UI update

* Bug fix (selected story does not show on Jelly Bean)

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A Google User
Jul 24, 2012
Pretty awesome This app provides a very slick shell over the HN feed. Much more convenient than reading HN through the regular Android browser. The only thing I miss is an ability to log in using the app itself and quickly upvote links directly from the list. That'd make it 5 stars.
A Google User
Jul 24, 2012
Pretty awesome This app provides a very slick shell over the HN feed. Much more convenient than reading HN through the regular Android browser. The only thing I miss is an ability to log in using the app itself and quickly upvote links directly from the list. That'd make it 5 stars.
A Google User
Dec 20, 2011
Fantastic This was the best HN client out there.. now it's even better. Great features, thoughtful and responsive developer. Thanks for the hard work - I use this daily.
A Google User
Nov 25, 2011
Excellent Feels native, makes it really easy to read articles then the comments. Much better than the well-loved reddit F5 app. pretty much perfect.