XDA Premium HD for Tablets Released
In February of last year, we released a premium version of our mobile application for Android phones. A few months later, we offered an update to support the Thanks function and a few other added features. Later, you asked for a tablet-optimized XDA version. I am happy to report that we’ve listened.
Today, we are announcing the public release of the XDA Premium HD application for Android tablets running Android 3.x Honeycomb or later. The tablet-optimized app offers intuitive tab-based navigation to quickly switch between PMs and your favorite forums. And because the application is one of our premium apps, there are no ads to be found. Currently, not much other than the navigation has changed compared to our previous mobile apps. However, we will update the app in the Spring to share the look and feel of Ice Cream Sandwich.
To get started with the app, and support your favorite mobile hacking forums in the process, head over to the Android Market listing. Feel free to check out our other apps while you’re at it. Regardless of whether you choose to partake in our mobile app, we look forward to seeing you on our forums!
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