Tapatalk HD Beta released for Android tablets, get your forum fix while it’s free

Daniel Bader

December 27, 2012 10:16am

Tapatalk has long been the preferred forum app of choice for Android users. Not only does the company provide its own app, but it creates custom versions for popular forums like XDA-Developers.

Over the Christmas break, the team released its first public beta for Android tablet users, furthering a trend we’ve seen in the past few weeks with tablet apps.

When venturing into the meat of a forum — a thread, for instance — the category list will shift over to the left, allowing for easy navigation between threads. The app is a little bit slow and clunky right now — it could use some slick animations to denote transitions between content — but it’s a good first step, and will be well appreciated by Android tablet users.

If you want to get a taste before the app goes paid, which it will do by early January say the developers, download Tapatalk HD Beta for Android tablets.

Source: Tapatalk HD Beta
Via: Android Police

  • Brendon

    Stupid you have to pay extra for this version and they don’t scale down to the phone.
    Also the ui is very unintuitive

  • 2cf

    RIP RIM!!!!! 😀 😀

  • Quico

    Agreed. Android offers tools to developers to scale apps, so they work flawlessly on phones and tablets. This is a blatant attempt to milk customers twice.

  • shaggyskunk

    Brendon – You’re 100% right on the money as far as T-HD being anything but intuitive!! Pay for it – not a chance!!

    Tapatalk charges for most themes, on top of the cost of the app, who do they think they are – apple? :-*

  • Android is becoming a joke.

    Too little, too late!