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Android client for Stack Overflow and then all Stack Exchange sites in the future.


Freeware. Will probably change to ad-supported or maybe open-source (depends on your requests).


Link for android: market://search?q=pname:org.topixoft.top_stack_overflow

QR code:



Android devices.


Leave comments for the app in Android Market, contact me through the market or leave comments here.



The app is currently closed-source.

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Change the name, you can't have "Stack overflow" in the name as it could confuse the users into thinking this is an official SO application – Matt S. Jul 2 '10 at 15:22
...and the screenshot on the right looks remarkably similar to the main SO interface. – Nathan Osman Jul 2 '10 at 16:41
I don't want to seem condescending, but this is a low quality app, and my opinion is that you shouldn't have released to the Market. You'll only get low active/total install ratio and bad ratings. Also, viewing questions is defective -- code blocks appear on one line and one out of three questions don't load (browser error page). – Felix Jul 2 '10 at 21:00
The app is in rapid development, and I would like to see users suggesting things and finding bugs. @Felix,@Matt thanks for your comments, I've already addressed some of the issues, keep them coming :) – Vitaly Polonetsky Jul 5 '10 at 19:06
I highly recommend listing this app on StackList. You get access to bug reports, user feedback, etc. – Nathan Osman Jul 5 '10 at 19:45
This looks interesting, Vitaly. Could you also provide a download link for people who don't have access to Android Market? Regarding the license I'd recommend you to consider BSD ( Of course, others like the GPL are also options. If unsure you might wanna ask your preferred search engine regarding comparison. – user5003 Jan 28 '11 at 9:51
@Vitaly Plonetsky: Is this application still maintained ? I just entered my comments on the market - with the advent of more and more aPads this program is really a very good example of a program for higher resolution screens. – Edelcom Apr 20 '11 at 2:57
It would be real great if it were open sourced :) Also, where can I download the .apk installer? – NoBugs Nov 18 '11 at 17:50
Would be nice if you could login into your own account and see just your own questions. – JPM Dec 15 '11 at 21:17

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