Substack, an American online platform for newsletter distribution, now has its own mobile application.

The company wrote in a blog announcement that the app — which is only available to iOS users so far — is similar to an email inbox. Support for Android devices is scheduled to come later, but users can already sign up for the waiting list. The announcement says:

The app helps bring together Substack as an ecosystem, giving you an icon to tap on your home screen that opens up a treasury of quality work by the writers you most trust.

The app supports podcast and video subscriptions as well as comment sections. Users can also subscribe to RSS feeds with more features and functions to become available soon.

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Earlier this year, To The Moon reported that Substack announced a new feature that allows creators to upload or record videos directly into a Substack post. According to the Substack help center, the video types accepted are 3GP, AAC, AVI, FLV, MP4, MOV, MPEG-2 and the maximum file size is 20 GB.