Swappa becomes XDA’s new Marketplace
After closing down their marketplace, XDA has announced that they will be partnering with Swappa as a replacement for their old marketplace. Swappa has been an android marketplace for a few years now and this partnership will only help benefit the site. The partnership will allow XDA to integrate deeper into Swappa, granting users the ability to log in with an XDA account, post Swappa sales within XDA post signatures, and more features to come. As a Swappa and XDA user, I am quite please to see this partnership and hope to see the expansion of Swappa in the following months.
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