You can see it here and even ask a question or two or many if you feel like it. (Just, you know, be ready for reddit silliness or assholeness if you do.)
Also, I think I've mentioned it before, but there is an official Ask Me Anything - reddit AMA app in the Play Store. It basically filters out the nonsense and junk and just shows you any questions to which the person doing the AMA has specifically replied to and answered.
Two quick screenshots there so you Android users can see what the app looks like.
iOS users who want to get in on reddit can check out the official Alien Blue app over on iTunes. It's not solely an AMA app, but it covers all of reddit.
Android users who want to get in on all of reddit should check out Reddit News (and Reddit News Pro), which has a design that is very Material. Reddit Sync (and Reddit Sync Pro, which is the app that first got me into reddit) is also a very good choice for a reddit client on your Android device.