Reddit finally launches official smartphone app

Popular social news networking service, Reddit has finally launched its official app for Android and iOS platform. The app is now available for download only in the U.S, Canada, UK and Australia, unfortunately India is not on the list.

Reddit have always focused on desktop users, and has not been much of a mobile friendly service, since there was no official app, and the mobile website was not that pleasing, but now it has taken care of mobile users as well. However it was available on mobile via a very popular third party app called Alien Blue since 2014.

The Official Reddit apps lets you browse, search, update and view the contents through customized themes, and also feature day/night mode for reading. You can also submit images, contents, links and stories for others to view and discuss. You will also be able to view stories in compact view or card view.

Download Reddit – Android (APK) | iOS (iPad not supported)

Highlights of Reddit for Android and iPhone
  • Browse all of Reddit, wherever you are
  • Search and discover communities by topic or interest
  • Submit your own comments, images, links, and stories for others to view and discuss
  • Customize Reddit with themes (including night theme)
  • View in either compact view or card view
  • Stay up to date with your orangereds with Inbox: messages, comment replies, post replies, and mentions.

Kaiser Bey
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Reddit finally launches official smartphone app Reddit finally launches official smartphone app Reviewed by Kaiser on 4/08/2016 06:34:00 PM
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