reddit is fun (unofficial) APK

Version 4.13.24 -
Last updated: 2019-11-09 21:18:56

Unofficial app for news and discussion. Fast and intuitive.

reddit is fun (unofficial) apk

APP Information

App Download Version4.13.24 (2224)
Updated2019-11-09 21:18:56
Apk Size8.54 MB
App DeveloperTalkLittle
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.1.x and up

Download reddit is fun (unofficial) 4.13.24 APK

App Description

reddit is fun (unofficial) is andrewshu,android,reddit,news,magazines, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.1 by 10 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit TalkLittle website who developed it. apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.1.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 4.13.24 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than reddit is fun (unofficial) APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 41579+ times on store. You can also download APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

"reddit is fun", commonly abbreviated RIF, gives you a fast and intuitive interface to

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Now includes TABLET support and WIDGET! And Moderator features!

Cross-device HISTORY SYNC via!
Set it up in Menu->Settings->Synccit

• INTERNET - The Internet
• BOOT - to restore mail notifications on device boot
• EXTERNAL STORAGE - thumbnail caching
• ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE - detect connection speed for OPTIONAL ads
• GET_ACCOUNTS - associate Google account with custom themes
• MANAGE_ACCOUNTS, AUTHENTICATE_ACCOUNTS, USE_CREDENTIALS - add reddit accounts to system Account Manager
• VIBRATE - for mail notifications
• NFC - share current page via NFC
• READ_SYNC_SETTINGS, WRITE_SYNC_SETTINGS - sync web preferences with
• BILLING - purchase Reddit Gold, and premium custom themes (but currently all themes are free)
• WAKE_LOCK - for various background processing (e.g., mail check, widget) supporting Android 8.0

reddit is a registered trademark owned by reddit, Inc., and used under license.

App ChangeLog

  • 4.13.2 (Feb 27):
  • • Show [M] and [A] in inbox
  • • Handle links
  • • Autosave draft when Chrome restarts RIF
  • • Added 64-bit support, dropped ARMv5 and MIPS
  • 4.12.13 (Feb 7):
  • • Long-press to select text to quote/copy
  • • View markdown
  • 4.11.9 (Nov 28):
  • • New setting: Show/hide Reddit Gold icons
  • 4.11.6 (Nov 11):
  • • Crosspost via Share button
  • • Flair emoji
  • 4.10.8 (Sept 27):
  • • New setting: Remember visited subreddits
  • 4.10.2 (Aug 14):
  • • Disable gilding until further notice

App Screens

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Reviews From google play store

Best time-waster on mobile, had to uninstall it to be more productive just to install it again the next day Only complaint is that pressing back immediately takes you to the previous 'page', which can be annoying if you were browsing down a list and accidentally pressed the back button, confirmation button would be neat

App used to be great but started taking forever to load any content. Updated the app, and now it doesn't work at all. It tries and tries to load content then says thay there are no threads. On Reddit. At all.

I've noticed a huge difference in loading times with content within the past couple of days. Every post takes at least 30 seconds to a minute to load.. I'll change my rating back to 5 starts when these loading times are fixed.

One of the best Android apps I've ever used. Simple, bug free, with clean, productive UI. It's purley focuses on content without stupid gimmicks. Wish whole android experience was like this app.

Text size is completely broken in the recent update (that was made to fix that issue??) it either show texts as medium looking "small" or small... at random, sometimes even when the post that appears in medium size font in the feed it loads in small size.

Best Reddit client I've ever used. Powerful post filters + sorting + no ads = more time reading what you want and less time scrolling past what you don't. Lots of customizable options to make it look and feel comfortable. The biggest downside is that I'll never be able to use normal Reddit again, so if they ever stop supporting this app I'll be screwed :)

I just got the new Tab S6 and I've spent the past couple days getting my "work flow" set up and this app has made my redditing experience almost as good as on my desktop :) In a HUGE way, it's even better than on my desktop because I can have multiple columns of posts, so I can sift through posts even faster, so that's awesome lol Saves any post without any hiccups, functions as expected, not much more you can ask from a reddit app +1

With every video or gif you play there is a chance that it will crash your phone. This doesn't happen on any other app, but this one. Its at the point where playing anything that has a video format will produce unnecessary levels of anxiety. My friends and I call it, "Reddit Roulette".

As somebody who just got here from the original Reddit app, the interface is currently taking some time to get used to. For example, to see a post, I have to tap the right side instead of the text... And if I want to see comments, I have to tap at least twice.

I can't believe I put up with garbage mobile site for so long. This app is everything I need for Reddit. It's fast and well designed.

The app works well and has the features I want. Very stable. Great app!

I have used rif for 5 years. But recently has been very buggy and slow. I thought it was my phone. So i gave it a while untill i got my new phone but alas it has only gotten worse so i am using another app. I will check back from time to time to see if anything has changed. I hope they fix it

I like this app better than the official one. It's way more customizable, and I like that I can organize multireddits better. My only dislike is the cards feature. It could be that I'm not used to it yet, but I would like to be able to enable it on certain subreddits and off on others. Definitely recommend this app though just for the smooth UI and easy navigation.

First off, way better than the official app. I used to use Joey alot, but they started displaying banner ads and almost left it. My adblocker did the job until they did thread ads, then I left. RIF has not displayed any ads for me and has a much needed dark theme. Woot!! I can say I appreciate the organization and has better customization than Joey imo. Hooefully they keep up the ad-free thing, but I have my doubts.

Leagues ahead from the official app. From what I've seen so far it has slightly fewer features but is really stable. The layout and UI are a bit of a learning curve (when coming from the official app) but, soon as you learn how the app works, using it is pretty easy. Overall a nice way to browse Reddit on mobile.

I just use this in default mode and no it doesn't look sleek or anything but it's brilliantly functional and does near enough everything I want. The browser is just as good as chrome and I've found myself clicking through articles via the rif browser in the past just because it's no less functional than any other phone browser. 5 stars

Since the last update I'm getting ads popping up everywhere on my phone, even ADS OVER OTHER APPS. That is entirely unacceptable. I've used this for a while now and have really liked it but it's just entirely lost my trust. Be very, very careful. Do you want all of your Reddit activity associated with your real identity and sold to everyone? Because that feels like the kind of line it just crossed. (Response to dev: process of elimination, can't find another explanation. Is your app a catalyst?)

Used to work great but in the past month or so, commenting fails about 80% of the time ("saved as draft etc"). It is inconsistent and appears to be random which subs it happens on. There is nothing wrong with my reddit account. Samsung Galaxy S9.

It keeps closing randomly when I'm in the middle of posting a comment, everything vanishes.

"No ads here!" Yet you leave the ad space. Any other app you pay to remove ads and it gives you that screen space back. Would be 5 stars otherwise. Edit: Now it's outright showing ads in that spot even though I paid and have no ads checked in the settings.

Have used over two devices for about 3 years. Simply and finger-friendly app as there's even a left hand mode which swaps the position of thumbnails and vote buttons. The only downside to it is that you can't follow, send or get sent friend requests through user profiles.

Absolutely way better than the official app. Even better than desktop in some ways. You can customize almost everything, it has tons of extra options, it loads way faster, it doesn't randomly crash, and it's overall much easier to use.

A whole lot more powerful than the official app, loads better, and a lot more intuitive once you get it. Small thing I just noticed, when you have the option to collapse child comments turned on, when you choose go into them you should have the grandchildren, at least, still collapsed.

Doesnt have the full functionality of reddit but I love the fact that the ads are unobtrusive, and it uses an extremely basic layout with no noise or clutter. For someone like me that wants reddit to be more like an RSS feed than anything else.

I usually don't write reviews, but goddamnit, this App is so refreshing light, fast and non bloated. It even allows me to completely disable the annoying inapp browsing experience for web links. Thank you for this App

Was my main reddit browsing app due to how bad the official reddit app was. However I've since switched to the official, it has become much more stable and has one significant feature which is not available on Reddit Is Fun(RIF) and that is the ability to autoload GIFs and play videos while browsing! RIF requires you to click the thumbnail to load the GIF and Video on a different screen, then you have to click back to return to the browsing screen. The official Reddit app has no need for that nonsense and creates a seamless and enjoyable browsing experience. The other thing I notice is that RIF has a very flawed image resizer, many thumbnails are bigger than my screen. The official Reddit app scales all gifs, videos, and images to the size of your screen so it is easily viewable. The official Reddit app still has some kinks but honestly for just browsing Reddit which is what I do 99% of the time, it has become a far more enjoyable experience than the app and I have since switched over to the official app. I would gladly switch back to RIF if they work on their browsing experience.

What's happened to the front page of the app? When I select it from the side panel to sort by best/ new/ hot, a message saying no threads here appear. This never happened before on previous versions of the app. Can you please fix this?

Would never go back to the official Reddit app after discovering this, no ads and everything actually LOADS!

Great app, I love everything about it. However, there has been a recurring issue recently in regards to the save locations. My default save location is repeatedly being deleted.

Used to work great, becoming more and more frustrating to use everyday, and now has constant issues loading content. Try something else.

This used to be a fantastic app, but it's aggravatingly slow now. Constantly fails to load new content. Other than that, it's great. Edit: I couldn't tolerate poor load times any further. I am now using an alternative reddit app.

Kinda getting such of the layout changing at random. I don't like the cards, but it seems to switch back and forth despite my preference being set in the settings

Much more stable than the standard app, which regularly crashes. "We've had trouble getting to reddit" is so damn annoying! It has never happened using "reddit is fun". Fantastic, thanks! 👍

The app is normally very good but as of recently I haven't been able to make any comments or submissions. I've tried logging out and back in and reinstalling the app and nothing works. Checked my account on the main site and I'm not banned or anything.

Great app, but has some issues. Doesnt load some links and menus/buttons are inconsistent. Example: Switch Account randomly disappears depending on what page you're on in the app.

Great app, lots of features, options and settings, all with a great layout and dark modes. Always recommend.

I've been using this app to browse Reddit before the official Reddit app came out and still love this one way more! It just feels way more familiar and I much prefer this layout over the official.

Leagues better than the "official" Reddit app. Easier to navigate, more granularity when it comes to settings and most importantly, no ads.

Smooth appearance and functionality. Updates are fairly regular. Great free app. I prefer it to the official app and the browser site

A great app with some better features and usability over the regular app. Could use a few small tweaks, such as the official apps feature to hold a tap on a comment to hide it and the chid comments.

After using the official app, I have to say that this one is better. No long startup times like with the other app.

The app functions great. That being said reddit is decending into the same condition as other large platforms whereas the users are mindlessly keyboarding poorly thought ideas at each other. Reddit used to be informative but now its a sad reminder of societies current state. Worse is reddit is clearly taking sides and fostering the problem. Reddit has useful subreddits but on the whole, opening the app has become an irritance not an escape. Further they have removed threads discussing hong kong.

One of the better reddit apps, with an excellent dark mode and comes configured with the old reddit design, which is my preferred design. Pretty intuitive to figure out how to use. Only quibble is that the inbox notifications don't seem to work.

Far superior to the official app. Some interface stuff feels a little clunky, but overall it is far faster to load than the official app and lacks many of the annoying little bugs and issues of the official app

Had this app for years but recently it has become almost unusable. Really long load times or not loading at all seems to get worse with each update

Constantly fails to load so much content that I've kinda given up using it. This was the case on my old phone and my brand new one.

Easy to use, light/dark theme options are good. I'm satisfied enough with this app not to have tried any of the other Reddit apps, so I think that speaks for itself.

The ultimate way to use reddit on a mobile device. The user interface is familiar to anybody who has used old reddit, and very clean. Absolutely better than the official app.

No thumbnails display. It looks like the only way to enable them is to log in to reddit, which I have no intention of doing. I know this probably won't matter to most people, but for me it's a deal breaker.

Great app. All versions of spoilers tags work on this. Easy to moderate through this too.

I have experimented with many reddit apps that all try to be too modern. Or, are battery hogs. This app is neither. Took me a day to get used to the ui, but wont go to another any time soon.

Much better than the official app. Ads are far less intrusive and easier to navigate comments

Love that the ads are blocked. Doesn't take forever to load stuff like the original reddit app.

Love this app for many years now. It always runs flawlessly and the interface is perfect.

Probably my favourite way to view Reddit - including the actual site, its compact and customisable. Also it remembers subs you visit which is perfect!

Great App! News, Sports, connecting to people with similar and completely different personalities

Love that you can search threads for individual words/wording. I don't know why the regular ap still doesn't have this...

Suddenly there are random ad pop ups when you read. Very irritating. There were ads before but not distracting.

nice app but stores way too many cache. i had to regularly clear cache. how the hell is this app goes from ~40mb in total to ~1gb after only few hours of browsing reddit??

I've been using RIF without issue for YEARS and somehow I haven't rated it yet. My bad. Theres not a bad thing I could say about it. As a migraine sufferer I really appreciate the dark theme

Downloaded this app just to download videos and that function barely works. Takes so many tries and hours to download even though i have 100/mbps internet and LTE. Do not use this app it is horrible.

Like this app more than the official app. Easier to use and less clutter and ads.

Newest version is slow to load pages. Hopefully its fixed soon.

I have premium and am still shown ads. I made sure the settings had that I do not want to see ads. What did I buy premium for?

I've used this app for 4 years. It's always worked flawlessly. RIF will always be the official app for me.

Easy to use & a great experience. Better than the actual website, by far

Works like a charm. Unlike the other Reddit app, it loads pretty quick and has a cool Dark theme.

This app collects a lot of user data and runs scripts outside the app, even when it is closed/terminated. Be careful using this app with apps that have sensitive information.

No ads, no crashes, just does what it's supposed to

Latest update is sending me email notifications even with notifications all turned off (and they turned back on twice!). Hate it.

Works great. Infinitely better than the official app. Only mobile version i will use.

Annoying bug trying to submit posts with images. Says "failed" no matter what.

Comments keep failing to load! How can this be fixed?

Usually good but recently GIFs play incredibly slowly or take forever to load if they even load first time

Perfect. Customizable, night mode, filters.

Decent, uncluttered interface for Reddit. It won't clog your memory.

Sometimes files dont load and I need to back out of the app and restart it to resolve.

Great reddit app with moderating support. The dark theme is also exceptionally executed, I wish reddit's desktop dark mode was as visually appealing.

Crisp format, fast load times, user friendly.

Could use more intuitive touch controls for comment navigation but otherwise tremendous

Loads way faster and is more user friendly than the official app

Almost perfect but sometimes doesnt load things. Still my favorite reddit app.

Works well for everything except the search function.

Been unable to post or upvote for awhile, no updates Galaxy S10+ and latest android OS (9/7/19)

Great App. Sometimes has trouble loading widget.

Love RiF. Easy viewing, connects with my Reddit account easily. Never had an issue

Twitter links are buggy. Otherwise very good.

Smooth, quick, and far better than the official app

A good app for reddit, my daily driver for 2+ years with minimal issues.

So much better then the official app. Although still not as good as the alien blue app.

Pros: it works, and unlike the official app my phone doesn't randomly seize up if it gets grumpy. Cons: it doesn't make Reddit itself any less terrible.

Love it. Much easier to navigate than Reddit.

Very light, fast, and customizable

Works well. Ads are non-intrusive.

Far better than any other Reddit and out there. Simply, minimalist experience with full functionality

App is easily configurable, few discernable bugs.

Great, easy to use. Puchased pro version.

Where have you been all my life. Was about to throw my phone against the wall because reddit would not load, was painfully slow, etc. Come to find out it thier app thats bad. I'm just getting used to this app and the way it's different but I got to tell you it's fast super responsive and I love reddit again.

Needs a better search function but overall very good.

5 star app but in split screen mode the controls for gifs and video refuse to open at all

Apk scan results

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requires following permissions on your android device.

view network connections
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.

create accounts and set passwords
Allows the app to use the account authenticator capabilities of the AccountManager, including creating accounts and getting and setting their passwords.

find accounts on the device
Allows the app to get the list of accounts known by the phone. This may include any accounts created by applications you have installed.

full network access
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.

control Near Field Communication
Allows the app to communicate with Near Field Communication (NFC) tags, cards, and readers.

read the contents of your SD card
Allows the app to read the contents of your SD card.

read sync settings
Allows the app to read the sync settings for an account. For example, this can determine whether the People app is synced with an account.

run at startup
Allows the app to have itself started as soon as the system has finished booting. This can make it take longer to start the phone and allow the app to slow down the overall phone by always running.

use accounts on the device
Allows the app to request authentication tokens.

control vibration
Allows the app to control the vibrator.

prevent phone from sleeping
Allows the app to prevent the phone from going to sleep.

modify or delete the contents of your SD card
Allows the app to write to the SD card.

toggle sync on and off
Allows an app to modify the sync settings for an account. For example, this can be used to enable sync of the People app with an account.

In-App billing
In-app Billing on Google Play provides a straightforward, simple interface for sending In-app Billing requests and managing In-app Billing transactions using Google Play.

receive data from Internet
Allows apps to accept cloud to device messages sent by the app's service. Using this service will incur data usage. Malicious apps could cause excess data usage.


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