Reddit APK

Version 2021.6.0 - com.reddit.frontpage
Last updated: Fri, 23 Apr 2021 6:53:12 UTC
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Reddit apk

APP Information

Download Version 2021.6.0 (310288)
Apk Size60.06 MB
App Developerreddit Inc.
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android6.0 and up
App Packagecom.reddit.frontpage.apk

Download Reddit 2021.6.0 APK

App Description

Reddit is reddit,frontpage,social, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.49 by 113 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit reddit Inc. website who developed it. com.reddit.frontpage.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 6.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 2021.6.0 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 APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 432326+ times on store. You can also download com.reddit.frontpage APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

With over 100K active communities, on Reddit you can laugh, think, discuss and dig deep into topics that matter to you. 
Reddit is free and open for everyone to post, share, vote and discuss. 

Reddit is powered by people. Your communities upvote and downvote posts to highlight the most interesting and relevant content. On Reddit, your privacy and opinions matter. 
You can share your passion for your favorite books, movies, video games, sports, TV shows, music and technology with millions of people who share your interests. 

With Reddit's official app, you can keep up with the most recent trends on the internet! Discover breaking news first, viral video clips, funny jokes, and hot memes. The official Reddit app makes it easy to find the topics most relevant for you, with an infinite scroll of content streams including, GIFs and videos, night mode, and a lightning fast-loading interface. The official Reddit app has access to exclusive new features like Chat, Community Group Chat and more. 

Get the best of what really interests you
You can join any community you find interesting, get your news, ask for advice, discuss sports and voice your opinion. Create a personalized feed by subscribing to your favorite subreddits. You can get a socially curated, constantly updated stream of news headlines, fun stories, sports talk, games, viral pics, top memes, and videos that interest you. If you’re into gaming and sports, you can discover the best Xbox and PS4 deals, talk PUBG or Fortnite strategy while discussing the latest NFL, NBA, MLB, and soccer games. 
You can see what’s trending on Reddit by visiting rpopular. 

Contribute & Share
Upload photos, post memes, contribute stories, join discussions, and help other people find the best stories, videos, pics, games, and news by upvoting and downvoting posts. Share and discuss posts with other redditors.

Chat with the community
Chat and Community Group Chat are now available on the official Reddit app. Chat is free, secure and fast! You can use it everywhere, and it syncs across all your mobile and desktop devices. You can join the chat room in a community like rFortnite or have a one-on-one conversation about science, movies, makeup, sports, or your favorite funny cat GIFs. 
With communities focused on entertainment, news, sports, DIY, viral memes, cats, cartoons, and more... You can find your home on Reddit. 

Privacy Policy: https:m.reddit.comwikiprivacypolicy

User Agreement: https:m.reddit.comwikiuseragreement

Content Policy: https:m.reddit.comwikicontentpolicy 

App ChangeLog

  • • Bug Fix: You can create an image post from your profile and scroll through your posts without crashing the app now
  • Previously in 2020.48.0
  • • Bug Fix: Now you don’t have to close and reopen your photo/media apps to view photos and media on Android 9 and below
  • • Bug Fix: We cleaned up a lot of the ways predictions work when you select and deselect options from the prediction sheet

App Screens

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Apk scan results

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requires following permissions on your android device.

approximate location (network-based)
Allows the app to get your approximate location. This location is derived by location services using network location sources such as cell towers and Wi-Fi. These location services must be turned on and available to your device for the app to use them. Apps may use this to determine approximately where you are.

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

take pictures and videos
Allows the app to take pictures and videos with the camera. This permission allows the app to use the camera at any time without your confirmation.

Allows access to the list of accounts in the Accounts Service.

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.

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

read phone state
Allows read only access to phone state, including the phone number of the device, current cellular network information, the status of any ongoing calls, and a list of any PhoneAccounts registered on the device.

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.

record audio
Allows the app to record audio with the microphone. This permission allows the app to record audio at any time without your confirmation.

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.

install shortcuts
Allows an application to add Homescreen shortcuts without user intervention.

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.

read Google service configuration
Allows this app to read Google service configuration data.


Certificate Issuer:C:US, ST:CA, L:San Francisco, O:reddit Inc., CN:Mobile Apps
Certificate Subject:C:US, ST:CA, L:San Francisco, O:reddit Inc., CN:Mobile Apps









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  1. Mochi Corgi-avatar

    Mochi Corgi


    The videos and gifs are absolutely unwatchable for quite a while now. The problem is definitely not my wifi/mobile data, i made sure to check everything before accepting the fact that it is Reddit itself. Everytime i come by a video or a gif, it starts playing normally, then it stops and i see a loading circle for sometime, then the video continues, and it repeats like that every time for every video and gif. It would be great for that to be fixed because its not getting anywhere this way.

  2. Noah Lapp-avatar

    Noah Lapp


    lol The app has been going downhill for some time. It crashes very frequently when viewing photos, photos or videos take forever to load sometimes for no apparent reason, and the amount of ads are getting ridiculous. Don't get me wrong, I understand the need for ads, and that's fine, but when almost every other post slot is an ad, that's getting ridiculous. Used to rate this 5 stars, because the app was perfect back when I started using it, but with every update these days it gets worse and worse.

  3. Robyn-avatar



    valorant I like the general concept of reddit, but you seriously have a lot to fix. Today the app doesn't work at all, I can't view anything and it's lagging- and this definitely isn't the first timethis has happened. It basically tells me "We had trouble getting to reddit" ever day. I can rarely post anything because it just fails to upload.

  4. Virtual Sinus-avatar

    Virtual Sinus


    corona Great content, good app. Not much to complain about; except, it's very annoying that (like in the Twitter app) you have to click that "back" button a million times or close the app entirely to get back to the home screen after you've followed a few links or have used the search field several times. This is unnecessary and I'd expect a better solution here.

  5. Dan Mueller-avatar

    Dan Mueller


    memes Practically none of the videos plays properly. They either don't start playing or stop playing within 20 seconds and don't start again. Another annoying thing is after I've been browsing for a while on my phone i sometimes accidentally touch the refresh icon with my finger that's holding my phone. It then brings you back to the top and i have to scroll all the way down past everything I've viewed to get back to my previous spot. Edit: I just updated and I'm still getting the same issues.

  6. Melissa lml-avatar

    Melissa lml


    league of legends An excellent platform that you can personalise to your taste. For beginner it gets confusing but as time pass you'll definitely get the hang of it. The only improvement I can say is the occasional hiccups like repeated post unless refreshed few times and sometimes the video gets buggy where it reloads/get stuck. I would like to suggest that reddit allows to sort our saves according to categories as they're many subreddits for their own purpose.

  7. Joanna Wichtowska-avatar

    Joanna Wichtowska


    animal crossing You know, when the app prompts me to respond if I'm enjoying it, and I respond that not so much, maybe you'd consider letting me describe why, instead of immediately opening the support page, which doesn't have a general feedback option? Anyways, the amount of times it times out for me is staggering, subreddits I'm not banned on keep saying that I can't view them, a mess all around. This is exactly why I prefer browsing Reddit via the website.

  8. IReapz Ecx-avatar

    IReapz Ecx


    livestreamfails My videos play for 5 seconds and stops, then you have to restart the video and it goes up 2 seconds and rewinding again. The videos never buffer and I don't have this trouble on any other app/platform. This happens on desktop as well. But the ads always play perfectly, this app is trash. It's a place filled with toxic children and power hungry mods going nowhere else in life.

  9. Anna Roesdahl-avatar

    Anna Roesdahl


    wolcen For some reason the app has become extremely slow. Pictures won't load, videos won't load etc. Used to be a lovely app, but now it's a pain to use. Tried to reinstall - didn't help. Hope you guys figure something out soon, so that we can get our lovely app upp and working again!

  10. Samuel Cook-avatar

    Samuel Cook


    wow Edit: Reinstall fixed it FOR A DAY. Unusable with how slow it is now. From the second I open the app (and wait the 30+ seconds to load), there is a visible stutter every second or so. And the stutter will last for nearly a full second! Any tab I try, it is still absolutely struggling to run on my phone. I'm not sure what your devs did, but they need to fix it quickly. Unfortunately it doesn't seem too promising, which is a shame because it used to be a great app.

  11. Justine Flavier-avatar

    Justine Flavier


    The app content is good and all (as always) but these past few days I start noticing that the app has been FREQUENTLY CRASHING every minute... literally. I've done everything from clear cache to restarting my phone and yet it doesn't fix it. I also noticed other recent comments/reviews that report the same problem. I do hope that you (Devs) would take notice of this and fix it as soon as possible it.

  12. Tatyanah Quintero-avatar

    Tatyanah Quintero


    Layout has been changed to being too compressed, now you can only see the title of the posts and not the content unless you click into it. If im scrolling I want to see the content at a glance and decided if I want to see the rest. Also, videos have a hard time loading on cellular service. Update: Reddit always gives the error "we had some trouble", what's going on here?

  13. Brandi Weston-avatar

    Brandi Weston


    I love this app!! My only issue is I've got my settings to show me posts and comments as new first. But it's always shows up as best comments or top posts, every single time!! It's very frustrating since I'm constantly having to change every time.

  14. M. Davis-avatar

    M. Davis


    I've been using Reddit for about a month now and the app for a little bit less than that. I really enjoy Reddit as a service and I find their app to be a pleasing way to reddit. Everything is where you'd expect it to be and works as it should. The fonts and colors are attractive. Generally pretty fast. Of note; the prior update had just enough locking up and crashing issues to be annoying. I haven't experienced any of that since I downloaded the current update so hopefully it's fixed.

  15. Zenon Frangoulis-avatar

    Zenon Frangoulis


    The app is so good for many different things. I can use the app for memes, other types of regular content along with the usefulness of the app for learning. Due to the large communities based around every type of topic you can ask a question that usually is answered by many people with many different answers for your judgement and learning.

  16. wo0o0o-avatar



    Reddit is good, but its functionality in making and posting something is awkwardly limited. When you want to post something, you're committed to posting in ONE format, you can't write text, put an image, then write text under that (as far as I'm aware, perhaps there is a way to do it, I can confirm I found none on my end). Apps like Amino, another one I've used and reviewed, was more flexible in its approach. Take notes, Reddit.

  17. Sarah V-avatar

    Sarah V


    I downloaded this app to login to my existing account. As I went to click login for existing users, a popup came up at the same time asking me to connect to my google account. I saw the popup too late, clicked it, and have spent the last several minutes trying to delete the account. But you can't delete the account without setting a password which requires you to receive an email. Let me be VERY clear: I will never, ever, EVER want an active reddit account tied to my real name or my email.

  18. Dave Sadler-avatar

    Dave Sadler


    Overall it's a pretty good app. I do have some issues with video playback from time to time. Sometimes when you attempt to fast forward or rewind a video it will glitch out and stop playing. Often, when this does happen, I have to close the app and come back to the video in order to watch it.

  19. Bryce-avatar



    Just WHAT is happening with ads lately? Literally getting 4 ads in a row at a time, and it's causing lag. Constantly reloading the home/popular feed after viewing the comments of a post. View post, hit back button go go back to main feed, reloads the feed. This app is getting worse over time. Hitting the back button scrolls you back to the top of the home\popular feed, and reloads. Extremely frustrating. Also becomes slow to the point of crashing after you've been browsing for 20-30 minutes.

  20. Kasper Bøttger-avatar

    Kasper Bøttger


    Love the website. The app is getting worse, though. Too many technical difficulties and too many adds. Edit: The app has been extremely slow lately. Cleared app cache/data. Reinstalled. All to no avail. No other app on my device is having issues. Fix this, please! I'll be looking at alternatives to the official Reddit app soon.

  21. Chris Hall-avatar

    Chris Hall


    Awful. Doesnt show posts that are relevant to your interested unless you join a specific forum. The one time i try to post a photo its unable to upload; come to find out, this is an ongoing problem with mobile reddit. Their only solution is upload it via computer. A pisspoor excuse for fixing a broken feature. Zero effort given to improve a popular platform, makes no sense.

  22. Madhur Bhaiya-avatar

    Madhur Bhaiya


    Full marks for the content. 2 stars removed for the App not giving an option to stream videos at lower quality. On slow internet or limited data availability, it is impossible to think of viewing a video. There must be an option in settings to set default video quality. Same thing for pics

  23. Kuziva Mubonderi-avatar

    Kuziva Mubonderi


    It's a good experience but not great like on IOS. The app constantly crashes and we can't do a lot of the stuff we can do on other social media like changing your username and view your followers, the crashes are too much you're changing the UI a lot and just making it worse please stop. It's the best social media in my opinion but improving the app would make it even better.

  24. K D-avatar

    K D


    Constant crash, terrible app. The app simply goes down for hours at a time where "something went wrong" and no amount of clearing cache or data fixes it. You cannot switch between your accounts without logging out and removing them then adding back which one you want. You can't comment without "oops something went wrong" and then when you finally post, it will post all 6 times you tried. Blocking someone only means you can't see them, because they can still spy on you all they want. Incel city.

  25. Refinnej-avatar



    Constantly freezes then has to be forced closed. It is constantly lagging. I get a lot of loading errors as well. If I use my phone's browser to access reddit I get the annoying pop up on the bottom asking to use the app so there is no win for me using reddit on my phone. Also, I get a ridiculous amount of ads on Reddit. I just had 10 ads in a row. 10!! Oh yeah, and they support kiddie diddler supporters.

  26. Luis Garcia-avatar

    Luis Garcia


    I love the app but there is a lot of lagging. The internet is fast in any other app but if I use this app it take too much time loading a simple picture, a video freezes every 3 seconds and takes longer to load even if it's a short low resolution gif. I have to disconnect and reconnect from the WiFi router to get the app going a bit more normally but it still keeps lagging. This happens only on this app, so you guys gotta do something about it please.

  27. Olek Woj-avatar

    Olek Woj


    The app is extremely slow. Loading pictures painfully slow, but a 720p video loading for more than a minute is a joke. Also the app itself isn't really the best one when it comes to interface. New users, including me have a hard time finding anything thy want to find

  28. Kevin-avatar



    The chat feature is absolute garbage. Constant "channel can't be loaded" errors and missing notifications. If you're going to lock this feature to the official app and prevent third parties from using the API, at least make it work correctly.

  29. K T-avatar

    K T


    Forced to use to view anything now since reddit requires sign in, but the app is barely functional, crashes, shows the video of the previously visited page on the current one, and sometimes doesn't even load the links you click in browser at all, and when you go back to Chrome, they redirect you to a page for the app that cannot be backed out of, forcing you to find the page again. They should just allow mobile web browsing instead of forcing people to use this broken app.

  30. Zach-avatar



    This app is atrocious. Posts consistently don't load, a 30 second low quality video will stop to buffer 20 times for 30 seconds. Inviting one video unmutes all videos in your feed. Icon placement is idiotic, too close to others so instead of saving a post you wind up joining the subreddit. It's almost like they designed this app so bad on purpose to drive people to only use reddit from their computer.

  31. shoePatty-avatar



    I prefer the browser version but it always pushes me to use the app. I feel like I have way more control over what I see and how I see it on the browser version. The app is more like any other annoying social media feed. I wish there was something that bridged the interface and functionality of the two. Let me know if you know of anything like that!

  32. Khar-avatar



    Really easy to use although I don't know all the functions. Smooth, simple, pointed towards certain topics which is soo much nicer than the strangely random toxicity that you sometimes have to wade through on other platforms. I really wish there was a translate feature and I'm not sure why they have not implemented that.

  33. Princess HoneyBadger-avatar

    Princess HoneyBadger


    Reddit has been one of my favorite apps for the past year, but now it's not working anymore. Videos don't load really at all and if they do it takes about 1 to 2 minutes maybe longer. And the app is just slow in general now. Its been like this for a few days and its quite ridiculous. I hope they fix it soon. Edit: Its been a month and they still haven't fixed the issues. I can barely watch videos on the app still. Going from 3 stars to 1 star.

  34. EugenOnDiscord-avatar



    The actual site is good, and that itself has no problems. But for mobile reddit can be so buggy and broken, for example: I can't switch accounts, it just stays on one; Notifications literally break reddit for a while, when I click on one sometimes the app freezes and I have to wait an hour or so to go back on reddit; And also some features just generally don't work

  35. Sean Stewart-avatar

    Sean Stewart


    great when it works but lately it has been terrible. constantly getting " something went wrong" and even while on wifi videos never load properly. this has really become an issue in the lest 2 or 3 months. prior to that it was great. not sure what changed. seriously needs to get fixed. I'm thinking of just Uninstalling soon

  36. Jack McMinn-avatar

    Jack McMinn


    This app has a few massive problems. 1) if you want to delete an account you have to go on the site. You have no means to delete it on the app. 2) you cannot edit custom feeds. Once a sub is added there is no means to remove it. It probably can be edited on the site as well. But why should I have to use the site? It's just tedious. These aren't the only problems but its crazy that these problems persist and I really hope they fix these soon.

  37. Sean T-avatar

    Sean T


    The platform is fantastic but the app is terrible. Videos, which are a huge part of the experience, either don't load at all or play for a few seconds then crash. Also, often the app doesn't let you post content and gives the entirely uninformative error of "something went wrong".

  38. Mike Osborne-avatar

    Mike Osborne


    Ok. I really like the layout, but the developers don't care if the app is bug free. Bugs include: slowing down and then crashing after 10 minutes, video player is really low quality, sometimes the vote number disappears after an upvote/downvote and is replaced with three dots, etc. The only reason I still use this poor excuse of an app is because I don't like the layout of third party apps for reddit. Reddit developers: FIX MAJOR BUGS INSTEAD OF ADDING POINTLESS "FEATURES" ALREADY!!!

  39. Mark Price-avatar

    Mark Price


    Great phone app. Five stars for that. Really frustrating on my Lenovo tablet. Crashes constantly, locks up even more. Two stars or less for that experience. Too bad it's so much easier to read on the tablet. I end up viewing reddit through the browser.

  40. Ryan Clayton-avatar

    Ryan Clayton


    It's a decent mobile app but nowhere near as well put together as Reddit is Fun. Things you can easily do in reddit is fun that you can't on this app: search comments, formatting comments, find new subreddits or the list of all subreddits.

  41. Володимир Снігур-avatar

    Володимир Снігур


    "More frequent than I'd like" review update: parts of UI are in wrong places, videos randomly turn into "gifs" with half of frames missing or outright stop playing or don't even load. Or they can refuse replaying. Plus seems like Reddit's trying to be all "Facebook-like" with new "oi, you've seen one (!) comment thread? Now wanna see more "Posts like this" eh?" No, I don't. Improving user engagement, right? Doesn't improve much. At least now we can see not only post title... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  42. Gray-avatar



    Constant errors loading messages. Almost unuseable with loading errors. Moderation infested with the exact people who shouldn't have any power. They ban based on personal feelings, not legitimate violations. Instead of being given a reason for your ban, you are insulted. When you appeal, you get muted. Very unprofessional. Prominent subs are little more than anti-conservative/white/US hate groups. Censorship abound, unless you have the "right" opinions. Pedophile lovers.

  43. me and chara dreemurr-avatar

    me and chara dreemurr


    great app and really fun that I'm addicted! one thing that I don't like is that, let's say I'm replying to someone in the comments. For some reason it automatically reply's to the comment BELOW it and not the one I'm replying to. Please fix this because replying to the wrong person is pretty embarassing. Also, it keeps crashing and freezing when I click on a picture or on a sub reddit. please fix this. The content is good but the app itself has some fixes here and there.

  44. Diogo Poeira-avatar

    Diogo Poeira


    I have to use the app since Reddit forces me to. I would be fine just using the mobile version of the website but whatever. The app is extremely slow and buggy and doesn't work the first time it is opened, I have to close and re-open. Also sometimes content on public subreddits doesn't load at all or shows message saying that the community is private, which is obviously false. Hopefully Reddit stops forcing the users to have a useless app installed, or atleast fix the app and make it usable.

  45. Robert Horne-avatar

    Robert Horne


    I love Reddit but I hate this app. I use a bluetooth keyboard for typing on my phone and it's a pain when you can't view the app in landscape mode, other than for fullscreen video. There are annoying nuances like the app toggling my subscription to a community when I agree to the popup to subscribe and get notifications from the community and you can't view multiple threads at once. It's only good if you just want to scroll through a community's feed. I'll just use the browser version.

  46. Ryan Mallatt-avatar

    Ryan Mallatt


    Each update creates more issues. Some photos never load, gifs are choppy or stop, and there is a lot of "not responding" when scrolling through my feed. Too many suggested/sponsored posts. 3/14 update: App is now sluggish, appears to be sucking memory or communicating a ton of data. Other apps unaffected, so isn't phone issue. 3/25 update: no recent issues.

  47. Howler-avatar



    I've been trying to upload multiple pictures on android for days now, and it won't let me. At first I thought it was my phone or internet, but it turns out it is not just on my end as seen by other reviews. This is ridiculous, a company as big as this should be able to fix something so minor.

  48. Dustin Fox-avatar

    Dustin Fox


    App is often buggy, but that's to be expected from Reddit. My issue is recently the app won't let me switch profiles. Even when I log out of both and log into my alt, it still will show my main. I had to uninstall the app and do a fresh reinstall just to get it to work. I shouldn't have to do that.

  49. LeafyIdentify-avatar



    Great app to use when you're bored! It has kept me entertained for months! One feature that should be added is to go back to the page you were previously on. It's annoying having to scroll all the way down when you accidentally close the app. However, I love it and I'd highly recommend it to phone addicts who get bored easily!

  50. no_one_luvz_u-avatar



    The reason for this rating is because reddit's save function is one of the most frustrating and unoptomized features I have seen on any social media. Firstly it seems to have a random chance to just not save it if you click save. Then there is the fact that you cannot view your old saved posts. When I scroll down it goes through around 70 of my recent posts and then just repeats it endlessly. I have more complaints such as you can't view more than 1 post at a time but I'm out out of space.

  51. Angela Davis-avatar

    Angela Davis


    I love the content on Reddit and the people but I hate this app. It is by far the buggiest social media app there is. Every freaking video buffers. It takes 6 minutes to watch a 2 minute video. It crashes quite often. Reddit if you could just get your s%$& together, it could have so many more subscribers. Such a shame

  52. Jacob Asuncion-avatar

    Jacob Asuncion


    The app is fine. I just hate how the "What's New" update messages never actually say what's new. "Just a few small things" OK BUT WHAT THINGS DID YOU CHANGE? That tells me NOTHING. Other apps say "Various bug fixes" acting all secretive which is fine. But not even saying something generic like "Bug fixes" just pisses me off.

  53. RaphWRk-avatar



    App runs hilariously bad for an official app of a social media platform Also you consantly update the UI and make it actively worse. Now when you click on a post to see more you only see SOME comments and instead a list of "recommended posts", thats horseshit remove that immediately. Also now the original poster when commenting on their own post is FAR less visible, why the hell would you change that? Literally no one had an issue with it and you made it worse

  54. Oliver Day-avatar

    Oliver Day


    Pretty great - love the honest flippance of Reddit users - I think a stance against implementation of advertising would do wonders for conserving the userbase. Love the simplicity yet specificity of searching for relevent material. Give this a 4 out of 5 or a solid 8 out of 10 - the result is the same. If it ain't broke don't fix it - even though our instinct is to mix it 🙃

  55. Jack Fletcher-avatar

    Jack Fletcher


    It's pretty slow and clunky. I just want to see posts and comments, so the chat/live/profiles/status buttons, banners and messages around the app are unwanted. GIF/picture posts that aren't hosted on Reddit are usually broken unless you open them in a browser. "Open in app" links from web don't seem to work often, it's really annoying and user hostile.

  56. Max Jones-avatar

    Max Jones


    Ultimately superior to more basic systems, reddit is up there with youtube as one of the greats. Reddit is a great place to go if facebook seems to outdated but newer social media platforms are too simple for anyone to have any fun. Feel like you want to rant a bit, or just have an idea that needs fully expressing? You can categorize all day long, and put out there what you think needs to be said. Only complaint is videos don't work so well, but that isn't the point of reddit. It's paradise.

  57. TryMeBitch-avatar



    I want to give it more stars but I've been experiencing this problem where I'll exit a post and a sound from a video(which I can't see or find and have never watched before) would start playing and won't stop untill I exit the app completely. Which is insanely annoying especially if I was browsing something and can't find it anymore.

  58. booksandatlaareawesome-avatar



    This used to be a five star review but after the recent update I get the exact same posts every time I open the app. Before the posts I'd seen or interacted with at all went away so that the less upvoted posts could be seen. Now just the top posts are visible. My feed has basically become the popular feed. Hope this is fixed, its really ruining my experience.

  59. Wyatt NK-avatar

    Wyatt NK


    It's as simple as this. Why pay a monthly fee to remove ads when other apps are either ad-free or a one-time fee to remove them... O and those other apps are FAR more customizable. Every time I try to use this app (for it's rewards, live streams, chats) I get lost in all the clutter on the frontpage. Ads that look identical to posts, constantly being told to "discover" or "explore"

  60. Daniel FC-avatar

    Daniel FC


    Can anyone explain why I started to get "promoted" posts constantly aside of long loading times? Then I had to reinstall the app and all the promoted posts are gone, and it no longer take a long time to load. Is it possible to get malware on the app just by browsing it? No clicking it or opening links just browsing it?

  61. Christian Overbey-avatar

    Christian Overbey


    It's mostly a pleasant experience. There are good suggestions about what to investigate and mostly good moderations about the topics. It's easy to find the next topic. At some level, it will always be about the quality of user-provided context and this will always suffer...

  62. Levent XY-avatar

    Levent XY


    Love Reddit, but the app really only works half of the time. Very buggy, especially since the last update pretty much breaking the entire app. App doesn't load comments, links, vids, subs etc... so pretty much nothing else except for the front page. Rated it 5 stars but since the last update I had to knock it down to 3 (at best)

  63. Daniel-avatar



    Whatever they've done in the latest update has made the app unusable for me. Clicking a notification for a comment reply sometimes takes me to someone else's comment. I can't see all the replies to one of my comments in one place, I have to go to my notifications list and click the reply notification to read them one by one. The UI is becoming too busy now that there are links to other posts listed when viewing a post. I wish they would go back to basics with this app.

  64. Daniel Lockhart-avatar

    Daniel Lockhart


    When it works, it works great. Unfortunately, the app is broken 85% of the time. Always says unable to reach reddit and when it can, I get so much empty in my notifications when I have notifications. Bacon reader works so much better, may be switching back.

  65. Robert Caudill jr.-avatar

    Robert Caudill jr.


    I like it a lot. Lots of diversified, eclectic, and niche fields of topics, interests, discussions, and sometimes complex conversations.... some times not. If you've got a specific interest, hobby, or knowledge of something the subs can get pretty specific. Just play nice, dont be rude, and ALWAYS READ THE RULES FOR EACH SUB.

  66. Nico Rivera-avatar

    Nico Rivera


    App is not working. Only what is on the main page loads but if you look up anything or go to another page it says error loading content. Also I have been trying to reset my password but everytime I click the link to rest it it says the link is expired, and/or the app closes out.

  67. Mike Spongili-avatar

    Mike Spongili


    I like Reddit, but the app is garbage. It's the only app I've ever used that freezes regularly. Five, maybe ten minutes, and it just locks right up. You can force close the app, or wait for it to close itself, but it won't start back up again for at least thirty seconds. I'd love to get a third party app to use the service through.

  68. Daniel Calverley-avatar

    Daniel Calverley


    App seems to be going downhill fast. Videos and pictures fail to load constantly on 1gb network. The primary concern for me is the way reddit is moderated. Most big subs are moderated by the same users who in a sense control most of what is allowed on reddit. There needs to be a cap on how subs someone can manage. In addition, subs should be required to have x mods per x users.

  69. Nina H-avatar

    Nina H


    In the last few days the app has become almost unusable. Its incredibly slow. Posts, pictures and videos are loading extremely slowly, often i am just giving up and closing the app. Sometimes it will freeze while scrolling. No other app on my phone has these issues.

  70. Joshua Sharba-avatar

    Joshua Sharba


    I actually love the app. Great reddit mobile option. Last couple days have seen a lot of freezing and crashing though. I think it's time for an update.

  71. Stxrry l!t-avatar

    Stxrry l!t


    Don't get me wrong! This is a great app. But I do have one problem- You can't change your username after you select one you like, which is kinda annoying... (Also why I gave it 4 stars) So maybe make all users be able to change there username once every 31 days? Just a suggestion. But it's still a great app!

  72. Cris Garcia-avatar

    Cris Garcia


    Terrible these days. It crashes a lot. It's unresponsive to clicks and the back button/swipe. Doesn't show videos, takes forever to show images (if at it does at all). It has been doing this for years now. You're better off reading reddit in your mobile browser.

  73. Johnny West-avatar

    Johnny West


    Lots of fun. I will say, the communities I'm a part of are well regulated, not censored, just moderated to keep on topic in a constructive way, and there seems to be many diverse topics, each moderated within the Guidelines you agree to abide by. Be nice and, not only will you interact with cool people, but I've found great sources of current information related to my interests. Some cool open forums as well. Enjoyable.

  74. Ethan Fox-avatar

    Ethan Fox


    It was good at first, but now everything lags, and when I try to edit my avatar the entire app crashes. Please fix this. I saw a lot of other people mentioning it too, so your probably already working on it.

  75. Jordan Vasquez-avatar

    Jordan Vasquez


    Need to work on the swipe functionality. Far too often does it interfere with the swipe back on Android 10+. Also I have encountered multiple posts where reddit starts to randomly take actions that I am not doing, such as click on links and other things. Needs to seriously be fixed, other reddit apps are far better.

  76. Efrain Cervantes-avatar

    Efrain Cervantes


    I would rate it 5 stars if it wasnt for as of recent. My popular screen doesnt load at all anymore, just my home screen and awarded. I can easily fix this by browsing anonymous but then i wont be able to comment or upvote which is disheartening. Fix this and its 5 stars

  77. Alexander Malik-avatar

    Alexander Malik


    Amazing app for content! I love that you can cater the feed to your interests. My only problem with the app is how they force you to categorize different subs and shove live feeds in your face. Also, it's all a bit too political. But I still love it!

  78. Aiden Ray-avatar

    Aiden Ray


    I'm not exactly sure why Reddit still has not altered the blocking system. If I use the app for example in a meeting reddit, or friendship area etc and I block somebody in advance they should not keep appearing in the post stream. For example they spam post nonstop, I'm not interested in hearing or seeing what they have to say but for some reason the app still shows you their postings. You just can't interact with them. Not sure why so hard to just remove them from the stream

  79. ramona robles-avatar

    ramona robles


    Its a fun app to use but i noticed theres glitches here and there. Such as not posting all your pics. i had to delete the post twice till the images that were missing finally posted. Also, it wont refresh when im opening the app. Have to close out and open again.

  80. Nix-avatar



    4/5 app still constantly loading, clicking on links in emails and trying to open in the reddit app just takes me to a page of the reddit icon and doesn't load at all. Not getting any notifications for when people reply to my comments or posts, have to open browser App constantly loading, direct links from other news sources or email app to the Reddit app is always 'loading animation'. Only works just fine when I clear storage and cache and don't login. Been an constant issue for the past month.

  81. Scott Robertson-avatar

    Scott Robertson


    Poor interface, hijacks screen orientation, (is it really that hard to support landscape for tablets?), 1/2 the videos don't play with sound and/or are missing basic play/pause controls, and that's just the ones that aren't straight reposts from YouTube.

  82. Chirag Ravindra-avatar

    Chirag Ravindra


    Great community. Was put off by random spikes in load times. It gets so bad that some content just does not load at all. This appears to be an app only problem because I've seen the website load seamlessly on desktop on the same connection

  83. Sean O'Leary-avatar

    Sean O'Leary


    If you report an ad that you've scrolled past for the millionth time as spam (because it's spam) and block the user, Reddit will tell you that you won't see posts from that user again. You'll proceed to see the same spam for another infinity times. In other words, posts that accomplish nothing else than annoy you -- that you've explicitly reported to Reddit -- are still alright if they're paid for. Go figure.

  84. Ryan McMenemy-avatar

    Ryan McMenemy


    I've had an account on Reddit for over 4 years now. At first, I wasn't quite sure as the concept behind it as it was a new platform to me entirely. Nonetheless, as I browsed along it became easier to use and quite frankly rather addicting. Especially finding sub-reddits with people telling stories true or false. They tend to be really well written and rather gripping ! Anyways I digress, overall, I would recommend Reddit to everyone !!!

  85. Angela Poveromo-avatar

    Angela Poveromo


    I really love the Paranormal or the scary stories I actually love all the stories! People ask for advice and you can help them or give them advice when you're bored before bed or can't sleep it's definitely awesome to have to read a little bit if you're not into TV! I really love this app

  86. aka Kitsune-avatar

    aka Kitsune


    Customized Reddit webbrower with a HUGE storage requirement. The app works good and fast, but heavily bloated. Have to wipe the cache daily, and the complete app data weekly to regulate it's storage size... Seriously, why does it need to cache anything (besides your avatar) to the storage??? [EDIT] i have figured out that disabling the "Saved image attribution" won't bloat your "Application Data" anymore, only just have to wipe the cache as usual.

  87. Nick Upchurch-avatar

    Nick Upchurch


    My favorite app. I love the customization options. I like being able to change the feed based to custom subs that I chose. Darkmode is killer. The posts are always interesting and comments are often insightful helpful and non toxic based on how I sort through them. I use this app more than any other for free time browsing.

  88. Kris-avatar



    Delet this Keep on getting the same horrible ads even after blocking their channel, I'm sure there is one small thing that drives everyone insane. Well, this is my thing baby. Also, it frequently crashes and doesn't load, loads the same posts constantly. Awful app

  89. the T-800-avatar

    the T-800


    The app is awesome. There is a sub reddit available for each and every topic you can think of. The only problem i've faced is that its a bit hard to navigate around as a total beginner but once you spend sometime you'll learn about it all quickly

  90. Nathaniel Miller-avatar

    Nathaniel Miller


    First off I literally only installed the app just so I didn't have to use chrome to view various gaming walkthroughs and information. I don't support pedophilia and those that practice it, but when its the subject of EVERY OTHER POST, it gets really irritating. I believe in the rule of the law, and the consequences for breaking them. No one seems to understand that pedophiles are human and therefore they have rights. tl;dr the community is toxic AF, and I'm not going to be a part of it.

  91. Mark R-avatar

    Mark R


    App. Now forces you to sign in. Probably to track you better. Also, loading times on videos are terrible, making most of them unwatchable. If you accidentally click the back button it will take you all the way back to the beggining of feed. Keep it more simple reddit!

  92. Dawnelle Chen-avatar

    Dawnelle Chen


    It's wonderful having an app not affiliated with Facebook in anyway shape or form. I like how you can follow a huge variety of pages. The only down fall I don't like is how you can only post 10 or so minutes apart.

  93. Alexandru Lipan-avatar

    Alexandru Lipan


    The latest update made the UI counter intuitive and slowed the load times of everything, but 3/5 stars because the advertisement problem is resolved. Unfortunately Reddit as a social is riddled with mod abuses and the Aimee admin chaos, that basically halved my feed. If I can't access freely my communities and the contents, what will become Reddit?

  94. Hiskboi-avatar



    The community is what it is and i find it cool but at the time of writing i logged in just for it to take forever to load i can't view communities i can't comment so i decided to reinstall the app and try to log in just to be shown to this message: we were unable to authenticate you i was frustrated with such BS My internet is fine my phone is fine everything was fine but the app so just optimize the app if you do i will appreciate it Edit: i can now log in thank god that i can log in

  95. Kr4k3n-avatar



    The app was working super good up until the recent update. Now every post in my feed I've already seen im not getting any new content its been stuck all day, and it repeats every 20 posts. UPDATE: The problem was mostly fixed I still see the same posts every once and a while but way less than before, 4 stars.

  96. Jack Mazzitello-avatar

    Jack Mazzitello


    Not nearly as user friendly as Reddit is Fun, for example. Immediately after downloading I began receiving unprovoked push notifications about recent posts, ones having nothing to do with the subreddits I subscribe to. Somehow this app has an overall positive rating despite a clear majority of recent reviews being negative. Take the recent and honest reviews to heart: look elsewhere.

  97. amp18-avatar



    So many great creations on here. Content creators put hard work into it. Edit: The app has stopped loading posts i want to see. When they do load it takes forever. Its unusable. When they fix it, ill change my review.

  98. Viraj Mathur-avatar

    Viraj Mathur


    Honestly I expected the app to improve but after almost a year of use I can say for a fact that this is a terrible app. The site itself is fine but half the videos don't load or load so slowly that I'd rather watch paint dry, the notifications are basically useless and honestly if I can stream 4k60fps and then not open a single image on reddit, I don't know think the problem is on my end

  99. Joseph Cannings-avatar

    Joseph Cannings


    Great app to connect with groups of people sharing similar interests, but there seems to be an unavoidable toxic atmosphere within the app as a whole, and no simple way of avoiding uninteresting topics.

  100. Harry St Baker-avatar

    Harry St Baker


    They keep updating this app pushing more ads and additional communities. I now have an ad or community suggestion every third or fourth post. This is getting very annoying because now 1/4 of the content I am looking at is not what I am interested in. I am going to move to an alternative app now to see if they are better.

  101. Cam Caoile-avatar

    Cam Caoile


    A place to explore different interests without being judged and a great platform to learn so many things. The glitches happen from time to time though. Still, a great app to tear away from FB, IG and Twitter etc.

  102. fleas.-avatar



    Good app, but people on here can be pretty stupid, though that's not the developer's fault at all. I only use this app to vibe on the r/Beastars sub Reddit since I'm on the Discord server. It runs well but there have been some times where my posts will duplicate. Other than that, it's good. Just be careful about sharing your opinions with other people on here, they usually don't take too kindly to that

  103. Siddharth Chauhan-avatar

    Siddharth Chauhan


    I want to like the app. I like the interface. But I can't give it more than 3 stars because it's very slow. I have a fast Internet but still the app takes so long to load photos and videos, it just makes me close the app. So in a way, it's a feature to stop you from wasting time?

  104. Chris Randall-avatar

    Chris Randall


    The app needs improvement. • The video player is terrible, rotates too easily when you don't want it to and won't rotate when you want it to. • The jump to next comment button is useless now as it only shows the top comment and has annoying suggestions are the bottom. • No way to pause/play GIFS • Trouble reaching reddit error is way too common

  105. A Wild Deku-avatar

    A Wild Deku


    Doesn't allow me to upload photos, which is a huge problem considering the majority of the subreddits I utilize are photography themed. File size, internet connection, it doesn't seem to matter. Attempts are always met with "unable to upload image" errors. This needs to be fixed.

  106. Pork Huntt-avatar

    Pork Huntt


    500 words can not even come close to describing how broken this app is. I don't even know why I bother. I'll update it than boom more problems. So over it. Stop adding stupid features like fake like counters or the fact videos mute when rewinding or that ads play a full volume or that other videos sounds play while your in a different post comments or more post you may like which makes you hide to view comments or I click on a post it opens the next post.congrats on most broken app of 2020.

  107. Jason Winn-avatar

    Jason Winn


    I am just amazed at the lack of user control. It takes a new level of ineptitude to not provide a way to simply ENTER THE NAME OF A SUBREDDIT! How broken is the UI development team that they think they should be second-guessing every request we make? I can't even go to subreddits if they don't come up on the search. Your hubris is killing your product.

  108. TGMETTE-avatar



    I want to mention this here. Reddit is messed up right now. First when I wanted to view a community, reddit said I cannot. Then I restarted my phone and deleted the app and reinstalled it. When I wanted to long in via Google it said that reddit cannot authenticate me. Also when I actually did manage to log in, where ever I go, reddit will say "let's try it again" please fix this

  109. Jay Spradley-avatar

    Jay Spradley


    Really good app but like Virtual Sinus said it is a pain to either have to close the app altogether or keep hitting the back button to get to the home page. If only you could just push a button and go there instantly.

  110. Shadeslayer-avatar



    Absolutely garbage application! I don't understand why the mobile version doesn't let users post images/videos. It's been forever and there's still no fix in sight. Also, there's so many key features missing in the mobile version that it simply looks like a half-assed attempt.

  111. Michael Young-avatar

    Michael Young


    This app is genuinely broken. I have multiple account and although this is "supported" it just doesn't work, sometimes clicking on another account to switch just does nothing. It bombards you with notifications but clicking them either freezes the app or just doesn't open the thread. Completely broken.

  112. Cassidy James Blaede-avatar

    Cassidy James Blaede


    Doesn't use and respect the Android notification channels, so by default you get ads pushed to you alongside important notifications, with no way to distinguish them in the Android settings. You're also constantly pushed to the official app instead of being able to use the website or third-party apps.

  113. Theo San-avatar

    Theo San


    The only reason why I put it 4 stars and not 5, as it normally deserves, is because I've got two complains : First of all, you can't change your username and that is a furiating thing for those who want to change usernames every once in a while! Secondly, I don't really like a lot of avatars that you can put as your profile picture, so I'd really want to have the option to put an image that I want, from my local gallery.

  114. Melissa Curry-avatar

    Melissa Curry


    Been using for 9+months:Never technical challenges like every other app!Flawless fluid integration w/google search:reddit result matches always ask:stay in browser or use app? If I choose to continue in the app,but was typing a comment/message it will ask if I want to interrupt the message instead of assuming so! If I continue in browser:app activity isn't affected-at all! HUGE gaming ads are super annoying and way too big,but considering the platform and lack of app based cons they're tolerable

  115. Jimmy D-avatar

    Jimmy D


    The past couple months I have experienced a lot of bugs, and today, the app continuously crashes. Videos and pictures won't load, and the app freezes up after I scroll through 3 or 4 posts.

  116. jackson mooney-avatar

    jackson mooney


    Anytime you click on a link that takes you out of the app, when you come back you will find that you have been reset to the top of the page. I believe they do this in order to make people have to scroll past more ads. Or they are completely unable to make even a simple phone application run correctly

  117. Zach Weiler-avatar

    Zach Weiler


    The act of switching from reddit is fun to the official app was smoother than expected, considering the amount of hate "new reddit" got. The app is a modern approach on a forum mixed with vague social media elements that allow users to express themselves -- while also giving those who just want to browse the anonymity they desire. It's a tad messy, and I personally find decluttering by removing thumbnails and viewing in "list" style to give the app a less overwhelming U.I.

  118. subbing to everybody who subs to me-avatar

    subbing to everybody who subs to me


    The app is good, but every time I use it on mobile (android) I am not able to get sound on 90% of the videos, which is EXTREMELY annoying. Fix that and it gets 5 stars.

  119. CJ Jenkins-avatar

    CJ Jenkins


    Reddit itself is great, but the app it's bad. Videos are almost nonexistent because they either don't work at all or stop part way through. Then whenever they "update" the app it becomes unusable for the next few hours on both my android phone and IPad. The app is really only good for looking at images or text and thats it.

  120. stri striPlay-avatar

    stri striPlay


    No matter what I do, and regardless of set permissions, this app always asks if I want to use the app or a browser. It's annoying! If I set it to open everytime with the app, it should. Note: reinstallation didn't help.

  121. Christian Méza-avatar

    Christian Méza


    The content is great (if you know what you're getting yourself into)! Navigating the app can be a little confusing at times, but that necessarily doesn't take from the entire experience! 4/5

  122. Jeremiah Rodriguez-avatar

    Jeremiah Rodriguez


    This has unexpectedly become one of my favorite apps; I really enjoy the interface and how the communities are run. There's room for improvement, but if you have any social media, you should definitely have a Reddit.

  123. Abdullah Al Zawad-avatar

    Abdullah Al Zawad


    Reddit itself is good. But this app is more than terrible. Very buggy. Video player doesn't work 90% of the time. Sometimes it doesn't load contents with perfect high speed internet. And when it loads it's slower than internet explorer. The only thing that's good about this app is the UI.

  124. Dybat Grn-avatar

    Dybat Grn


    A really nice app, so intertaining and also can help us learning new thing, but i have a problem with uploading an image while using the app, it keeps sending me errors, that failed to upload, i don't know what to do, i would have given 5 stars if this issue wasn't there

  125. Justin Spurgeon-avatar

    Justin Spurgeon


    I regularly have to force stop the app to get it to properly open, especially when trying to access email digest links. Otherwise it just shows the Reddit logo and loads endlessly. This problem has persisted for nearly two years and through countless updates. The only links that work properly every time are on Trending Post push notifications.

  126. timthehippy-avatar



    Good to watch for a few minutes but then you put the phone down and find that 3 days have gone past and you didn't notice, your dog won't talk to you and your pet fish are whispering that they think you are crazy. Other than that it is great.

  127. navyyay-avatar



    It's good, but now there's this weird thing that's happening wherein whenever I search anything, it just doesn't show up. Not even just "r/". It doesn't show any search recommendations either. I can't use it properly now. I've tried uninstalling and installing again, using a DMS, and so many other things. I scoured the internet and nothing worked. Yes, I have a stable WiFi connection. If anyone can find a way to fix it, I'll give a 5 star rating.

  128. Emma Meyers-avatar

    Emma Meyers


    The app has its ups and downs. Its not very community friendly though. I'm trying to post comments and its anti-spam features are stopping me. I apparently can't talk to someone in the comments on 2 posts at the same time. Thanks reddit. I can understand the anti-spam for people who are new/low karma to prevent karma farming, but honestly, I've had my account for years let me participate in the conversation!

  129. Colin Stephens-avatar

    Colin Stephens


    Good alternative to tumblr when that went down in flames EXCEPT Your suggestions and your trending are super annoying especially when some of the common suggested/trending subs are ones I would gladly block all members of and never EVER see. For instance r/politics.... Yeah don't suggest that. That's a terrible suggestion I'd love to block all members of that sub.

  130. Jacques-Christian Charlier-avatar

    Jacques-Christian Charlier


    Love reddit but the app is weird. Resets all the time and i lose what i was reading at the time. Sometimes when i click on a specific post i end up on a completely different page than the one I selected. I wish i could not see some subreddits on r all even if they are popular. I have no interest in videogames for instance.

  131. Spicy Curry-avatar

    Spicy Curry


    It's my favorite social media app at the moment, but that isn't exactly saying much considering how bad Facebook & Google have made every other platform. My main beef is with the fact that Reddits servers are complete trash. No matter how fast my wifi or data is I am never able to just watch a video or look at a picture because nothing loads. I've gone through multiple updates & nothing's changed, so I've grown more & more frustrated with this app over time. Plus they hired a pedo which is 🤮

  132. nur sabrina-avatar

    nur sabrina


    All functions described in the info all are true, but I'm not really explore more yet as I'm currently busying myself with karma points, awarding, posting, commenting etc. it's really enjoyable when you receive something like karma points. like, you're doing something good and you've got the point for the good deed. I LOVEEE IT! plus, the UI is really good and friendly.. THANK YOU! I'm glad I'd install this app ❤️👍🏼

  133. William Snyder-avatar

    William Snyder


    Reddit is a wonderful website that I hold close to my heart. You can find almost anything on Reddit and whether you like memes, science, poetry, gaming, etc. there is something for you. However, as much as I love Reddit.... I hate this app. This app still has soooo many bugs. There have been many occasions on which the app freezes, refuses to load, etc. But instead of fixing their lousy app, Reddit suits would rather add random features that nobody asked for like the online status and avatars.

  134. Ava-avatar



    You need to fix the vid upload issues on the app. 3 vids I've tried to upload, none of them post but get stuck on 'processing, your video xyz' and they are listed as such on my profile indefinitely. Theres no way to delete them, really annoyong.

  135. Sam-avatar



    This isn't about Reddit as a service, but about the app itself. It's slow. Everything, especially videos and subreddits, takes a long time to load compared to Youtube or Twitter. The graphic design and U.I. of the app is good though.

  136. Tomas Robinette-avatar

    Tomas Robinette


    I do appreciate the variety of topics discussed on the board. However I feel that the user interface could benefit from a facelift. I doubt that is a popular or common opinion however this is my review.

  137. Harper Adkins-avatar

    Harper Adkins


    I just switched to android. the app is like, fine. but I'm saying the same thing here that I said on the apple app store literally years ago. please stop sending me push notifications from subreddits I don't even follow. it's infuriating you can't turn them off at all for random posts, but even moreso that it does it primarily from subreddits I'm not in. would be nice to make posts and get reply notifications and read them but I just can't do that. i can only make posts and forget about them.

  138. Ramesh Poudel-avatar

    Ramesh Poudel


    Reddit is great platform for entertainment, news, education and all sorts of other information and things. But it runs too slow. On mobile app version, it wont even let me play audio on videos. I love Reddit but there are some bugs like audio problem on video, poor performance, slow content loading etc.

  139. Hee Hee-avatar

    Hee Hee


    It does good what it does good. I like scrolling through reddit in the morning, seeing some good stuff here and there, but this app is riddled with bugs. I try to upvote? No, sorry, cant do that. Try to click on a post? Heres a pist you clicked on months ago. Try to change accounts after opening a notification from another? Sorry, have to close and reopen the app first. Try to open a notification at all? Flip a coin and we'll see what happens. I'd give it 4-5 stars if these bugs were fixed.

  140. Average Internet Musician-avatar

    Average Internet Musician


    It works just fine, but uploading photos can be a hassle sometimes. It requires me to have a really fast Internet just to upload a simple image. I don't always have the fastest internet and it would be really helpful if there was a way to make uploading photos much easier.

  141. Cam aka thekilla234-avatar

    Cam aka thekilla234


    This app is a very interactive experience. With all of the different subreddits, it seems like there's something for everyone. My only real problem is that getting your posts seen is rather difficult.

  142. Justin Peeler-avatar

    Justin Peeler


    Clunky. Makes me go to a new page everytime I want to read the main text of a post. Constantly redirects when I click a link. Too many ads. You need to rework this.

  143. Christopher Gray-avatar

    Christopher Gray


    Always runs in the background, notifies you of random posts in subreddits you never subscribed to, and takes up a very high amount of storage, the mobile version of the website (which works fine) forced me to download this garbage app.

  144. Chris P-avatar

    Chris P


    Great community, depending on the subreddit. App hasn't crashed on me, and I find a lot of answers to people having the same glitches/bugs in games that I do.

  145. YEET-avatar



    Great app! I love the accessibility of reddit and how you can join so many awesome communities. Since my pc us too bad to run anything but the startup, I use mobile. Sometimes the app just forgets my account and I can't get access to my account so I have to uninstall it and reinstall. Other than this the app is great.

  146. Evergreen Oak-avatar

    Evergreen Oak


    App has been mostly fixed, runs pretty well and only occasionally crashes. A good way to browse reddit, if you don't want to use an internet app. Ads and monitization are very "in your face", and make the UI quite awkward.

  147. James Howitt-avatar

    James Howitt


    Though it was a bit spam heavy at first (notifications) I find it very useful for accessing quite a lot of web resources. So much of what I look for is on Reddit and seamlessly switching to the app makes browsing that content much easier, especially if I want to comment.

  148. well who-avatar

    well who


    Sometimes it doesn't show supposed content and displays errors. Doesn't happen on desktop though. Its also a very toxic environment of fact-ignoring opinions, but there are plenty good people and everyone has their place. If people learned to leave politics and religion out of unrelated subs, it would be the best social media out there. You can find literally almost anything, though, most is porn, you will find appreciation subs of that one forgotten movie you watched when you were three or idk.

  149. Kuthe _-avatar

    Kuthe _


    If I open a post I want to read the comments. I have no interest in seeing other suggested posts... also fix the app, having to wait 20 seconds to open a simple jpeg or gif is ridiculous when I could open it in 1 second on a web browser.

  150. pepper de large-avatar

    pepper de large


    Can be a bit repetitive occasionally and you get things you saw 3 or 4 weeks ago posted again also you get the same story in different sections. Best advice is find "sub-reditts" you like and you might enjoy your experience.