Reddit APK

Version 3.31.0 - com.reddit.frontpage
Last updated: 2019-12-12 19:25:16

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Download Version 3.31.0 (234445)
Updated2019-12-12 19:25:16
Apk Size20.07 MB
App Developerreddit Inc.
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.reddit.frontpage.apk

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Reddit is reddit,frontpage,news,magazines, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.56 by 71 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 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 3.31.0 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 Reddit APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 275558+ 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 r/popular. 

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 r/Fortnite 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. 

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App ChangeLog

  • • Fix for black screen or crash that occurs on app start-up
  • Previously in 3.11.0:
  • • Fixed a bug where Chat badges were not updated
  • • Improvements to Chat notifications
  • • Fixed a crash when tapping post flair
  • • Fixed a crash when tapping search results before they’re done loading
  • • Private subreddits won’t show in carousels
  • • Fixed keyboard dismissing when searching for geopopular region
  • • Fixed issues with 2FA login
  • • Enabled NSFW search for anonymous mode

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Terribly slow compared to the website. I've lazily used the website version of Reddit on my phone's Chrome browser for years. After finally giving in to the pressure of "Download the Reddit app!" pop ups, I gave it a try. The interfaces are nice and relatively easily to navigate, but for some reason everything loads incredibly slowly (if at all) via the app. Gifs, images, and videos are frustratingly difficult to access because of this and make it a poor experience for me.

The app consistently has episodes of not being able to access Reddit. You try to refresh, but it just keeps erroring out. It usually resolves after an indeterminate amount of time. Any given episode isn't too bad, but the fact that it happens over and over really hurts the user experience. I can't believe this is the official app and this problem has existed as long as I've used it. Keeping at 2 stars until I can download videos that aren't trash quality again.

Overall a great time killer and really solid platform for posting. Many subs are well regulated and there is rarely any content that is restricted as long as you are on the right subreddit. My main grip about the app is the save part. There is no way to organise the saved post into categories so everything is in a mess (from most recent to the oldest saved post). The second one is saved videos are of terrible video quality on certain devices. I changed phone and now I save videos at 144p

Last update ruined text entry. The comment or post you're replying to fills the whole screen, and it doesn't let you scroll down to the text entry box. The virtual keyboard is also in front of the text entry area so you can't see what you're typing until after you've already done it and then have to hit back to retract the virtual keyboard. Oh, and good luck fixing errors made, you can't pinpoint the error, and fixing it often causes more errors. I now write everything in note app & copy/paste.

I give it a 4 star! It's a great place as many know. The only thing I would say bothers me sometimes is; many rules and restrictions. It is great, because you wont see a topic mix up when you're reading about something, but it's very annoying in the beginning. A week in and it is better. I use quora as well, and they both have different uses. As a beginner developer, I know there is no perfect app. My perfect app is a mix of quora and reddit, but it is impposible. Download it and enjoy

This app is pretty good, just with some technical/ui problems. The content obviously varies from quality to, well, not. But its pretty damn good in general. But one problem i have is that this app crashes a lot. Especially when opening and saving posts. My phone is extremely crappy power-wise (Kyocera Duraforce 1), so that's probably why. Aside from that, quality.

This app has the best layout out of all the Reddit apps, but it's so incredibly unstable. Every update seems a step backwards and the apps incredibly slow. Comments take ages to load up, videos, images and even plain text posts are incredibly slow to load up. If the other apps didn't have crappy designs I would've uninstalled this one a long time ago. Use that China money for something useful ffs

I love the app, and I I'm constantly enjoying the experience given by the app. I like keeping some of the content of my phone, videos and images, as it can be fun to show them to my friends. The only problem is that recently, for 2 months now, video downloads have really bad quality.

I have no idea how all the updates that are making this app more buggy can pass their QA process. For example: You can't scroll down when commenting on something, so whatever you are writing gets obscured the by the keyboard. I have multiple badge notifications which won't go away unless I clear all user data. As soon as I get a notification, it will get stuck again. When scrolling down on the comments and load more comments, it throws you up to the top again.

Have to switch to a different app. The latest update introduced a massive bug in which the screen becomes locked when typing comments. So if the comment you are replying to is anything longer than a sentence or 2 you cannot actually see what you are typing as it is covered by your own keyboard. Outside of that I actually don't mind the official app, but with that it's basically unusable.

For the past 3 months, my reddit feed has been able to withstand 15 minutes of consistant browsing before posts stop loading entirely. Not only that, but the load bar will just spin and spin ans spin but nothing loads. In order to get back to browsing, I have to close the app and turn it back on, only to be brought back to the very beginning of the posts I just saw. I dont know how apps are made but this seems like an issue that should be fixed by now.

The concept is amazing, the execution is amazing, the only issues I've ever had have been technical, specific to the app, and pretty minor. Example of a small issue I'm currently experiencing: When writing a long comment, if what your writing stretches from the top of the screen to where your on-screen keyboard is on your phone, you cannot scroll down, so you can't see what you're typing as you're typing Not a deal-breaker, just kind of annoying if you're long-winded like me 🤣

Leaving a review for comment scroll issue! If you're messaging or leaving a comment on the 11-4-19 version of this app, it will not allow you to scroll. Once your text reaches the bottom of the box (the top of your keyboard) the line wraps to behind your keyboard and you cannot read what you type. It's absolutely infuriating, and makes me want to switch to a third party app.

Latest "update", new problem. When replying to a long post, the screen doesn't scroll, so you can't see what you're typing. It ends up hidden by the keyboard, so you have to type a bit, then hide the keyboard to see if you've made any spelling errors, then call the keyboard back to continue typing. THIS. IS. RIDICULOUS.

Nice source of information for things in which I'm interested. I rarely post comments. I use it mostly to catch up on my favorite sports team, history, wine and craft beer. My only complaint is that in Android (don't know about Apple) you cannot look at it in landscape. It only supports portrait as far as I can tell. However, it is free and I can't ask too much.

When you leave a comment or make a post, you can no longer scroll down when comment/posting. The words eventually hide behind the keyboard screen and there's nearly nothing you can do about it. This did not used to be this way. I have to go into Google docs to end up posting and writing most of my things now. I shouldn't have to go to a different app just to use two of Reddit's main features. Please fix this bug ASAP. It's incredibly infuriating.

Since a little bit, whenever I write a message, the message wont scroll in relation with the keyboard, so I can't see what I type, I need to drop the keyboard, look at my message, and then bring the keyboard back up to type. This is especially annoying while spellchecking or trying to modify a bit, and honestly, that has been a real HUGE pain on my experience with this app lately.

your app seems to consistanty have problems; from loading properly to not loading at all. I had this app years ago and deleted it for this very reason. Here we are again with the same issues. No offense here but I work with IT guys all day and this track record is pretty bad. Here we are 11/29 and this app still sucks, but I continue to live in hope. Your IT/SD staff needs to be fired, seriously, why cant you figure this out?

From a content standard, there is always something interesting. But something seems to have happened in one of the recent updates, when responding to something lengthy that another user has posted, if the text falls below the line of the top of the keyboard, the window no longer scrolls upwards. That makes the collaboration part a bit more difficult. Hopefully this will get fixed.

I'm very annoyed by the comment scrolling issue. I see multiple people posting that they are experiencing the same problem, but nothing has been done yet. It really reduces the usability of the app to not be able to see what you are typing as you cannot scroll at all down from the top of the original post. I know a lot of users are primarily mobile, so this issue seems like a pretty important feature to fix.

Clicking on photos now opens the comments. I have to clock on a photo twice to see it, which is annoying. Before, it would go straight to the photo. When replying to comments, the form doesn't scroll up to allow me to see what I'm typing. I don't understand how I can reasonably respond to comments if I'm blinded the whole time and autocorrect is mistyping words too.

It's a great app you can find community's on almost anything. But on the popular I see alot of politics, whether I agree with them isn't what's important it the fact that there is so much of it! I just wanna relax and whatch someone catching a falling baby or a thief get caught not wherever one side said to piss off the other side. I wish there was a setting to turn off politics!

This app has the potential to be a solid app, but I find it unacceptable that the official app doesn't know how to format based on the markdown rules the site uses. For example, the formatting that bothers me most is that it doesn't render two spaces and a return as a new line. Instead it placed the text without even a space between. To be clear, this is different than hitting enter twice, because that would include a blank line in between. It fails in much formatting, but I have to be brief.

always freezes when responding to a notification. oh and if you get a long message on the app, dont even bother trying to reply with your phone. the app has no ability to scroll through messages to the point that it even hides what your typing. nicly done reddit! even more so shows how lazy the dev's are since this has been an issue for over a year! just use the web browser and say away from the app.

It's ok. The app is constantly being updated, which is good, but ultimately causes instability. Aside from that the user experience is often negative with trolls and overzealous admins removing legit posts (a from of censorshop). The voting system can't really work as intended since it is constantly being messed with by subreddit admins.

This app is normally great, however a few issues have arised for me. First and foremost, when typing a comment I cannot read what I am typing. The screen enters a locked position in which I cannot scroll through what I have typed. It's fixed and I cannot scroll when replying or leaving a comment. Second the app will bug out sometimes and force restarts. Mostly it happens when the app tells me it could not post a comment I typed up.

The updates they did make it very frustrating to use the app. If you click on a video, you go to the comments instead of the video just playing like it used to. You can't pull down to refresh a thread and they got rid of live comments so you have to exit the thread then click it again.

Update causing bugs, when you are typing a post or replying as a comment the text disappears behind the keyboard so you can't see what you are typing. My posts section in my profile is blank, it says try again later. I can only post when using mobile data, otherwise it throws an error saying unable to upload image.

Extremely frequent crashes and black screens make browsing a incredibly frustrating experience and you can quite often experience multiple crashes/freezes/black screens in a very short time frame. There are also many frustrating bugs like randomly scrolling up whenever you go deep into a comment thread and not being able to directly view images without going into a post also hurts the experience. The layout itself is nice on the eyes and easy to read but bugs ruin all types of enjoyment.

The app is very good overall, and I've had a great time using it. However, recently, when I'm writing comments and the comment begins to go past the top of the keyboard, the page does not scroll down, making writing the comments very difficult. Please fix!

App works perfectly for what it was made to do. However, 3 functions I think should be implemented are: Being able to display how many awards you have received in your lifetime on your profile next to where your "trophies" are displayed. Additionally, allowing users some way assist users to set their banner and profile picture to the required aspect ratio as having to fine-tune it beforehand is genuinely exhausting. Finally, I think it would be helpful to add some way to delete custom feeds.

Great app, the only downside I encountered was just occasional network failures (mostly due to my VPN). Though, can you upgrade your notification system? For some reason, I only get notifications from one subreddit rven though I had joined a bunch and set many of them to give me a notification when there was something new.

The interface is good but the upvote option should be on the right. If reddit is on phones it does not mean that it should be the same as the PC Version. Some posts do not fit the frames on phone, users have to scroll to read long posts. Whenever i try to reload posts on my phone, it says that it's having trouble reloading even though my WiFi is fine.

This app deserves 5 stars usually but with all the bugs lately it is a chore to even open it Especially when it comes to typing comments or messages. The screen stays frozen, My keyboard covers the typing area and I can't bloody see what the hell I'm typing. Constantly switching between keyboard and then pressing back just to see what the hell came out when I typed is a nuisance. That and the fact that if the app is open snd I get a new notification, clicking it doesn't take me to the new one

Very buggy. Works better in browser most of the time then with the app. Current troubles include; the widget for applying text covering the box you're filling with it, settings reverting or being unable to be changed, and endless scroll regularly breaking. It also struggles with some quirks of design, like hitting back to leave a post, and a double back being registered, so now you are being thrown all the way to the beginning of your feed. Could be good, doubt it will become that.

I tried everything. I spent hours looking for solutions. But for some reason, no matter what I did, every time I opened the app it told me I had a trending notification for a page I've never visited from a user I don't follow. I blocked the page, the user, hid the post, turned off trending notifications, cleared the app data, blocked both in a web browser, yet every time it treated the same post like it was a new trending post. The post was 11 weeks old, but it said it was new and trending.

Since the last update I haven't been able to sign in on the mobile app. I try but it says that the "Reddit servers are temporarily down". I can browse on the app but I can't sign in, therefore I can't post or comment or upvote. My account works fine on my computer, or on third party apps such as Reddit is Fun. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling, restarting, clearing data/cache and checking that my system time is automatic. Still can't sign in. I hope this can be fixed ASAP.

I really enjoy using this app for all the different kinds of content. My boyfriend recommended it to me and I got hooked instantly. What's a tad annoying is the fact that since the last update when I type a comment I can't read it while typing whithout minimizing the keyboard, all I see is the original post / comment I'm commenting on.

Has many bugs, in thenmiddlemof a event and it crashes, wipe out ur acct, they take 5 days to get back to u. Thisnhappened once,bit there are many thing that hindernyourngame play. Free rewards after completing a challange, they aren't given then u send an email, thett respond in less than 12 hrs usually. For the most part it challenging .

Good app but recently started having a really annoying issue. When replying to any comment or thread the keyboard covers 80% of the comment box. So after 3 lines your text is completely hidden behind the keyboard and theres no way to scroll and see what you're typing. I have a galaxy note 10+ btw.

Text goes under buttons at the bottom of my S10. Can't make changes at all to text at the bottom of the screen because I can't move the cursor, it just backs out of the app as though I was tapping that button. You also can't see what you're typing because the keyboard covers the text. The posts/comments scroll lock. Really annoying.

Wish I could give it 0 stars. Probably the worst social media app. The comment limitation is a little extreme, if I need to reply to someone and I am out of comments then I have to wait 10 minutes to respond. Also, I just joined the mario kart tour sub reddit and I have to say, what an absolute waste of my time. I post a funny screenshot with an ironic title and low quality post. Wow, so I can't post something good, but everyone else can. I hope this app can soon be left in the dust.

The communities are fantastic! You aren't pushed to join any communities that you don't want to. In general people are very calm and don't start fights. The app has very great design. Overall it's better than any social media as well as being a great place to seek put help from other people. I love this app, and hopefully, you will too!

Same issue others seem to be having. Can't view what I'm typing anywhere. Extremely frustrating. Can't play a video a second time without it losing all quality. Need to restart the app to fix. Will be finding another way to access reddit until the horrible state of this app is addressed.

I'm not sure what happened to this app on Android, but recently it's become impossible to write or edit more than two or three lines without having to constantly close the keyboard to view what you just typed. Also, you can't scroll up and down within your post while writing. It's become incredibly annoying to use.

29.08.19 Good, have some glitches like randomy dark mode turns on, when I restart app then it's gone, but otherwise very nice, using this app almost evey day to browse my favourite subreddits. Updated 11.11.19 Must lower to 2 stars, when scrolling down app just loads infinitely. Just hard to use now. Better be off with browser.

I mostly frequent a few chats. Reddit makes a ping noise every time someone posts in a chat. As a mod, I find this annoying. I had to silence my phone. The pings would hit nonstop. Videos are hit and miss. Photos barely load anymore either. When I report something bad in a chat, or delete a message, I receive an error message despite it working. The chats and default messages sometimes don't show up at all. Overall a barely useable app, at least in chat. Cache also builds up way too fast.

Something happened with the recent update that's preventing me from being able to scroll down when writing a comment. Worse, if what I'm responding to is long then I'm unable to respond at all. Other features are still solid, but comment reply is compromised now.

Installed solely for the purpose of leaving this review. Reddit used to have a great web interface on mobile. This app ruined that. Now every single page you want to visit gets a nagging reminder that the app exists, covering up content. Sometimes they put up an interstitial so that you have to pay homage to the app before you can see what you came for. And when the schmuck writing JavaScript for their A/B test messes it up, as they did today, you can't even close the interstitial at all.

The app is usually functional with good content, but with the new update some GIFs and videos don't load, and I get the dreaded "We had some trouble getting to Reddit" message when trying to look at comments or even just my feed (other apps load fine so not an issue with my network). Plus the comment writing glitch that others are reporting. I love reddit but I'm put off browsing on mobile as the webpage recommends the now inferior app and seems to restrict some content behind the app.

Like many others have already complained, I also have the scrolling problem. The screen does not scroll when replying to a comment, and the keyboard covers up most of the screen. I won't be using the app until the next update which will hopefully fix this.

Sometimes when I tap a notification from a subreddit I'm already in, it'll ask me if I want to join the subreddit, or stop the notifications from that subreddit. If I select to join the subreddit, it just kicks me out of the subreddit (which was annoying the first time, but it's mostly just kinda weird). I can just click the x, but it's just annoying.

You broke the commenting with the last update and it still hasn't been fixed. How was such a bug overlooked? Did you even test this? I've never been one to complain about the official Reddit app until now. I might just stop using it. Besides the commenting, I have constant "could not load comments/connect to Reddit" messages that never occurred on the iOS version. I understand it's a little more difficult to develop for Android, but please get yourselves together.

Love this app. Able to keep me entertained when I have nothing else to do. I love how you can make your own r/. It's also very easy to use. I was thinking there are only ones that are set by the the app itself. A lot of my friends wanted me to use this app. I never thought it'd be good, but now I see why. I would highly recommend this app to others. Especially to those who usually get bored, or have nothing to do at most times.

I love this app but what makes this app irritating is that the bots on the subreddit I'm on keep removing my posts because of "similar content" from a month ago. What's ridiculous is that I go to the link of where it shows me the post and it is not similar at all besides the picture. I mean, a lot of people post the same picture but there content doesn't get removed. Why mine? Three of my posts have beem removed for no reason and not one moderator has approved of the posts. I need some answers.

worked really well up until recently, now it keeps giving me errors and wont load anything. it stays on the loading screen for a long time and it wont load comments, but i can access my profile and everything else through that. edit: reddit updated several times and bugs still have not been fixed. edit edit: there's even more errors

The news you get often is cutting edge. It's political news often has a decided anti-Trump bend. The all leaves much to be desired as it often doesn't work well on my Samsung, Android phone, refusing to cooperate, crashing, freezing my phone. Improvements definitely are called for.

Good app. Only issue is that when I make a comment most times I get a messege saying my comment is being reviewed and then I never hear whether it's been approved. Most times I never see my comment posted. Seems like only popular commenters get posted and new people don't. Makes me not want to waste my time posting.

Please fix the keyboard commenting issue! I've been very happy with this app until recently. Now when I try to comment on a comment, my keyboard covers what I'm typing so I can't see what I'm doing. It makes it unusable. When I uninstall and reinstall it seems to fix it for a bit but then it goes right back.

I like Reddit, but this app is too buggy. Can't reply properly anymore because the text is hidden by the keyboard. It keeps asking me to join communities I already joined, and the one time I clicked to join one, it made me leave it. Also, navigation is just not good, there's no tabs or anything, opening a notification makes you lose where you already were and going back makes you leave the app, etc. Just not good as an app.

Never used to have problems. Now for some reason the feed will load for a while and then stop loading entirely. The most annoying new bug is that when I try to scroll with the bottom right part of the screen nothing happens. It's as if the app doesn't receive any feedback from that entire portion of the screen. I had to make sure my phone wasn't broken because of this bug. However It's really just the app getting worse and worse.

The app is generally pretty good but after using it for a while videos stop loading. Nothing wrong with my internet / wifi, YouTube and Netflix work great. And restarting fixes the bug but that's annoying because you then need to try and find the post that you wanted to view.

App worked great until recently. Now text entry doesnt adjust to the keyboard so when your text gets longer and goes beneath th e keyboard you cant see it or access it without lowering the keyboard completely. Now as of yesterday you cant even pull down to refresh the post or subreddit your looking at. Used to be an awesome way to browse reddit but now is an annoying terrible app that makes it hard to view the most current post/sub or to even reply to anything while on mobile.

Could use more full site features like it used to. See what I've upvoted to help me find posts to show people. Every time I open a push notification into a thread, it asks me if I want to subscribe to that community at the bottom of my screen. When the whole reason I got the notification was because I am already subscribed to the community.

Neverendingly interesting is an understatement. This app contains the breadth and length of the internet, in a respectable community format. Whether you want help fixing something or want to get rid of boredom on-the-fly, Reddit is a phenomenal catch-all, and the app is a great extension thereof. It even has night mode to be easy on the eyes.

Reddit itself is great. But the App has problems. Since the last update commenting has become virtually impossible as the text box does not scroll and goes behind the keyboard. I contacted the support email listed here, received an automated reply saying the email was not monitored. That email did include a link to submit bugs which I did, with screenshots but no reply....

The worst reddit-browsing app I've personally used. Full of ads, can't disable replies, and when you reply to comments the view doesn't pan down while you type so you can't see what you're writing behind your keyboard. Full of stupid issues like this that show they put in tune minimum amount of effort.

Love the app a lot. Just got it on mobile three or so days ago. There is however an issue with typing that makes it so what you type can't be seen due to it hiding behind the keyboard. If that could be fixed that would be great! Other than that glitch, everything else about the interface is amazing!

Broken text entry ruins the experience. If I'm replying to a particularly long post or typing a long post out myself, I'm unable to see what I'm typing once the text surpasses the on screen keyboard. This is an absolutely unacceptable bug that you should be ashamed to have left in this long. Please fix this so the app can go back to being usable.

I love all of the different post I receive from all the different topics that a person can find on here. It's like another search engine for finding just about anything and to socialize with others on unlimited chat room. Try this app Reddit, I bet you will like it. Search a topic that you like and see interesting info & pics, videos come up.

I finally downloaded this app after the website suggesting I do it thousands of times. A mistake. Can't click links, pressing the back button takes me to the top of the page and I have to scroll back down to where I was. Just keep using the website instead of this app.

Generally favorable. Brings up popular posts as well as posts from channels I've joined. I don't know if it's related to the popular post items, but occasionally it will offer to let me join/subscribe a channel and I click it because I like the channel. It then tells me I've left the channel and I have to re-join.

App is very buggy and almost always crashes.But not only that,whenever I try loading my home page the message "We had some trouble getting to reddit" pops up.Also every time I try to load my notifications "Something went wrong" appears.It didn't happen often before but this month its just always happening.

For the most part great! Some network issues though. While sometimes I am browsing on public and work wifi networks that have slow to moderate speeds at times I experience the "we had some problems connecting to Reddit" error, which is understandable. Though I also get the same error at times when I'm browsing on my home network which is over 100Mbs down. Which leads me to no other conclusion that this is a host server issue, not and end user issue.

Only giving 4 stars due to the excessive amount of rules that inhibit conversation. The bots will automatically remove a post that took a while to make. The reasons for said removal are often muddy and unclear and makes it frustrating to post a picture, video, or text body in most subs.

Last update completely broke it. The home screen is frozen about 99% of the time and I can't even navigate because the app just won't respond. I can run intense games just fine, and scroll through huge PDFs so my phone isn't slow, it's just a really poorly performing app. Will re-review when I can actually use the app.

Pretty good. Available information on various subreddit pages varies between the app and different web versions is kind of annoying. Only rating 3 stars because it seems like every 3rd post is an ad (and marked as such) which is way too many. I get that the sure needs funding to operate but it's getting downright intrusive.

Good app overall. Gifs/vids stall perpetually sometimes. Have to scroll away and then back to view, or view fullscreen. Occasionally it falls to load regardless. Maybe a server issue? Two factor authentication would be appreciated. No, it's not my bank, not just good practice imo. Go work devs, thanks for it. Good work devs

Unbelievably broken when it comes to notifications. And there's no way to get back to the main feed, for real? The exit button goes to your previous app, what do I need that for I have a back button on my phone. And the reddit button does nothing when you opened the app from a notification.

None of the videos on here can play sound all of a sudden. It's extremely annoying and it seems like I'm not the only one with a problem. Just Google "why won't my Reddit play sound" and there are tons of threads about it. C'mon Reddit, please get your s*** together.

Been using this app for a long time, and I love it, but for some reason after a good bit of scrolling, gifs and videos stop playing all together. I hit play and it gives me the option to pause, but it never gets past the first frame. Is this a known bug? Restarting the app fixes it but it will inevitably happen again. Using a OnePlus 6T on Android 10.

I don't know where to contact Reddit directly, so I'm gonna say it here. I love Reddit and would put 5 stars, but the new update is pissing me off. If I start typing a comment, my scrolling capabilities are completely gone. Essentially, the text is behind my keyboard and I'll be completely blind to what I'm typing. It's probably just a bug, but if it continues, I'd have to keep this rating and use another way to pass time. I like to have the option of engaging with the content.

I'm using an Android phone, with the latest version of your application. When I respond to a post, the text doesn't automatically scroll. It starts to hide behind my phone's keyboard. This doesn't happen with apple phone application. Please resolve this issue asap. I can't see what I am typing in my response.

Last update kinda stinks.. can't see what I'm writing now because it won't scroll and my keyboard now obstructs everything I'm typing when the original comment I'm replying to is longer than one sentence and vice versa with my own reply.. have to hit the back button to correct and or even see what I've written.. This Stinks.

An app that is exactly what it says. Only problem I can say, is sometimes when writing a reply to a comment, my keyboard hides part or all of what I'm writing and I can't see it. If it weren't for this minor issue, I'd give the app 5 stars. If it gets fixed, I will change the review.

It's not too bad. My only real issue is that on certain picture-only subs, everything is a placeholder, and you cant swipe to change it anymore. ALSO, instead of clicking the picture to look at a picture, the first tap takes you to the comment thread, where you have to tap again. It used to be that you only way to look at comments is tap "comments." I don't want to tap twice to look at a picture.

I have a problem with this app when I scroll. The problem persista regularly: I can scroll down maybe once or twice, then it simply does not react to my yhumb no matter how hatlrd or light I press the screen. I usually try it for 5-6 times untill it starts scrolling down again. I checked and in other appa my scroll touch screen works nornally - I only have this problem in this app. Is this possible to be fixed?

Can't collapse comments. Tries to take me to the next post in the feed instead when I swipe. The replacement, which is to tap and hold on a comment, only collapses the child comments, not the top level parent comment, which shows that the developers were not really taking actual browsing habits into consideration. Ridiculous feature.

1. "Best posts" refreshes once a day - the app closes and now you have to scroll for minutes to see the unread posts only to find days old posts. 2. Don't try to rotate the phone to look at video clips, it bugs out and has been for the past year. 3. Lacks a lot of basic features that other Reddit apps have.

I liked the app a lot. The only feature which Reddit could alter is to allow to comment multiple times and not just once in 6 mins. Whenever the "You've done that too many times. Try again in 6 minutes" dialog box pops up, I get annoyed. Really. *Edit: Thanks a lot for fixing this. Here you go then, 5 stars!!

This is of the current update more then a judgement of the app on the whole but I've lost the ability to have the screen scroll while typing so after a certain point I can be typing a reply and have no idea what I am actually typing last I minimize the keyboard which has never happened before and is an unwelcomed changed that destroys the usability of the app.

Simple functional UI, informative and highly entertaining. Also a great tool for problem solving due to the willingness of the knowledgable Reddit community to answer just about any question one might have on nearly any subject. Regardless of what it is your interests are, you'll find like minded people on Reddit.

These new updates are very unstable, like what the hell? The video quality is so terrible, or is the issue from my device? I save a video and the pixels and quality is so small and unclear, this started happening in the new update. Please can I get a feedback on the issue. It's really annoying.

The best. Well, at least for the few things I use it for. Watching the sports games live is crazy to me and it saves me hundreds a year on special tv packages to get all the NHL games. Definitely worth it if you need it.

Not sure what happened to this app but it's been progressively getting worse. I can't type long messages because the type box no longer resizes itself and I'm constantly getting notifications about likes I get on posts which is incredibly annoying and doesn't seem to have a way to turn it off. Figure it out, reddit.

I don't know what's going on with this app but suddenly I can't see my text as I'm typing it. I don't even knoe how to explain this. Basically my keyboard covers up the reply area so I can't see what I'm typing. It doesn't matter whether I'm in portrait or landscape, I can't see anything I type on reddit. My app is up to date as is my phone OS. This is the only app that has this problem so I know it's not my phone. I'm probably going to uninstall and use chrome instead.

Links sometimes take several taps to open, comments don't close when you want them to sometimes, only after you close them and then begin to scroll will they minimize. Gifs and videos will sometimes play all the way thru & then when you want to watch it again, it's frozen. Other than these rather annoying problems, it's Reddit.

With the most recent update (Nov 4, 2019), the keyboard covers up the comment box once I've typed a few lines. It never occurred prior to the Nov update. No other apps have this problem (Pixel 3, running Android 10).

Terrible. Moderators behave like tyrants. The app itself is bad. You can't write properly due to some issue that hasn't been fixed despite giving feedback. Trolling is a constant problem. Ads are prominent and annoying.

Not really much to say about reddit other than its communities are usually rather nice and welcoming. I feel like the only thing they should improve on is finding specific catagories that you wanna find. Its good at the moment but could be better. Allow users to customize their page more to allow easier access so people dont have to go searching through the page to find a post they wanted to revisit

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approximate location (network-based)
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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.

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
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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.

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.

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
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install shortcuts
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In-App billing
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receive data from Internet
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read Google service configuration
Allows this app to read Google service configuration data.


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