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  • Please let me delete private messages and chats 😭😭 Jan 10, 2021

    By sickbbdoll
    Overall i really like reddit as a social media, its really easy to find people with similar interests no matter how niche the topic and the karma system is really cool, i only have a couple qualm with a few features of reddit. I post some lewd things on one of my accounts and I regularly get 100s of messages, both in the chat option in private messages. I do appreciate that you can “mark all inbox tabs as read” for messages to get rid of the notification but I do wish you could delete the messages thread all together, the chat option is slightly more infuriating, theres no way to mark all as read and to even read the messages to have them marked as read is a bit more of a process, definitely don’t want to go through and tap decline on 1000+ chats and there are some chats that i accepted from a few months ago that i wish i could delete, but alas. I also wish there was a way to block specific subreddits, i got into an argument with some idiot on a climate change denier subreddit and i keep getting the notifications for when a post in the sub “trends” and things like that, all of the posts drive me absolutely crazy with their idiocy and id really prefer not to get notifications for them.
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  • Great, But Jun 21, 2018

    By senatorlance
    The whole app is put together very well with a good system of rewarding the best comments by giving them more exposure by bumping to the top and the “Karma points” is like no other media app that I used. The minimalistic interface of the main page is easily navigated as well. It’s all great, BUT, the political subreddits that are so called “neutral” (/r politics /r worldnews) are 98% left leaning where the posts are predominantly liberal. Due to the demographics of Reddit(large young population/ academics/tech community/ etc) any opinion that questions their narrative or simply doesn’t agree, gets downvoted by the entire community, disproportionally downvoting your comment/post until you have negative karma points inevitably by stating your mind in “neutral” subreddits. There needs to be algorithms that pick up on these patterns that counter balance the bias or remove politics from the app altogether and create a political Reddit separate from Reddit. This will solve the problem of the echo chamber style subreddits and removed censorship from this free speech platform. That is all.
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  • An interesting type of app Dec 23, 2020

    By flippyinsane✌🏻
    This app is a very unique app because of the countless communities this place has, you can just scroll scroll down once and you can find another great subreddit just waiting for you, not to mention most subreddits are incredibly funny, interesting, and some directed to your liking. Granted, the app has minor flaws, such as the people that overreact to the slightest things, the fact some videos can break your ears, and some can even show you something weird, or gross. But the fact that there’s so many good things, plus some bad things might not even exist for you, weigh down the negative things about the app for miles on end that they don’t bother you at all really, it’s a good app and it pretty much cures any boring time, (not at funerals, Not at funerals, not at funerals, not at funerals) and it allows people to express their creativity in many ways, this app is worth getting for the entertainment it will give you
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  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Jesus Trujillo
    Cool app. Very usual for getting information on things I have questions about. Also has memes so that's a plus. The whole "create an avatar" option is a little odd but it gives the option to not make one of you don't want too so that's alright I guess. Kinda wish that made the avatar icon smaller cause sometimes its gets in the way whenever I'm switching accounts. Overall, good app. Get it
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  • One annoyance... Jul 23, 2020

    By maawolfe36
    I honestly like the official Reddit app way better than any other third-party apps I've tried. However, I have one minor annoyance that's grown into a major gripe over time: whenever I use Safari to Google search something, and a Reddit post is in the search results, if I click the link there's a pop-up that says "See Reddit in..." and I have the option to open the page in the Reddit app or continue with the web browser. My problem is, whenever I try to open the page in the Reddit app, I'm sent to the app store as if I hadn't installed the app. I have never been able to open a link from Safari in the Reddit app, and I've tried everything. The app is up to date, I've tried opening the app before clicking the link and it still won't take me to the app. Honestly, if this was fixed I'd give 5 stars. The Reddit app is really good. But this is just so annoying, and it's difficult to search for a specific post within the app so there's no real workaround. So I'm just hoping the devs see this and find a way to fix it. I'm using an iPhone XR 128GB, if that matters.
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  • Feb 21, 2021

    By Brett Pherrill
    Cool. You updated the interface. All shiney. Still doesn't load videos or gifs right, if at all. Still shows you duplicates while scrolling. No, you're not losing it. It is a double of the post you just saw. Yes there is multiple. No, that video/gif won't load. And also, no. It isn't your wifi or data problem, its reddit. When the app works, it's great but 75% of the time it doesn't. And they haven't fixed it in god knows how many updates. Feign ignorance I guess.
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Matthew Podolak
    The latest update makes this app almost unusable. It seems like there was a decision to embed a browser into Reddit whenever you click a link (youtube,twitter,etc), with no option to open that link in your actual browser. This is generally a terrible experience as I have accounts on websites such as youtube and twitter that I'd like to use to interact with the content, which is now annoying to do so as the embedded Reddit browser is not logged in and its impossible to copy the link.
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  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Carl Thomas
    Great new update! Subreddit now show posts in a completely random order each time I refresh and when I click a post a *totally different* post comes up. The MOST BASIC FUNCTION OF REDDIT DOESN'T WORK. Lots of notifications for replies turn out not to be real once you open the app. Clicking notifications doesn't actually guarantee you'll be linked to whatever the notification is for. Does this app get tested???? Uninstalled. Using Boost instead.
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  • Feb 5, 2021

    By Xander Regazzoni
    I'm having a break from the app. Recently the ads have taken over. I don't mind a few here and there, but when I scroll through 13 consecutive ads in a row it kind of takes the mickey really, plus they're loud, obnoxious and dumb, and they always appear first when I open up a separate subreddit, and now they're appearing in the comments section, please sort this out Reddit
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Carlie Godwin
    Very frustrated with this app lately. I get the same post from the same reddit just a few posts apart. (posts will apear, 1 2 3 4 5 3 1 4 6 7 5 1 4 ...) And to make it worse sometimes I cant get sound on videos but when I scroll past it again for the 3rd time the sound will be working. Go to the other 2 I scrolled past and still no sound on them. This app needs a serious update
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  1. Unending, trending content! Discover breaking news, viral video clips, funny jokes, trending topics, and hot memes, all with infinite scrolling
  2. Upload and upvote! Post memes, contribute stories, join discussions, and point users to the best content by upvoting or downvoting posts
  3. Find out what's trending on r/ popular, subscribe to subreddits, and create your own curated content feed with the hot topics that interest you most

Reviewed by Kaylin on March 14, 2018

  • Great, But Jun 21, 2018

    By senatorlance
    The whole app is put together very well with a good system of rewarding the best comments by giving them more exposure by bumping to the top and the “Karma points” is like no other media app that I used. The minimalistic interface of the main page is easily navigated as well. It’s all great, BUT, the political subreddits that are so called “neutral” (/r politics /r worldnews) are 98% left leaning where the posts are predominantly liberal. Due to the demographics of Reddit(large young population/ academics/tech community/ etc) any opinion that questions their narrative or simply doesn’t agree, gets downvoted by the entire community, disproportionally downvoting your comment/post until you have negative karma points inevitably by stating your mind in “neutral” subreddits. There needs to be algorithms that pick up on these patterns that counter balance the bias or remove politics from the app altogether and create a political Reddit separate from Reddit. This will solve the problem of the echo chamber style subreddits and removed censorship from this free speech platform. That is all.
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  • An interesting type of app Dec 23, 2020

    By flippyinsane✌🏻
    This app is a very unique app because of the countless communities this place has, you can just scroll scroll down once and you can find another great subreddit just waiting for you, not to mention most subreddits are incredibly funny, interesting, and some directed to your liking. Granted, the app has minor flaws, such as the people that overreact to the slightest things, the fact some videos can break your ears, and some can even show you something weird, or gross. But the fact that there’s so many good things, plus some bad things might not even exist for you, weigh down the negative things about the app for miles on end that they don’t bother you at all really, it’s a good app and it pretty much cures any boring time, (not at funerals, Not at funerals, not at funerals, not at funerals) and it allows people to express their creativity in many ways, this app is worth getting for the entertainment it will give you
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  • Reddit Review Jul 15, 2020

    By Track-Man
    I am a very oppositional person. When I was a child, I was resistant to the dawn of the internet age. I didn’t like selfies, or pictures taken on a phone; I saw social media as a shameless illusion where people self-promoted inaccurate depictions of their lives/careers. There is still a part of me that sees things that way, however I understand the vast potential of the internet for obtaining information. I am eternally grateful for platforms like reddit and google for allowing me to consistently improve my understanding of musical performance and audio production, by merely opening up my phone and accessing the wealth of information available for me to consume. I am a measly worm in a global community of experts who are vastly more qualified to call themselves professionals in this field than I am, and I will ensure that their contributions to this community will not be lost on me. Thank you for this opportunity to better myself and seek a career path that is truly valuable to me.
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  • The most unique and customized social media platform out there Jun 19, 2018

    By Superbat211
    Many people look at me like I’m a nerd or dweeb when I say something about Reddit, but that’s just because they’ve never used it. Reddit possesses its own culture, comment memes, and sense of humor and it is just delightful. It’s where you can have a simple epiphany that gains you underserved adoration from thousands of random Redditors, and where you might just have the cofounder ask you if you’re his brother (both of which have happened to me, thank you Mr. O’Hanion). Reddit creates a feed based on your interests. There are thousands of subs dedicated to very specific things, many of which you didn’t even realize you were interested in. It’s not like FB or IG where you scroll and hope to find something interesting or relevant to you. On Reddit, the feed is made up of things you subbed to, and after you create a feed, you get to get your hands dirty in the comments... just do it, you won’t regret it.
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  • Put 5 star so you have chance of seeing Feb 21, 2021

    By Slasher big Palm
    Where do I start. I been using Reddit awhile. Don’t use Reddit if you have any questions. They will most likely have a bot that doesn’t understand English and blocks your comment even though you haven’t broken any rules. This is okay but then it will stop you from trying to post your question again. It will say “wait 20 mins your posting to fast” I DIDN'T EVEN GET TO POST! What are you talking about ? This is a very small problem which made millions of people decide Reddit isn’t worth it. If you need news I would recommend somewhere anywhere else but Reddit If you have a question your not gonna get an answer let alone be able to post your question. If you wanna just have discussions Reddit isn’t the best place. The discussion would take over 8 hours and 1 person might be able to say 2 maybe 3 posts that can help/ answer someone’s question. (No matter what forum no matter place you are tying to post to. If you posted somewhere else on Reddit you still have to wait 20-30 mins. I don’t know about you but if I need help getting a answer then I’m not gonna have 2 hours to wait if I failed or forgot to mention something. This is literally one for he dumbest apps. I think it’s for people who are toxic who are trying to not by toxic I don’t know. Truth Reddit has become useless. Definitely for people who have things to do in there lives.
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  • Please let me delete private messages and chats 😭😭 Jan 10, 2021

    By sickbbdoll
    Overall i really like reddit as a social media, its really easy to find people with similar interests no matter how niche the topic and the karma system is really cool, i only have a couple qualm with a few features of reddit. I post some lewd things on one of my accounts and I regularly get 100s of messages, both in the chat option in private messages. I do appreciate that you can “mark all inbox tabs as read” for messages to get rid of the notification but I do wish you could delete the messages thread all together, the chat option is slightly more infuriating, theres no way to mark all as read and to even read the messages to have them marked as read is a bit more of a process, definitely don’t want to go through and tap decline on 1000+ chats and there are some chats that i accepted from a few months ago that i wish i could delete, but alas. I also wish there was a way to block specific subreddits, i got into an argument with some idiot on a climate change denier subreddit and i keep getting the notifications for when a post in the sub “trends” and things like that, all of the posts drive me absolutely crazy with their idiocy and id really prefer not to get notifications for them.
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  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Jesus Trujillo
    Cool app. Very usual for getting information on things I have questions about. Also has memes so that's a plus. The whole "create an avatar" option is a little odd but it gives the option to not make one of you don't want too so that's alright I guess. Kinda wish that made the avatar icon smaller cause sometimes its gets in the way whenever I'm switching accounts. Overall, good app. Get it
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  • Jan 27, 2021

    By Kieron Bishop
    Good app, and it gets the job done for mobile. It is a good way to use Reddit on the go. The only problem with it is that sometimes updates make the app slower or the app becomes slower whenever there is an update available. One thing I love about the app however are that the ads aren't ones that pop up and then you have to close them, they are just posts. Overall good app and would recommend.
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  • A huge thank you! Feb 8, 2020

    By inserttrenfyusernamehere
    I have been a Redditor for a few years now and always look forward to updates on the app. I don’t usually use the computer so I appreciate any and all updates to mobile. My all-time FOREVER FAVORITE & also what coincidently brought me to Reddit in the first is No Sleep. For the longest time, I couldn’t subscribe to series with one click. I tried to read how to fix the problem and or do it manually but could not figure it out. I knew from web searches this wasn’t an isolated problem. It sucked that I had to save the story then login on the internet to subscribe. But just for old times sake I clicked “here” and it worked! I appreciate all the time and effort everyone puts in, even though most of Reddit only comments and complains about Reddit. I can’t afford to buy premium monthly but I do when I have extra spending money and love to give awards the few times I have. I wish it was a bit more cost-effective but other than that you have a fan/user for the life of this platform!
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  • It works well Mar 15, 2018

    By Jjss dtr
    I always used alien blue and still have it on my phone. The official Reddit app has crashed/frozen probably 2 times in the past year or so. I don't like the advertisements and never had them on the alien blue app, but I understand it's a necessary evil. I would like the app to have some different features but since I only use Reddit on mobile I don't have a fair view of what's offered on the website or the often lauded Reddit Enhancement Suite; I know I would like to sort by rising, switch between commenting and checking another sub Reddit (to reference or link) without loosing/ having to cut and paste my comment. I feel any issues I have with the app are likely larger issue with the company- for example the report function has gone to crap, you used to be able to just report and presumably a mod would review it but now you have to choose a specific rule that was broken and I think it'll dissuade new users from reporting when they should.
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  • One annoyance... Jul 23, 2020

    By maawolfe36
    I honestly like the official Reddit app way better than any other third-party apps I've tried. However, I have one minor annoyance that's grown into a major gripe over time: whenever I use Safari to Google search something, and a Reddit post is in the search results, if I click the link there's a pop-up that says "See Reddit in..." and I have the option to open the page in the Reddit app or continue with the web browser. My problem is, whenever I try to open the page in the Reddit app, I'm sent to the app store as if I hadn't installed the app. I have never been able to open a link from Safari in the Reddit app, and I've tried everything. The app is up to date, I've tried opening the app before clicking the link and it still won't take me to the app. Honestly, if this was fixed I'd give 5 stars. The Reddit app is really good. But this is just so annoying, and it's difficult to search for a specific post within the app so there's no real workaround. So I'm just hoping the devs see this and find a way to fix it. I'm using an iPhone XR 128GB, if that matters.
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  • It works, it some of the functionality makes zero sense. Feb 7, 2021

    By Jacobbrandon1984
    If you like Reddit and want an app for it, this is it I guess. For an official app, it seems like the devs don’t use their own app. There’s silly things in there that make zero sense. One example...I’m scrolling through Reddit and see that I got a reply. So, I hit my messages button. What do you know? It doesn’t take me to my messages. It takes me to the last post I had looked at after checking my notifications. Therefor, if I want to actually see my notifications, I can’t just hit the button for it. I either have to exit the app and then reopen it and hit that button, or I have to hit that button and hit back 10 times to get back to where it should have taken me to begin with. That is just one of its non thought out quirks. The worst one, and I think it’s designed to bury taboo topics...mega threads. The place all posts go to die and never be seen again. It’s completely counterintuitive to what the platform even stands for. Those are two major issues, but there are more.
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  • Good app, Sharing Options are TERRIBLE Dec 6, 2019

    By VeniVidiReliqui
    The app works great and is getting better all the time. If you’re here to browse Reddit on your own it works perfectly. However, if you want to share anything you find, you’re in for a confusing time. Reddit feels the need to share the link to the post even if all you’re trying to share is an image. I get they want traffic to their site, but trying to share images via MMS becomes obnoxious because you’re always sharing the image AND the link. In most messaging apps, this renders a preview of the image alongside the picture that was actually sent. So as the sender I either need to delete the link to just send the picture, or give in to their intentions and only send the link. But this is also an issue because sometimes the link opens in a web browser instead of the Reddit app, which then links to the respective App Store, and finally just opens the Reddit app. By the time you’re in the Reddit app you’ve already downloaded, the link was lost from all the app switching and the post doesn’t open at all. My biggest issue is prepending this link to the image share BREAKS Airdrop completely because it refuses to send multiple items of different types, so the only Airdrop option is to only send the link to the post. Despite this, I’ll continue using the app because it’s a solid experience for viewing content. But I’ll cringe every time I want to share something until Reddit lets ME choose when I want to send links.
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  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Charles Orlido
    Mildly irritating loop that has been happening for over a week both on PC and mobile, i keep seeing a couple posts twice every undetermined intervals. It is desruptive enough to lower my review rating of the app again. Still love reddit though, but it feels like a spouse that developed a habbit of repeating a joke that isn't funnier the second time it's told.
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Carlie Godwin
    Very frustrated with this app lately. I get the same post from the same reddit just a few posts apart. (posts will apear, 1 2 3 4 5 3 1 4 6 7 5 1 4 ...) And to make it worse sometimes I cant get sound on videos but when I scroll past it again for the 3rd time the sound will be working. Go to the other 2 I scrolled past and still no sound on them. This app needs a serious update
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  • Feb 10, 2021

    By Brian Duffy
    I really enjoyed the app until the latest update. I understand that they need to make money on the app, but the number of ads has utterly exploded. In addition these new ads actually feel more intrusive since they more immediately interrupt the content. I recommend that they revaluate their ad policies before the next update. I know I among others will be taking a break from the app to look at other sources; the update has ruined the smooth experience that I've come to expect.
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By The Phoenix Channel
    So recently I've been getting a bug where I scroll through Reddit and I just keep getting the same posts looped over and over again without seeing anything new. And I'm not talking about reposts. These are the literal same things I've already seen, by the same people. Is there a way to fix this? Oh I also googled this problem, it's been happening to people for over 4 years now... Please look into this, Reddit!
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  • Jan 31, 2021

    By Mats Eriksson
    It's completely fine as a reddit browser, function wise. In comparison with rif, it's a cleaner, more intuitive navigation with fewer clicks. I don't mind the address that much. But it has these horrendous lags and freezes when scrolling. Often it will be force closed by the android system. These issues have been going on since at least half a year (trying different phones as well). It's almost unusable
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  • From great to ok to disappointing Nov 18, 2020

    By A Bitter Addict
    I’ve always heard of Reddit but never hopped on the train until a couple of years ago. The first year was amazing! So many subreddits, so much to learn, so much to laugh at. Then around the start of 2020, Reddit took a turn towards politics. I don’t mind that at all, but I get enough of that outside. It was doable to ignore and I still enjoyed the app enough. Towards the middle of 2020, it was like Reddit was becoming just like any other app with no distinction: ads galore, in app purchases (I’m still not sure why people waste their money on that), and notifications that you can’t get rid of unless you turn on your notification on your personal phone. That right there is just annoying. Reddit, you were fun at first, but you got a little political, when I just wanted to go to this app to laugh and learn. Reddit, you submerged my pages in an ad almost every other post. Reddit, I don’t want you to constantly notify me to get back on the page. I can do that just fine on my own. And because of that, I am letting you go Reddit. Good luck.
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  • Feb 21, 2021

    By Brett Pherrill
    Cool. You updated the interface. All shiney. Still doesn't load videos or gifs right, if at all. Still shows you duplicates while scrolling. No, you're not losing it. It is a double of the post you just saw. Yes there is multiple. No, that video/gif won't load. And also, no. It isn't your wifi or data problem, its reddit. When the app works, it's great but 75% of the time it doesn't. And they haven't fixed it in god knows how many updates. Feign ignorance I guess.
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Matthew Podolak
    The latest update makes this app almost unusable. It seems like there was a decision to embed a browser into Reddit whenever you click a link (youtube,twitter,etc), with no option to open that link in your actual browser. This is generally a terrible experience as I have accounts on websites such as youtube and twitter that I'd like to use to interact with the content, which is now annoying to do so as the embedded Reddit browser is not logged in and its impossible to copy the link.
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  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Carl Thomas
    Great new update! Subreddit now show posts in a completely random order each time I refresh and when I click a post a *totally different* post comes up. The MOST BASIC FUNCTION OF REDDIT DOESN'T WORK. Lots of notifications for replies turn out not to be real once you open the app. Clicking notifications doesn't actually guarantee you'll be linked to whatever the notification is for. Does this app get tested???? Uninstalled. Using Boost instead.
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  • Feb 5, 2021

    By Xander Regazzoni
    I'm having a break from the app. Recently the ads have taken over. I don't mind a few here and there, but when I scroll through 13 consecutive ads in a row it kind of takes the mickey really, plus they're loud, obnoxious and dumb, and they always appear first when I open up a separate subreddit, and now they're appearing in the comments section, please sort this out Reddit
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By ̇
    Ugh, where do I start.... When I click on post to see comments it redirects me to the upward one, also searching subreddits via the search bar doesn't work, and sometimes out of the blue it cannot connect to Reddit's servers despite PC version working without any problems. It became more and more annoying to use this app, no wonder people created a unofficial one that works better than this one....
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