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- Current Version: 2.22.4
- Updated: January 3, 2018
- Requires Android: 4.4 and up
- Installs: 10,000,000 - 50,000,000
Get all the freshest content on the Internet in Redditâs official mobile app! Discover top trending topics, breaking news, viral video clips, funny jokes and hot memes.
The official Reddit app connects you to all of Reddit with infinite scroll, autoplay GIFs, and the fastest-loading interface of any Reddit app.
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Victor Miu Published date: January 14, 2018
Fast, ads are not intrusive. Great UI, I especially like the dark theme. It makes the app so much better with a bit of contrast. The threads kinda pop from the screen. Is it better than relay? Well, yeah. But only the free version. The paid Relay one has some cool extra features. I only wish they would scale down some very high resolution photos so they could be mobile friendly. Other wise it tends to lag alot because of the large pictures. Knit picking anyway. Good app. Full Review
Tiffany Baker Published date: January 4, 2018
Still my favorite app but lately it's been acting funny. Like it keeps crashing and, if you click on any link you can not use the back button to go back where you left off instead it goes to the home page. Fix please and I will give five stars again!!! I love Reddit but I don't like the changes. Full Review
V Angelo Published date: January 4, 2018
I used to love this app but the recent update killed it. Now, it takes too long to load pages and sometimes it just freezes all of a sudden and gets terminated multiple times while I browse through... Edit: After the new update, everything seem to work fine like before. Kudos! Full Review
B G Published date: January 4, 2018
This app was really good but a recent update has made it slow and constantly freezes. When I switch apps for a second and come back, I'm back at the homepage instead of the story I was on, too, which didn't used to happen unless I closed out. I hope it gets fixed soon. Edit: it's been fixed. I like the layout of this app and the ability to scroll through the posts makes it easy to go though r/all. It's easy to manage compared to other apps, which is good for me. It's simple. Full Review
Rowan Throup Published date: January 4, 2018
App is aesthetically pleasing but there is room for functional improvement. Most noticeably, if I'm scrolling through posts and switch to another app and then switch back to Reddit a few minutes later I lose my place. I then have to scroll past the same posts to get back to seeing new posts. Full Review
Kaan Yildiz Published date: January 4, 2018
EDIT: Performance seems to be fixed now. Thanks! For the actual review: This app is a jack of all trades for most everything you want this app to do, and with the recent addition of mod tools, subreddit moderators can ban/verify membets on the go. Overall, pretty good! Full Review
Sanpat Chanthanuraks Published date: January 6, 2018
The app is good. Except for this particular update which is very unstable. Loading a long image posts? Crashed. Switch to another window and switch back? Crashed. Getting a call while browsing? You've guessed it! This issue has not occurred pre-update, though. That is why the update is disappointing. Full Review
Travadaddy22289 Published date: January 6, 2018
Lags when attempting to navigate and constantly freezes/crashes. Only reason review is 3* is because it's still much easier to navigate than the desktop site. Edit: Review dropped from three stars to one. This constant crashing for every little action is getting ridiculous. Edit 2: 5*. Update fixed it. Full Review
Mark Talaid Published date: January 16, 2018
When you click on a link then press back the app forces you out of the specific post your in and also transfers you to a completely different post in the same subreddit, I'm forced to find that specific post again just to read the rest of the comments. Please fix. Also, why isn't there an option that lets you scroll past already seen posts, especially on Home and Popular or even the All Section. I shouldn't need to scroll past hundreds of posts just to see new interesting content. And besides, if actively tracking where you're actually on as your save point from where you left off is too demanding then why not choose the last post you entered on instead. Full Review
Rick Mansfield Published date: January 13, 2018
It's nice to have an Android app version of Reddit, but it won't run in landscape mode on my Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. What's the deal? How hard can it be to make the app re-orient itself to a tablet's position? Ugh. Full Review
Kyle Gillen Published date: January 8, 2018
Omg stfu. If I wanted the app I'd download it. It's trash so I use mobile website but you spam those user with Ads for your terrible terrible app. The users of Reddit are great but the DEVS ARE DRIVING ME AWAY! Full Review
Sean Humphrey Published date: January 8, 2018
This app used to be excellent but now it crashes constantly upon attempting to open random posts. The most recent update claims to have fixed the issue, however I have seen no improvement whatsoever. If anything it has become worse. It is now nearly unusable for me. Full Review
Pug Hats Published date: January 3, 2018
I enjoyed it, and used it every single day. It was fast and responsive, and never crashed or slowed down. Until...... The newest update. The look of it is terrible, and it crashes constantly, and lags ALL. THE. TIME. I feel like this ruins mobile reddit. Please fix, it is terrible. Edit - Thanks for fixing the crashing and freezing bugs! I can actually use it now! :) Full Review
Irhen Petukhova Published date: January 15, 2018
Unfortunately the last update screwed up everything I loved about this app. Now it pops up random threads when I switch to the app from other apps instead of the thread I was reading, so I can never read anything. User experience is so bad now I avoid using the app. Shame! OS: android 8.0.0. If it gets fixed, the rating will go back to its 5 stars, of course, but right now I can't stand it. Full Review
Brittany Joson Published date: January 3, 2018
I love reddit, but this app is giving me a bad experience while browsing. Often would not load anything, even if I have stable internet connection. Every time I comment it would give me this error which prevents me from posting my comment. It's very frustrating. For now I will just use the mobile site. It's so much faster. If only the site wasn't so insistent on you to use the app! Full Review
Jamel Corbitt Published date: January 9, 2018
Use to love this app. The new update totally disregard pages you a subscribed to. Your home is replaced with what ever is popular on Reddit. I could not find one post from mu subs. Have to go to extra steps to find my subs. Not only that i like having all my subs in one place since they are all the same subject. Now i have to search each one separately. Its dumb Full Review
Ku ug Published date: January 5, 2018
Ever since the latest UI update the Reddit app has a problem with constant crashes. The app is pretty much unusable now and you're better off using your mobile browser. Multiple devices with a wide range of specs are having this problem so the error is not device specific. Full Review
Published date: January 4, 2018
New update to a normally good app has left it unusable. App keeps crashing and freezing. Any time a gif tries to load or I try to make a comment, the app freezes and shuts down. Also resets anytime I switch away from the app. Needs a fix to go back to a 5 star rating. Full Review
Tom Verhellen Published date: January 9, 2018
The most recent update (S6 Edge+) has made the app slow and unreliable. I only just switched to it fully, now i am using other reddit apps until its fixed. Go go dev team go go Full Review
Tutsirai Majaura Published date: January 4, 2018
This app was great until they decided to fix something that wasn't broke. This latest update busted the entire app to near unusable. Everything is slow, commenting constantly gives errors or crashes the app and opening links from within the app is now impossible and ends up making you have to restart your phone to get functionality again. Terrible. Full Review
Kelvin Kwan Published date: January 9, 2018
Good job team, with new update fixing bugs from the last. Smoother and doesnt crash anymore. However, some gifs viewed in the app are drastically worse. Just a recommendation, not a need since it doesnt crash when clicking on thr link. Getting better, looking forward to where theyll take the app next. Full Review
Wreck Nrun Published date: January 5, 2018
Useless to me if the links, for even youtube, are opened externally. The mobile page works much more smoothly. Good idea. Just cumbersome as of right now. I wont use it. Edit Came backs months later to say it still sucks, still crashes. Still the worst reddit app Full Review
Steven Rowberry Published date: January 4, 2018
Updated review: The most recent update seems to have completely fixed the crashing and slowdown issues. Changed my review to 5 stars, which given all other aspects of the app, is where it should be as it fulfils its purpose perfectly. Many thanks for the quick resolution! Full Review
Chakaphan P. Published date: January 5, 2018
Update: Most recent update seem to have resolved delay and crash issue..........App was great before most recent update. Navigation was instant. Most recent update has made this app frustrating to use. There's is now a 5-8 seconds delay when you hit back to return to the previous page before it actually takes you back. App also now randomly crashes. Full Review
James O'Hara Published date: January 5, 2018
*Edit: New update fixed the slowness and crashing problem. It's back to my favourite Reddit app. I love this app. The new update looks great however it has made the app unbearable slow. Anytime I try to go to my profile or try to write a comment or follow a link it takes multiple times longer than it used to. Full Review
Kurai Hiroma Published date: January 6, 2018
I love Reddit, but ever since I've updated this app, I've been unable to access it. I go to the Home screen, I receive "We had some trouble getting to Reddit. Try again". I go to a community, reddit tells me that I don't have access to the community (sometimes I get the same "trouble" message instead). Restarting phone and restarting app does nothing. Any idea how I can fix this? Full Review
Zi Truong Published date: January 16, 2018
Great app, easy to use. My one gripe however is NOT being able to put in subbreddits. You can only search them and even then 50% of the time they don't even appear. I have to Google them and then click on the link to open it in app. Why aren't users able to manually type in a sub Reddit instead of having to search it?? Full Review
Kirsty Clark Published date: January 4, 2018
After the most recent update, the app has become literally unusable. I loved Reddit so much, but now every time I open it or click anything it crashes instantly. A huge shame. Hope they fix this. Edit: IT WORKS AGAIN! YAY! Full Review
A T Published date: January 8, 2018
Wow! Update took this app from bad to worse! Before the update things were crashing and freezing all the time. After the update my home page is identical to the popular page. Not the case on the third party Reddit app. Also, not the case when viewed on a laptop. Soooooo, I guess that's all for now. Rating will change to reflect current update. Full Review
Published date: January 4, 2018
Latest update to 2.22.4 has been very a bumpy ride. Just one useful functionality added. Performance totally messed up - writing comments is very delayed and also, loading images freezes the app. Had to uninstall app so as to keep the phone working. Using alienblue on iOS for now, thank you Reddit. Full Review
Shane Published date: January 9, 2018
Very frequently crashes and fails to load, regardless of service Internet connection. I'm using a Nexus 5X which should be more than enough to run the app. Try to use the website on a mobile device and it keeps trying to push the app on you, which would be fine if it didn't crash so often. Full Review
Jakob Kane Published date: January 5, 2018
This is the perfect app to use when you're out and about and want to browse Reddit or you simply just don't want to turn on your computer. This app recently updated and fixed all the problems that were present in the previous update and this app is back to being perfect. LOVE the new design Full Review
Dylan Schuh Published date: January 6, 2018
This app was definitely a 5 until this latest patch update. Now the app is almost unusable because it constantly crashes and freezes my phone (which it has never done). Fix it's stability and it'll be back to a 5. Edit: Reddit fixed the stability in this patch. Thanks much! Full Review
Andrew Rhodes Published date: January 4, 2018
I loved the reddit app but the latest update has killed it. Constant crashing, delayed text showing up on comments, and constantly reverting to the home screen. Also terrible loading issues. Please fix soon! Full Review
sara fontes Published date: January 8, 2018
Why am I suddenly seeing all sorts of things I am not subscribed to? I just opened the app and 4 of the top 5 post are from sub's I have no interest in and am not subscribed to. Is this a weird new update? If so I don't like it. At all. Full Review
Ashley Garcia Published date: January 8, 2018
I like the app, I just hate when I leave the app for 2 seconds, literally, and I come back and I have to struggle to find the story I was reading. It would be great if it didn't boot me back to the home page every time. Fix that and I will give 5 stars! Thank you. Full Review
El Ramaxx Published date: January 4, 2018
The app is mostly great, but often some images fail to load despite having a strong wi fi connection or data signal and it freezes quite a bit. Nothing too serious but these issues need to be fixed for a full 5 star review. Full Review
Aadil Razack Published date: January 6, 2018
Reddit is a great social media service. However, the app continuously crashes, blackscreens, and fails to load with the new app. I'm considering using a different app for Reddit if this issue isn't fixed soon. My device is the Moto G5 Plus. Edit: the latest update has thankfully fixed the frequent crashing. However, this app lacks many features that other Reddit apps for Android. I highly recommend Boost and Reddit is Fun, but if you want something simple, this app is the way to go. Full Review
S.H.B. Dolor Published date: January 15, 2018
Extremely buggy. Freezes all the time, fails to load stuff, and overall really clunky. Such a shame the official app isn't as good as third-party apps. It should even be better, but it's not. Full Review
Published date: January 14, 2018
I like reddit but the app doesn't work since the latest updates. I can't comment. I contacted them and another update was pushed, but installing it did not fix the problem for me. I won't bother with the app anymore. Maybe with my next phone. Also would be nice to have full functionality in the app, like user photos. Full Review