Reddit is what most refer as the front page of the internet. This mobile site is better known for its entertainment attributes being part social media and part news. Reddit is undoubtedly one of the most popular sites in the world, but despite this fact they do not have their own Android app. As a result of this most users have to rely on the numerous options accessible on the Google Play Store. It can be overwhelming to decide the best Reddit Android app for you. Some can be old and outdated, some use a built-in Android website software to display links while others apply a pop-up viewer to show specific links like YouTube videos and Imgur galleries. Here are some of the Best Reddit Apps for Android that you should definitely try out:
Reddit is fun
Reddit is fun is designed with a similar user interface to the actual website but built for mobile functionality. Some of its best features include a hint of Google’s material design, a simple readability mode, color-coded links for already viewed submissions, native link handling, down/up vote arrows and easy to use controls. This application allows you to enjoy all content within the application, opening websites, images and GIFs happens without you having to leave the app. It also has a sync option that allows you to pick up where you left of on a PC and can share information from a smartphone to a PC. The application has a tablet support, a widget and three themes to choose from
BaconReader has a simple interface with dropdown menus for easy access to subreddits, and a similar bar on the bottom for quick useful tools. This app uses an Android-style WebView plugin for links display but users need an external app to access YouTube videos. It includes color-coded subreddits, filters for posts and comments, easy readability mode, multireddit support, swipe navigation and for tablets a split-screen mode.
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Relay for Reddit
Formerly known as Reddit News, Relay for Reddit is best known for being a gesture-oriented Reddit app. It has a material design interface with swipe or gesture navigation options for post options, to expand comments while viewing a link and also swipe through tabs. Relay includes a drop down menu for subreddits is at the top of the screen, an animated material design and a native pop-up viewer displaying Reddit’s media sharing sites. It opens most of the GIFs and Photos within the app and offers an amazing users experience.
For tablets, Relay has a straightforward interface, a left-handed and a dual page mode for multiple pages, support for multiple accounts and customizable options.
Reddit Sync is an attractive app with material design that gives a sort of pinterest feel that is one of that offers the best way to surf through media content. It has easy controls that allows you quick scrolling through even the heavy graphics. One of Reddit sync’s user friendly feature is that it lets you sync your Reddit account for offline browsing. It features a ‘minimize bandwidth’ mode to allow to increase your data usage time limit Sync supports more variety of native links than any other app on the list and has a variety of color scheme options. Reddit allows multiple users, an active developer team that responds to complaints Play Store. Currently, the app comes in three versions, the pro, the developer and the free version, which have their own bunch of useful and awesome features.
Now for Reddit
Now for Reddit comes with a unique interface and a capability to swipe through subreddits by default. It has a full screen menu for subreddit navigation, an in-app viewer for native link handling for most videos and images, multireddit support, Reddit TV support and a material design.
Which of these five Reddits Apps does it for you? Do you have any suggestions that we haven’t mention above? Share with us in the comments section.
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