Reddita for Honeycomb Delivers Your Fix for that Other Robot
Do you find yourself constantly F5-ing your reddit browser window? Luckily, XDA forum member Leyths has an easier way of getting your fix thanks to Reddita, a reddit client that plays nicely with the Honeycomb user experience.
Reddita makes browsing, commenting, and voting on reddit vastly more efficient. Some of its features include:
- Read all your favorite subreddits, comment on links and upvote and downvote stories.
- Check and reply to your mail.
- Customizable notifications to always stay on top of your messages.
- View profiles.
- Check your friends, send them messages and see their posts highlighted in your feed.
- Optional detailed view, view the number of upvotes and downvotes comments and stories have received.
- Pin your favorite subreddits for easy access
- Save links which catch your eye and view them later.
- Search and sort your feed.
- Never ending reddit
The app is available in both ad-sponsored and paid varieties. Make sure to continue on to the original thread to get your fix faster than you can say FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUU.
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