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The official Reddit app for Android now has an Anonymous Browsing mode

Reddit is often known as the front page of the internet, deriving its spontaneity and popularity from communities focused around varied topic segments. The system in place lets individuals post content, and then others can upvote or downvote the content depending on its fit around the topic segment and their viewpoint. These upvotes and downvotes...

Reddit for Android 3.41 adds spoiler and NSFW tagging, Account settings, and prepares to add GIF and animated emote comment support

Before even reading the first sentence of this article, some of you may have already started scrolling down to the comments section to tell us about the third-party Reddit client you think is superior. It's an age-old debate that always starts an Internet slap fight, but for most people, the official Reddit mobile app does...

Reddit’s official Android app now lets you view subreddit wikis and makes it easier to format links

Android users are spoilt for choice when it comes to third-party Reddit apps on the Play Store. From BaconReader to Boost, there is a variety of different apps to choose from. While third-party apps for Reddit were a necessity a while ago, it all changed when the company released its official app on iOS and...

[Update: Official] Reddit tests showing warnings before posting on highly moderated subreddits

Reddit is the most popular social news aggregation and discussion website in the world. While most Redditors prefer different third-party clients to access the website, Reddit's own official app has continued to grow in popularity ever since its launch. The app has also gained new features over this time, with highlight features like a dark...

Reddit’s official Android app now supports Android Q’s dark mode toggle

Dark Mode (or Dark Theme) is a bonafide movement in the Android ecosystem. Google is adding a system-wide dark mode to Android Q and they've been busy getting apps ready for it. 3rd-party app developers have also been adding dark modes to their designs. The latest version of the official Reddit app supports Android Q's...

The Android Q engineering team is doing an AMA on Reddit next week

With the most recent Android Q beta having been released just two weeks ago, the Android Q engineering team has decided to host an AMA (ask me anything) session on Reddit next week. Each developer preview of Android Q has revealed more features and improvements over the last, with the most recent having finalized APIs,...

Reddit for Android version 3.21 adds interactive post previews in Chat

There are a number of popular Reddit applications available for Android in the Google Play Store. This was originally a necessity as the social media company had not released their own official app for many years, but that changed about three years ago with the release of the official app on iOS and Android. Since...

Google’s Android P engineers did an AMA, here’s what they said

Google announced an AMA on /r/AndroidDev just a couple of days ago. The AMA is all wrapped up, so here's everything new we heard on Reddit from the Android engineering team. Please keep in mind that this AMA was focused on developers, not for regular users of the platform. Without further ado, let's get started.Android...

Official Reddit for Android beta lets you crosspost and quote posts without losing your draft

The Official Reddit for Android app has hit beta version 3.5.0 and it's available in a closed channel. The update adds some life-improving changes, as well as a couple of bug fixes. Edit profile via the app Before this update, if you wanted to edit your profile, you had to visit the Reddit website. Now, you can just tap...

Official Reddit Android beta app adds AMOLED night mode, improved bottom navigation bar, and more

Despite the abundance of third-party clients on the Google Play Store, Reddit themselves push forward their own application as the better option. The first party client first launched on Android in 2016. Compared to other third-party offerings like Reddit is Fun, Sync, Relay, and Slide, the official Reddit app was actually pretty barebones. Even nowadays, it's...

Official Reddit Mobile App Updated with a Comment Speed Read Button, Theater Mode, and More

Reddit, the self-proclaimed "front page of the internet," has announced a major overhaul to its mobile application that was first launched on Android and iOS earlier this year. The app was initially lacking some key features, especially for moderators, so many decided to stick to third-party clients such as Reddit is Fun or Reddit Sync....

Walls for Reddit Pulls Wallpapers from Various Subreddits

There are a number of subreddits that focus entirely on beautiful portraits, landscapes, and other amazing images. Walls for Reddit currently pulls these images from about 11 different subreddits (including /r/Art, /r/EarthPorn, /r/spaceporn etc.) so you have something new to look whenever you want. The application has an automatic feature that can change your current...