After relying on third-party developed apps, Reddit has finally launched its own official client app for mobile. The new app is cleaner and more modern-looking than Reddit’s website and Alien Blue, with clear menus that show your subreddit subscriptions and account settings.
We’re not saying Reddit is like all your favorite apps put together. But if we were saying that, we’d tell you it has:
• the trendy headlines of Twitter
• the educational content of Quora
• the viral pics of Memebase and Imgur
• the jokesters of Tumblr
• the lols of 9GAG and theCHIVE
• the cringeworthy personal stories of FML and Fail Blog
• the rage comics of fourchan
• and the powerful, human stories found only on Reddit.
That said, there are some bugs that need to be addressed, and some tweaks to make it overall more usable and more customizable would be highly appreciated.
The inbox is well managed, the subscribed subreddits are well sorted, the feed interface is very user friendly and pleasant to look at, the app overall is generally easy to navigate.