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Welcome to Reddit, the heart of the internet.

Reddit is a social network with something for everyone: trending topics, diverse discussions, and engaging communities and comment threads.

Redditors have authentic and interesting conversations around all sorts of curated content. You’ll find gaming communities, bloggers, meme-makers, fandoms, travel enthusiasts, support groups, AI forums, news junkies, artists, and creators of all types.

Reddit has over 100,000 online communities (forums where members post and comment) dedicated to specific topics. Some of the most popular communities are:
• r/AskReddit, where users can ask and answer questions
• r/funny, which is full of humorous content
• r/science, for scientific discussions and news
• r/gifs, with funny animated gifs for your viewing pleasure

On Reddit you’ll find:
• Thousands of community groups
Breaking news, social media trends, sports highlights, TV fan theories, open AI discussions and personalized content, there's a community for everyone.

• Loads of laughs
Find memes, oddly satisfying videos, funny cat videos, and more to help you lose track of time.

• AMAs, or "Ask Me Anything"
Celebrities, politicians, and experts answer questions from users.

• The best discussions on any topic
Reddit’s discussion threads are where community members jump in with humor and insights for just about anything; pop culture, sports, entertainment, or financial advice.

• Get answers to anonymous questions
Ask communities anything you want. Ask questions on relationships, mental health, parenting, career help, fitness plans, and more.

• Anonymous profiles so you can do YOU
Connect with people about any topic, join interactive community groups or threads, and chat with other redditors, all anonymously.

Voting and Karma:

Instead of likes and hearts, Reddit’s social network runs on upvotes or downvotes. Voting on posts and comments increase or decrease the creator’s karma, and helps popular and relevant posts rise to the top, while filtering out low-quality or irrelevant posts.

While karma doesn't directly impact your ability to use Reddit, more karma can increase posts’ visibility and help you get noticed. Some communities require karma to post or comment, which helps prevent spam or low-quality content.

Reddit Premium:

Purchase Reddit Premium to enjoy an ads-free experience and access to premium avatar gear, r/lounge, custom app icons, and more.

Payment will be charged on a recurring monthly or annual basis to your Apple account. Your monthly or annual Premium subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel at least 24 hours before your subscription ends. Cancel anytime in your device’s Account Settings. No partial refunds.

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What’s New

Version 2024.20.0

• Thanks for updating the Reddit app! We've updated our iOS app with bug fixes and changes to improve your overall experience.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
2.9M Ratings

2.9M Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Whether you love movies, kittens, science, kittens, politics, or kittens, Reddit’s official app puts all this (plus kittens) at your fingertips. With a colorful and intuitive layout, it’s easy to browse and post to “the front page of the internet” across thousands of subreddits that cater to virtually every area of interest. Search for communities that line up with your hobbies; filter posts by posting time, hotness, and more; and get a breakdown of your own Redditing history to see where you reaped all that sweet, sweet karma. (Pro tip: You can’t go wrong with pictures of—you guessed it—kittens.)

GDavid$100 ,

One main issue

Now I understand “karma” is a big part of this application/website, but please rethink it. I’m not reddit savvy, but i am social media savvy and up to date with how individuals are. Been online most of my life being a “degen” or dealing with them. Karma or not people will find a way to bypass this, if they truly cared, but i am not ashamed to say I don’t. That being said, i have found myself on reddit more often than not. Signing up with alt accounts very often as i do not care much to keep up with a account. However there has been instances where I tried to get my karma up but it is so slow and not that easy unless something sets you up, which in retrospect, is not reliable. For new users how come wanting to speak on matters or ask questions it becomes hard unless you go under an already existing post and ask there, (which may even get you downvoted resulting in negative karma) I believe it’d be simpler to maybe not automod post that are based on karma points but instead trust in your users and communities to handle spam/negativity in a well obtained manner. That should why i gave it 4 stars. Too many times i tried to make a post and wouldn’t go through on any r/ due to no karma. Thank you.

TheLastDragon21 ,

Every time they fix one thing, they break three more.

Every time this app updates, it gets worse. They change useless things like the visuals of the buttons to save images and videos (if and when that works). On that note, for reasons unknown to man or beast, heaven or earth, they removed the ability to save GIFs. It’s not the first time, and I assume sooner or later it’ll be back and they’ll want praise for once again doing the absolute bare minimum. The ability to save videos almost never works either, unless you know the trick to go to comments, go back, press the save button again, and hope to your personal god *that* works. Even if it does work, for some reason the videos always save without sound. All of these used to be features that inexplicably are constantly removed, changed, replaced, and put back. Honestly, I don’t know why this app, of all apps, needs to update this much. Especially when most of the changes are aesthetic and the ones that aren’t always make things worse. I never got a chance to use any of the third-party apps, but I wish that I had. The only reason I’m giving this two stars instead of one is so that people don’t think that this is a fake review and it gets filtered out. This is a real review and real frustration from a real user. But it’s like the people who designed this app don’t actually use it themselves. Just make things work and then leave it alone.


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