Description

What is Reddit? Reddit is where topics or ideas are arranged in communities. Start off with what you like and go from there. There are 100K active ones to choose from.

Stay informed about COVID-19 at r/coronavirus. Visit the Centers for Disease Control at cdc.gov for info.

Joining your favorite communities will create a constant, personalized feed of content like news headlines, fun stories, sports talk, games, viral pics, top memes, and videos.

Earn fake Internet points (called Karma) by sharing your passion for books, movies, video games, sports, TV shows, music and technology with millions of people who share your interests.

Or just browse what millions of other people are posting and talking about.

Here are some reasons you should download it.

Communities about ideas not people
- There’s a Night Mode
- It creates wonderful distractions
- It’s free and open
- Getting answers to questions you’re too afraid to ask in public.
- r/mildyinteresting
- High quality entertainment for extended bathroom breaks.
- Unique usernames so your mom won’t find you on Reddit.
- Limitless possibilities
- Gift exchanges like Secret Santa
- Bananas used for scale
- Losing track of vast amounts of time
- Closing Reddit on your computer just to open it on your phone
- r/bettereveryloop
- Very convincing fan theories about TV shows
- Every kind of nostalgia
- Every team
- Recipes worth making
- Genuine empathy
- Lots and lots of cats

Reddit Premium: now with less suck.
Reddit Premium Subscription is $6.99 per month. You will receive an ads-free Reddit experience, access to r/lounge and 700 Coins for every month you are subscribed.
Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. You will be charged a recurring monthly transaction through your iTunes account. Your account will be charged $6.99 for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Your Reddit Premium membership automatically renews on a monthly basis unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
You can manage your subscription, cancel or turn off auto-renewal through Account Settings in your iTunes account. You can cancel anytime and there are no refunds for partial months.

Privacy Policy: https://m.reddit.com/wiki/privacypolicy
User Agreement: https://m.reddit.com/wiki/useragreement
Content Policy: https://m.reddit.com/wiki/contentpolicy

Download the official Reddit app today.

What’s New

Version 2021.08.0

• UX Update: Changed how sound plays on videos app-wide to mute videos by default, apply mute/unmute settings to individual sessions, and include audio controls (AKA, a mute button) on every video
• Bug Fix: Search terms don’t overlap with the “Clear” button in the search bar now
• Bug Fix: You can tell when a direct message is from a moderator or a Reddit admin now
• Bug Fix: Posts will filter the right way while using r/popular for a specific region again
• Bug Fix: Comments won’t collapse by default now

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.7M Ratings

1.7M 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.)

Leblancly ,

For a Social Media Professional, My Favorite Place To Be in 2021

On a personal level I’m so burnt out on social networks, but Reddit has managed to go from being kind of scary and full of trolls to being (imo) one of the best places on the internet. By joining niche communities you can really find any hyper specific group of people and (for the most part!) people are fairly nice to complete strangers! I suppose if you want you can spend time on the popular/top general pages, but I mostly don’t. I like a feed that I really have control over myself vs being much more at the mercy of whatever ad driven algorithms.

The combo of dedicated volunteer moderators, strong (enforced) community policies from the brand and the ability to build in auto moderation tools has really made Reddit into a success. And don’t get me wrong, there are ads here too, but it is generally not intrusive. Most brands advertising there right now are still taking the time to understand the space and audience.

To my social media and advertising peers I say: how about we make the choice not to mess this one up too?

Zach091 ,

Is changing.

Used to be a great app, a social media site that didn’t feel like social media. Now, there’s an ad on every other screen you see, some comment sections even include ads, there are constantly pop ups asking you to visit the AppStore to rate the app, constantly pop ups trying to ‘engage the user’ more (we get it, you’re making money off of us, no need to shove it down our throat), “you should join this community! Follow this thing for more posts!”, Reddit even now sends you direct messages telling you to go ‘check out’ these hot and rising posts.... only you’ll get about two of those a day, for all of time. I stoped checking my messages because instead of comment replies and upvote updates, it was just random “go look at this post we think you may like!”. It’s no longer about kittens, it’s about “how many ads can we shove at them to make a profit before they start leaving the app en mass?”

Two years ago, Reddit prided itself on being the exact opposite of that. Of being the place that was DIFFERENT, in a good way. Now it just feels like a reskinned Instagram/Facebook, and even feels like Reddit is taking some direction from them.

It’s gone from a place to explore the internet, to just one more app that’s more concerned with making a pretty penny off your use, and by gosh if they gotta violate your privacy and rights to make that buck then so be it!

App Privacy

The developer, reddit, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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