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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. (Protip: you can’t go wrong with pictures of—you guessed it—kittens.)
Why Reddit is unique and important to free speech
Best platform for public discussion, discourse, and accurate real time on-site accounts in some cases. Almost any interest, hobby, comedy genre, meme, gif, video, etc have entire subreddits, while also covering serious topics like world news. I feel Reddit is a bastion of free speech. No public interface, where all sides can anonymously voice their opinions can operate without the inevitably of some heinous, ignorant, and non-productive comments that should be removed in extreme cases, but free speech is vital in order to live in a free society, however I feel Reddit does a great job of walking that very difficult fine PC line. So I applaud you Reddit and all the awesome Redditors that really make it is what it is. On a final but important side note, Reddit could and has been a vital tool for getting out info in emergency situations such as the flood in Houston recently. I always see great resources to contact and real-time updates. It literally saved lives. Long time lurker, but needed to commend the Reddit team and community.
Great app. Users are way to argumentative
Like the title says, upvotes and karma and coin rewards only make the problem way worse. People are always trying to prove themselves to strangers for that karma that ANYTHING you say gets turned into an argument. And I mean ANYTHING. It gets exhausting and it stops me and everyone I know that uses the platform from engaging in any way other than up and down voting. Commenting and participating just isn’t worth it. 3 stars because the platform is obviously designed that way on purpose even though most people don’t like participating because of it. I guess they think it raises engagement but I’m sure if the many people who avoid commenting because they don’t feel like arguing would add a lot more engagement. I know I’d participate a lot more often if I didn’t have to worry about having to reply to some A hole with an opinion on a comment I made a week ago. Maybe make upvoting and downvoting a post thing and take the number away from comments like some subs do. Maybe people would be less inclined to circle jerk if there wasn’t a “point” system and more people would join the platform and stop thinking everyone who used reddit is a weeb with no social life that likes to argue with strangers.
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