Reddit Illustrated

Reddit Illustrated


Featured as Hot and Popular app on Samsung S Suggest app catalog and Amazon Appstore

Reddit Illustrated brings you wallpapers, funny pictures, videos, memes, news and more from the world's most popular user content submission platform - Reddit.com. Every story has an accompanying photo that looks absolutely gorgeous on your phone or tablet. And with an option to download the image and set it as wallpaper from the app itself, you get unparalleled convenience.

While a reddit.com account is not required to access the tons of features the app offers, you will need an account to vote and comment on individual stories.

Reddit Illustrated is the only Reddit app with True Card UI. So what exactly is True Card UI? While some other Reddit apps have the Card interface (similar to Google Plus app), only Reddit Illustrated makes sure every card has an accompanying photo. Other apps display Photo Cards only if the post itself points to a photo (from Flickr, Imgur). Reddit Illustrated takes any post, be it a news story from BBC or a status update on Facebook and converts it to a beautiful Photo Card, by identifying the most relevant photo from the post. We call it the True Card UI.

Reddit Illustrated comes with a recommended set of topics that include pics, funny, videos, aww, cats, wallpaper, music, movies and more. You can remove any of these topics and add your own.

Main Features:

★ Clean user interface based on the latest Holo guidelines from Google
★ Scales beautifully on phones as well as 7 inch tablets like Nexus 7
★ Add your favorite topics (subreddits) and receive stories based on that
★ Simply long press on any image to download
★ Set the downloaded image as wallpaper from notification bar
★ Share your favorite stories to Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and more
★ Downloads thumbnails (instead of full size images) for preview from imgur.com, flickr.com, minus.com and wikimedia.org
★ Generates thumbnails for Youtube videos and quickmeme.com links
★ Displays the most relevant image for almost any story
★ Hide NSFW photos completely or turn off their previews alone
★ Integrated internal web browser that displays links in a mobile-friendly format
★ Automatic image cache deletion in every 2 days (can be changed in settings)

Reddit.com users will notice these features:

★ Vote or comment on stories as well as individual comments
★ Access to your personalised front page and subscribed subreddits
★ Horizontal swipe gestures to save/hide posts (beta)
★ Edit comments and self posts
★ Sorting option for stories and comments
★ Threaded collapsible comments with color coding to indicate their hierarchy

Download Reddit Illustrated today and indulge in an endless stream of pictures that keep on loading as you scroll.

Disclaimer:
Reddit Illustrated is an unofficial app that is not affiliated to Reddit.com in any way. Reddit and the reddit alien logo, trademark and trade dress are registered trademarks owned by reddit Inc.

Recent changes:
v1.65

★ Bug fixes

v1.61

★ Bug fixes
★ Mobile view now uses Readability
★ Fixed bugs related to in-app purchase of upgrade

v1.6

★ New Wikipedia cards
★ Card title is now displayed in full
★ Mobile view now based on Instapaper
★ Google Plus cards display post photo, instead of profile photo
★ Improved memory optimization
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About Reddit Illustrated
Featured as Hot and Popular app on Samsung S Suggest app catalog and Amazon Appstore

Reddit Illustrated brings you wallpapers, funny pictures, videos, memes, news and more from the world's most popular user content submission platform - Reddit.com. Every story has an accompanying photo that looks absolutely gorgeous on your phone or tablet. And with an option to download the image and set it as wallpaper from the app itself, you get unparalleled convenience.

While a reddit.com account is not required to access the tons of features the app offers, you will need an account to vote and comment on individual stories.

Reddit Illustrated is the only Reddit app with True Card UI. So what exactly is True Card UI? While some other Reddit apps have the Card interface (similar to Google Plus app), only Reddit Illustrated makes sure every card has an accompanying photo. Other apps display Photo Cards only if the post itself points to a photo (from Flickr, Imgur). Reddit Illustrated takes any post, be it a news story from BBC or a status update on Facebook and converts it to a beautiful Photo Card, by identifying the most relevant photo from the post. We call it the True Card UI.

Reddit Illustrated comes with a recommended set of topics that include pics, funny, videos, aww, cats, wallpaper, music, movies and more. You can remove any of these topics and add your own.

Main Features:

★ Clean user interface based on the latest Holo guidelines from Google
★ Scales beautifully on phones as well as 7 inch tablets like Nexus 7
★ Add your favorite topics (subreddits) and receive stories based on that
★ Simply long press on any image to download
★ Set the downloaded image as wallpaper from notification bar
★ Share your favorite stories to Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and more
★ Downloads thumbnails (instead of full size images) for preview from imgur.com, flickr.com, minus.com and wikimedia.org
★ Generates thumbnails for Youtube videos and quickmeme.com links
★ Displays the most relevant image for almost any story
★ Hide NSFW photos completely or turn off their previews alone
★ Integrated internal web browser that displays links in a mobile-friendly format
★ Automatic image cache deletion in every 2 days (can be changed in settings)

Reddit.com users will notice these features:

★ Vote or comment on stories as well as individual comments
★ Access to your personalised front page and subscribed subreddits
★ Horizontal swipe gestures to save/hide posts (beta)
★ Edit comments and self posts
★ Sorting option for stories and comments
★ Threaded collapsible comments with color coding to indicate their hierarchy

Download Reddit Illustrated today and indulge in an endless stream of pictures that keep on loading as you scroll.

Disclaimer:
Reddit Illustrated is an unofficial app that is not affiliated to Reddit.com in any way. Reddit and the reddit alien logo, trademark and trade dress are registered trademarks owned by reddit Inc.

Recent changes:
v1.65

★ Bug fixes

v1.61

★ Bug fixes
★ Mobile view now uses Readability
★ Fixed bugs related to in-app purchase of upgrade

v1.6

★ New Wikipedia cards
★ Card title is now displayed in full
★ Mobile view now based on Instapaper
★ Google Plus cards display post photo, instead of profile photo
★ Improved memory optimization

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A Google User
Aug 27, 2014
Was great. Latest update is awful Crashes, freezes, takes forever to load photos. Bring back the old programmers.....
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
There's better, try Eye candy Totally needs a dark theme and the pictures are distorted.
A Google User
Aug 10, 2014
Best reddit app on the market, but unfortunately it doesn't work on the HTC m8 I love this app, but I can't give It 5 stars until the issue is resolved. Every time I watch a YouTube video, then try to resume browsing on 'reddit I have to start from the very beginning(top) of the feed. It always says " unfortunately reddit has stopped working". Every time. There's issues with the HTC M8 AT&T ... Please Fix
A Google User
Jul 19, 2014
Pretty good Has alot of potential. Will continue to keep it waiting for updates!
A Google User
Jul 14, 2014
Pretty good Although it could be better if it had a dark theme, and having the pictures sometimes seems like not a very good thing.