Reddit Now

Reddit Now


Reddit Now is a great way to browse content published on Reddit, a popular social news and entertainment website, using your Android phone or tablet.

Introducing the all new Reddit Now! Version 3 features a beautiful "card based" interface which aims to provide you with an intuitive, gesture based, Reddit experience.

What does Reddit Now offer?
- Designed for phones and tablets
- Intuitive interface (swipe to change subreddit)
- Full multireddit support
- Remember what links you've visited with reddit gold
- Messaging (send mail and receive inbox notifications)
- Vote, comment, save, hide, and share posts
- Follow your friends and view their posts
- Save images for offline viewing
- Great new text editor which makes typing comments and messages a breeze!

Join us in r/redditnow for feedback and app discussion!

Thanks for trying Reddit Now!

Please note, Reddit Now is an unofficial app. Reddit and the Reddit alien logo, trademark and trade dress are registered trademarks owned by Reddit Inc.

Recent changes:
Version 3.2
- Updated 'Material design' interface
- Added swipe to refresh
- Image previews are now displayed within comments
- View subreddit sidebars by swiping from the right of the screen
- Added subscriptions to main menu for ease of access
- Images can now be uploaded to Imgur from within Reddit Now
- GIFV support has been added
- Lots of other improvements!
- Fixed: Post titles clipped on certain devices
- Fixed: Button rendering issues on Lollipop
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4.3
User ratings
17479
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
3299 kb
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About Reddit Now
Reddit Now is a great way to browse content published on Reddit, a popular social news and entertainment website, using your Android phone or tablet.

Introducing the all new Reddit Now! Version 3 features a beautiful "card based" interface which aims to provide you with an intuitive, gesture based, Reddit experience.

What does Reddit Now offer?
- Designed for phones and tablets
- Intuitive interface (swipe to change subreddit)
- Full multireddit support
- Remember what links you've visited with reddit gold
- Messaging (send mail and receive inbox notifications)
- Vote, comment, save, hide, and share posts
- Follow your friends and view their posts
- Save images for offline viewing
- Great new text editor which makes typing comments and messages a breeze!

Join us in r/redditnow for feedback and app discussion!

Thanks for trying Reddit Now!

Please note, Reddit Now is an unofficial app. Reddit and the Reddit alien logo, trademark and trade dress are registered trademarks owned by Reddit Inc.

Recent changes:
Version 3.2
- Updated 'Material design' interface
- Added swipe to refresh
- Image previews are now displayed within comments
- View subreddit sidebars by swiping from the right of the screen
- Added subscriptions to main menu for ease of access
- Images can now be uploaded to Imgur from within Reddit Now
- GIFV support has been added
- Lots of other improvements!
- Fixed: Post titles clipped on certain devices
- Fixed: Button rendering issues on Lollipop

User reviews of Reddit Now
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
7 hours ago
Excellent Best Reddit app for Android atm. We'll see how it is when blue alien ports over.
A Google User
7 hours ago
My favorite way to browse reddit
A Google User
11 hours ago
Ever since the update, my app doesn't load more of the front page when I scroll down. When I refresh rising posts, it shows me the same crap over and over again without loading new posts. Wft?
A Google User
12 hours ago
you cannot switch apps because you're back to the homepage, not where you left, wtf
A Google User
17 hours ago
It works. Yeah.