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:
- Improved security using HTTPS
- Multireddits are now displayed on the main screen
- When you refresh your subscriptions their sort order is maintained
- You can now search for subreddits within the 'Browse Subreddits' screen
- Images within the internal browser can now be saved by long-pressing them
- Improved error handling and added useful error messages
- New reddit mail icon
- Small UI improvements
- Fixed: A bug which sometimes occurred when replying to private messages
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Free
86
4.3
User ratings
12231
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
2526 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:
- Improved security using HTTPS
- Multireddits are now displayed on the main screen
- When you refresh your subscriptions their sort order is maintained
- You can now search for subreddits within the 'Browse Subreddits' screen
- Images within the internal browser can now be saved by long-pressing them
- Improved error handling and added useful error messages
- New reddit mail icon
- Small UI improvements
- Fixed: A bug which sometimes occurred when replying to private messages

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User reviews of Reddit Now
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A Google User
Wednesday 12:06 PM
Great design but I am having problems I love the UI. But my only concern is when I am attempting to submit a post I receive an error message telling me to try again later.
A Google User
Wednesday 10:48 AM
Nice
A Google User
Wednesday 9:20 AM
Previous version was better Currently, all sub reddits and multis are now grouped into 1 long list under subscriptions. This is ok if you aren't subscribed to a ton of stuff. But I am. Is there a better way of managing or grouping these in a list so its not too cluttered? Thanks!
A Google User
Wednesday 7:06 AM
Not great Hard to remove all default subreddits, hard to look at images but also hard to scan headlines. Went through the app twice and couldn't find the subscribe button. Performs well, just lacklustre feature wise. Doesn't remember previous searches. Pretty & promising, but beyond the boilerplate nothing much to see yet.
A Google User
Wednesday 1:02 AM
Great Great app but it would be nice if there was an option to change the image quality to low as it eats through my data :)