Reddit Apk

Reddit Apk

Latest version 2021.16.0
28 Apr 2021

This is an original APK file, it's safe to download and free of any virus.

Older Versions

Apk Infos

Version2021.16.0
Rating4.5/5, based on 2,083,728 votes
Size‎38 MB
Requires AndroidAndroid 6.0+ (Marshmallow)
Author's NotesDive into anything

About Reddit APK

Reddit APK Download for Android
Reddit APK Download for Android

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.

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 Google Play Account at confirmation of purchase. You will be charged a recurring monthly transaction through your Google Play 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 Google Play account. You can cancel anytime and there are no refunds for partial months.

Privacy Policy: https://www.redditinc.com/policies/privacy-policy
User Agreement: https://www.redditinc.com/policies/user-agreement
Content Policy: https://www.redditinc.com/policies/content-policy

Download the official Reddit app today.

Latest updates

What's new in version 2021.16.0

• Design Update: Items in a poll can go over more than one line now

How to install Reddit APK on Android phone or tablet?

Download Reddit APK file from ApkClean, then follow these steps:

Update Phone Settings

  • Go to your phone Settings page
  • Tap Security or Applications (varies with device)
  • Check the Unknown Sources box
  • Confirm with OK

Go to Downloads

  • Open Downloads on your device by going to My Files or Files
  • Tap the APK file you downloaded (com.reddit.frontpage-v2021.16.0.apk)
  • Tap Install when prompted, the APK file you downloaded will be installed on your device.

Older Versions

2021.16.0 (322111)38 MB
2021.15.0 (320763)37.9 MB
2021.14.0 (319210)37.5 MB
2021.13.0 (317628)37.4 MB
2021.12.0 (315953)36.2 MB
2021.11.0 (315500)36.1 MB
2021.10.0 (314413)36 MB
2021.9.0 (313224)35.9 MB
2021.8.0 (312024)35.9 MB
2021.7.0 (310957)35.9 MB
2021.5.0 (309636)35.4 MB
2021.4.0 (308778)40.2 MB

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User's Reivew

1 ★Maybe one day the developers will group and bundle notifications. I'm sick of this app forcing notifications to be displayed individually and cluttering my notifications. I want the post recommendations and other notifications, but just bundle them into one! Or at least stop forcing them to be set to each their own group. Also, yes, I did send this feedback to the developers already and it's been over a year!
1 ★I used to really like this app but with every update it just gets worse. Constantly crashes, slowest uploading of posts, the worst videos- you can barely see them clearly! So many others leave the same reviews but you never fix the issues. How can i see the ads so clearly but after 2 minutes of scrolling, that's all that i see? The rest is white blank space and that god awful blue smiley thing is just rediculous. Just updated this app and im not sure why because nothing ever gets fixed. Trash
4 ★Generally a fantastic app - I can chat with people very easily, and post multiple pictures, which you can't do with other apps. But. And this is a big issue for me, some GIFs and videos don't load sound, nor do they have a scrubbing bar (way to skip to a certain point or see how long is left etc). I have tested the sound with other apps and the GIFs/videos work on them but not this app.
1 ★Content on site is often good. App itself is kinda terrible. Between various features straight up not working and random crashes, they have recently added autoplay video ads under many posts, which cannot be disabled or muted unless you pay for premium. Long-time user, finding another app to use instead
3 ★This app has a few massive problems. 1) if you want to delete an account you have to go on the site. You have no means to delete it on the app. 2) you cannot edit custom feeds. Once a sub is added there is no means to remove it. It probably can be edited on the site as well. But why should I have to use the site? It's just tedious. These aren't the only problems but its crazy that these problems persist and I really hope they fix these soon.
5 ★Fun platform for discussion on interesting and thought provoking products. As well as memes. Overall reddit has helped me and other people around the world start a conservation. Providing a platform to be heard. And also learn about what you don't know c:
4 ★I would totally give this app 5 stars if they didn't make it so difficult for new users to interact on the platform. Unfortunately for many of the sub reddits they require you to have a certain amount of time in your account and even what they call "comment karma"- which is only earned through meaningful interactions on sub reddits- before they are even allowed to post anything on many of the communities. I get why, but it'd be nice if they lessened the requirements just a tad for newbies.
1 ★Reddit is great. But this app isn't well designed from a UX perspective. It's difficult to share things with your friends, the app doesn't load properly unless you have a solid Internet connection, these kind of issues. Technically, the app could be improved. But I'd really like to be able to share things with my friends as pictures or videos rather than just a URL which they won't open.
1 ★Autoplay with sound. Casual browsing has become unbearable. No matter how many times I reset the app, turn auto play off and then on, it keeps playing random videos automatically with sound. I've tried all the fixes. This will likely keep me away from reddit from now on.
2 ★Fix the notifications. When I try to open a comment, it only shows the older ones and not the one I got a notification for. When I try to "view all comments" for a post, it just opens the entire thread. Makes it almost impossible to find what you are looking for.
4 ★Pretty good, useful for tech questions and I rarely see ads. Overall fun to use and doesn't bother much. I wish there was a way to change notifications to a medium frequency as I don't want to see every post nor just 1 or 2 popular posts but an in-between.
2 ★The website it great, but the app SUCKS. I can't switch accounts, it crashes a lot, sometimes I can't check my notifications. A lot of times i have to force close the app and reopen it to get it to work.. For a website that brings in millions of dollars of revenue....... it just doesn't feel like it lol.