Reddit Apk

Reddit Apk

Latest version 2021.26.0
06 Jul 2021

Older Versions

Apk Infos

Rating4.4/5, based on 2,169,143 votes
Size‎42.3 MB
Requires AndroidAndroid 6.0+ (Marshmallow)
Author's NotesDive into anything

About Reddit APK

Reddit APK Download for Android
Reddit APK Download for Android


Reddit is the place where people come together to have the most authentic and interesting conversations on the internet—Where gaming communities, nostalgic internet forums, bloggers, meme-makers, and fandoms mingle alongside video streamers, support groups, news junkies, armchair experts, seasoned professionals, and artists and creators of all types.

With over 100,000 communities about every topic you could think of (and a few you’d probably never think of if it wasn’t for the creativity of strangers on the internet), Reddit is the place where you can dive into anything and connect with people on any topic.

A few things you’ll find on Reddit…

■ Thousands of communities
Whether you're into breaking news, sports, TV fan theories, or a never-ending stream of the internet's cutest animals, there's a community on Reddit for you.
■ Laughs, lols, and plenty of ridiculousness
Lose track of vast amounts of time as you find memes, bananas for scale, bread stapled to trees, cat videos, and more of the absurd and oddly absorbing.
■ The best discussions
The real action is always in the comments. Reddit’s discussion threads are where community members jump in to provide commentary, humor, and insight.
■ Answers to questions you’re too afraid to ask in public
Recipes, street fashion, career help, fitness plans, and more—find ideas and inspiration for whatever you want to do.
■ Live video streams, chats, and talks
Want to know what people are doing right now? Streaming videos, live chats, and live audio conversations give you a variety of ways to connect with people in the moment.
■ Crowd-sourced points of view on just about everything
Product reviewers, music critics, sports fans, or doge enthusiasts—find people that obsess and care about whatever it is you’re interested in.
■ Anonymous profiles so you can do you
On Reddit, you (not your job, number of friends, or social status) define who you are.
■ Lots and lots of cats

Reddit Premium:
Purchase Reddit Premium and enjoy an ads-free experience, 700 coins for every month you’re subscribed, and access to premium avatar gear, r/lounge, custom app icons, and more.

Payment will be charged on a recurring monthly or annual basis to your Google Play account. Your monthly or annual Premium subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel at least 24 hours before your subscription ends. Cancel anytime in your device’s Account Settings. No partial refunds.

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Download the official Reddit app today.

Latest updates

What's new in version 2021.26.0

• Just a few small things this week—In an effort to be more transparent, we’ll admit that we only put this here in case we forgot something

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-v2021.26.0.apk)
  • Tap Install when prompted, the APK file you downloaded will be installed on your device.

Older Versions

2021.26.0 (336739)42.3 MB
2021.24.0 (333951)42.5 MB
2021.23.0 (331631)42.4 MB
2021.22.0 (329696)42.2 MB
2021.21.1 (328461)40.6 MB
2021.19.0 (325762)36.9 MB
2021.18.0 (324849)38.1 MB
2021.16.0 (322111)38 MB

Questions & Answers

Q: What is an APK File?

A: Just like Windows (PC) systems use an .exe file for installing software, Android does the same. An APK file is the file format used for installing software on the Android operating system.

Q: If I install an APK from this website, will I be able to update the app from the Play Store?

A: Yes, absolutely. The Play Store installs APKs it downloads from Google's servers, and sideloading from a site like goes through a very similar process, except you're the one performing the downloading and initiating the installation (sideloading).
As soon as the Play Store finds a version of the app newer than the one you've sideloaded, it will commence an update.

Q: Why can guarantee APK 100% safe?

A: Whenever someone wants to download an APK file from, we'll check the corresponding APK file on Google Play and allow user download it directly (of course, we'll cache it on our server). If the APK file does not exist on Google Play, we'll search it in our cache.

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A: Apps require access to certain systems within your device. When you install an application, you are notified of all of the permissions required to run that application.

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User's Reivew

2 ★It WAS great until it kept recommending subreddits I wasn't a part of. On my HOME feed where it should only be my subbed communities, I keep getting "recommended" ones that I DO NOT want to see. In every 10 or so posts, 8 of them are from random subreddits. I've tried clicking and saying "not interested" on the 3 little dots, but they keep popping up and it just seems like an endless stream of subreddits I do not care about. Sure, on popular have them showing, but not on my HOME profile.
1 ★I used to love this application but it has become riddled with bugs and inconveniences after each update. Loading images and videos, no matter the connection, takes ages. Searching often results in an error message. Ads have certainly become more annoying and prevalent. Viewing videos on the application is a pain. And now I am experiencing problems saving posts?
1 ★I loved this app until the new video update. It automatically full-screens, it closes the comments and makes you start from the top if you just want to turn off the sound, and it looks like I am watching RPAN even though I'm just watching a regular posted video. I don't know who thought this was a good idea, but they should be fired.
2 ★Why is it every few months there is an update that just breaks previous functions? As many people do, I like to download and share images I find from Reddit, however sometimes I am unable to find anything I download. I have no clue why and have found this to be a persistent issue for the last year or so. Please for the love of god, if it ain't broken don't fix it.
1 ★The new update is garbage. Like every other update, they made the app more unusable. They fixed everything except the things that users actually ask for, like, for example, adding a feature to disable reddit live... Now you have to face a popup that asks, "did you enjoy that post?" when you read any post and don't upvote/downvote and don't even get me started about the new "read more" buttons on comments
2 ★I've changed to a 3rd party app because of 2 main issues which make this app stressful to use. One is intermittent lag when scrolling, where screen freezes for a short while before continuing to load posts. The 3rd party app doesn't have this issue at all. The other issue is the new video player, which restricts the visibility of comments by 50% The 3rd party app allows full screen comments, so is better suited for your users who like to read and interact with comments.
1 ★The new video player SUCKS!!!! It auto plays random unrelated videos and there's no way to swipe back without exiting and reentering. Also it doesn't even work on the video that you click on. Please revert it to how it was before, you guys really need to understand that if it ain't broke, don't fix it. I don't know why it made this change, I don't even have auto update on
1 ★I've had this app for quite a few years now on various phones. I can say without any hesitation that each update makes this app worse then before. I've put up with their idiotic changes for this long but the most recent update makes the UI so different from the typical Reddit browsing UI that I'm uninstalling it and finding a better version.
1 ★Going downhill fast. Added recommendations. "Because you've visited before" yeah, and I decided not to sub because I didn't want it in my feed, thanks for putting it there anyway. Added video ads that are essentially minimized but play volume anyway even though you (a) can't see them (b) have videos muted. Oh and the video player is trash(except for ads oddly enough). Congrats on killing one of the top 5 websites in the world 👍
2 ★Latest update made the app worse. It is a pain to check the comments on video posts as of the most recent update. It used to be intuitive to find the comment section, but now you have to find this tiny icon that's easy to misspress. When you do manage to open the comments, the video still takes up half the screen, even if you pause it. Hate it.
1 ★Please, please, PLEASE do something about the lagging. It doesn't matter whether I'm on wifi or my data plan, videos take forever to load, to the point I just get frustrated and close the app, (like I did just now). Even standard pictures take an unnecessary amount of time to load if there's more than 2-3 in a row on my feed.
2 ★I love reddit but this app is unusable for one reason and one reason only. Videos just don't load unless I'm connected to wifi. Tried reinstalling with no change. I've got a galaxy S10 so it's not like there should be huge compatibility issues, galaxy is like the most popular line of androids. The fact that in-browser reddit is always pushing the app only makes it more frustrating