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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.

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- 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

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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.

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  • 2020.40.0
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • October 22, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • a212d6c4e04b5996c5ac118cb5014bc9
  • • Bug Fix: Keyboard learning will automatically be turned off when you’re Anonymous Browsing
    • Bug Fix: Community coin balances will update properly after giving awards now
    • Bug Fix: The list of communities you’ve joined will stay collapsed after you refresh it
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  • 2020.39.0
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • October 16, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • 2c2c13e016207c7413fa4d336b1d07d8
  • • It's time to change our logo back. It's changing, but we're not forgetting why we changed it. The fight for freedom, liberation, and social justice goes on. We honor the memory of George Floyd and the importance of Black Lives Matter. Learn more at and make sure you're registered to vote at
    • Bug Fix: While creating a post, the ordering of photos in the photo picker makes more sense now
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  • 2020.38.0
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • October 10, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • 9ba1fa3ad0ad6f77b82c51af99aaafd6
  • Bug Fix: If a third-party app is using the Reddit account namespace that the official app needs to work properly, we’ll let you know how to fix the interference
    Bug Fix: Links and shortcuts to Custom Feeds work again
    Bug Fix: After signing up, you’ll be prompted to set up your account (aka, onboarding works again)
    Bug Fix: Coin balances will display correctly again
    Bug Fix: You can see the price of all awards (even those with long names) now
    Bug Fix: You can swipe down to dismiss toasts again
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  • 2020.37.0
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • October 1, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • cb92205f98cd735ce289343cd0dc2885
  • • Bug Fix: The app won’t crash if you close it during a session change
    • Bug Fix: Screen readers won’t repeat the names of the bottom navigation anymore. (Now it will just say “Inbox” instead of "Inbox Inbox")
    • Bug Fix: While Anonymous Browsing, the app won’t close when you tap on a Learn More link and then decide to go back anymore
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  • 2020.36.0
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • September 29, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • 9cbe337081be93162bbdf844e9c535f4
  • • Design Update: Removed an unnecessary overlay on the navigation bar for Android 10 and 11
    • Bug Fix: You can receive messages while using RPAN again
    • Bug Fix: Tall videos are cropped on post pages so that there’s enough room for comments again
    • Bug Fix: The app won’t crash while viewing video comments anymore
    • Bug Fix: A coins sale message won’t unexpectedly interrupt you while you’re claiming a free award anymore
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  • 2020.35.0
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • September 18, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • 0e7ff2293c000b1537f3bc3b0b5a328f
  • • Security Update: If you receive a link to reset your Reddit password, you’ll be prompted to open it using the official Reddit app instead of any third-party app you may be using. An important reminder: Avoid opening links from Reddit and with third-party apps, and never open a password reset or authentication link with an app you don’t know or trust. Opening these links with a third-party app allows the app developer to intercept the link and take over your account
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  • 2020.34.0
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • September 12, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • c8c24396e4017abfdd37f362942a5aee
  • • Bug Fix: You can open a crossposted video in fullscreen and it will display in the app again rather than opening a browser
    • Minor fixes and improvements—In an effort to be more transparent, we’ll admit that we only put this here in case we forgot something
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  • 2020.33.1
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • September 5, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • 734bd4a1b9e458496851a62c645b6df0
  • • Bug Fix: Comments sections should properly load on Promoted Posts within subreddits
    Previously in 2020.33.0
    • Design Update: There’s a new loading animation for RPAN. (No more static!)
    • Design Update: Awards look better in Dark Mode now
    • Design Update: Reporting from RPAN looks different now
    • (Rare) Bug Fix: You can view video posts without crashing the app now
    • Bug Fix: You can view awards while logged out now
    • Bug Fix: You can award RPAN broadcasts without crashing now
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  • 2020.33.0
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • September 3, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • be8bffabe8a66cde2cbb04287c0b80a3
  • • Design Update: There’s a new loading animation for RPAN. (No more static!)
    • Design Update: Awards look better in Dark Mode now
    • Design Update: Reporting from RPAN looks different now
    • (Rare) Bug Fix: You can view video posts without crashing the app now
    • Bug Fix: You can view awards while logged out now
    • Bug Fix: You can award RPAN broadcasts without crashing now
    • Bug Fix: You can see the End and Cancel buttons while reporting RPAN broadcasts on smaller devices
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  • 2020.32.0
  • Android 6.x - Marshmallow (SDK: 23)
  • August 27, 2020
  • 8BCA1DDA8B2418E5300FC91AC43BBF211290792E
  • f44cd22c0823e0680214b388b4d3371a
  • • Design Update: While signing up, we added more information to help you understand why a username may not be accepted
    • (Rare) Bug Fix: People can use RPAN chat without crashing the app now
    • Bug Fix: You can share a post from the Reddit app to the Reddit app without crashing now
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10 recent comments of Reddit APK

Misha Falk

Only thing: would like to be able to pin a specific sub as home page.

Ryan McWiggles

The new update has introduced more problems. Now, randomly, some photos and videos refuse to load and I have to restart the app to get them to work. They're was nothing wrong with the previous version (the tap image to back out version), please change it back!

Vap3 K1d

I've used this app for a year now and I have to say that it works very well. The U.I. is user friendly, and I love the way that links preview images, videos and gifs before clicking on them, if you want to, allowing you to easily see content without having to click and tap your way through link after link, dragging you away from the main app. Some links are not like this, but not many. The only thing I do not like is the way they handled profiles, I don't like the layout and it feels cluttered to me.

Rob Dixon

So I was just in your future Sat 12,25,2049 checkin out my new SammyG 22 I got for HoliDay from my wife. Well right there on the package pod was a pic of my dad using a phone from this time, on this old but very cool version of the reddit app. It's pretty easy to use on this ancient cellular device my dad said I would never get to play with cos I tried to stick a PB&J sandwich in his PS4 so I could see it on tv. Well jokes on him cos 5yo me may not be able to, but 38yo time travelling me, can. So FU Dad.

Ali Kalantar

On android it wont let me save pics to my camera roll. I gotta take a screenshot. Maybe im just simple minded though. Also you cant make flairs on the mobile app. Besides that the app is better than the desktop version in every way.


Lg 4, if I scroll about 15 posts down gifs will not load/play and if I keep scrolling my phone will freeze. This is the only app that does anything like this and I have no problems when using my browser to access Reddit

Frank Hill

Copies the desktop version, changing the font and available pictures of course to make for an easy read experience. Just about every image on here is ported to imgur, so be ready for a lot of redirects. Besides that it makes Reddit New user friendly. Which is both good and bad. Don't want another tumblr running a muk to the ages with nothing but guys duking it out in a romantic manner.

Has problems loading gifs after a while and have to reload the app to return to normal usage. Can't add flair to posts. Position of things feel swapped compared to desktop (Eg. votes are on right whereas desktop the votes are on left). Basically, it doesn't feel consistent compared to desktop.


Nothing much to say about the app itself, it's interface is easy to navigate and nothing is confusing. The only thing that I don't like is the fact that you can't save images directly from the app itself, you have to open the site in a browser to do so. That gets annoying, hopefully that gets patched in soon.

Alexandra Ramsey

Seriously, reddit has and knows everything. Where to find the best streams, how to play PokemonGo, why is team Mystic the best, current global events, coding in c# and unity tutorials... Etc. Why use an app instead of a browser? Ask reddit! (JK, if you like reddit but your mobile browser quits frequently while browsing- this is your solution.)

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