How many of you use Reddit? It’s not one of those social networks like Google+, Twitter or Facebook. So Android Headlines doesn’t have much of a presence on there. But it’s still a great site and we’ve worked through the entire Play Store to find 10 great Reddit apps that you’re going to love. Just like with all of our other top tens we are going to countdown from #10 all the way to #1. If you disagree with out list, feel free to leave a comment down below. Let’s get this thing started.
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10. Reddit Classic
This is a fairly not-so-popular Reddit app. But it’s still a good one. It lets you do just about everything you could want a Reddit app to do. Including keeping up to date with everything in your favorite subreddits like /r/android or /r/Nexus4.
9. Reddit for Dashclock
Coming in at number nine is Reddit for Dashclock. It’s a very simple, yet small app. It basically is a plugin for one of our favorite lock-screen widgets, Dashclock. You can see how many messages and comments you have straight from your lock screen. Which is always fairly helpful and convenient.
8. Reddit Flow (Pre Alpha)
Here’s a pre-alpha version of a Reddit app. Reddit Flow allows you to login, vote, comment and save. It also has YouTube support, an image viewer, easy voting, along with a fast user friendly interface. Remember this is an alpha, so it’s not even in beta yet so there will be bugs. But you’ll still love it.
7. Redditastic – Reddit Widget
Need a widget for Reddit? Here’s Redditastic for you. It loads posts in many popular reddit apps like bacon reder, diode, reddionic, reddita, and reddit is fun. You can also customize each widget, login to reddit to see your front page and so much more. It’s free in the Play store right now.
6. Reddit Now (Beta)
Reddit Now uses a sort of holo-themed interface and has plenty of features including gesture based interface, ability to vote, comment, save hide, and share posts, subscribe and unsubscribe from subreddits, and save images for offline viewing. It’s also designed for phones and tablets. It is beta, so be careful with it.
5. Reddit in Pictures
This app basically does what the name says. It streams pictures from Reddit to your phone. You can browse any subreddit, swipe between images, new images are loaded automagically, view animated gifs, pinch-to-zoom on any image and so much more. This one is also free in the Play Store.
4. Reddit Sync
Here’s a cleanish, Holo-interface Reddit app for you to check out. It comes in both free and paid versions and can also download and sync image posts for offline use. Reddit Sync also has light/night themes and inline image previews, just to name a few features.
3. Reddit News
This is said to be one of the best Reddit apps out there. But it does feature some great features like pre-fetching of images for quick viewing right from the stories list. Stories and comments load at the same time, switch between the two by sliding up and down the voting bar. You can view profiles and much more.
This is my personal favorite Reddit app. It’s made by the folks behind Tweetcaster and has a very nice looking interface that is designed for both phones and tablets. There is a free version with ads and a paid version without. It also brings Jelly Bean compatibility with expandable notifications, complete tutorial guide to reddit, Full screen mode, holo-theme, and so much more.
1. Reddit is Fun
This is our number one pick, and it has a ton of great features for you to love, for free we might add. It uses the light holo-theme and is designed for tablets, along with having its own widget built-in. It also has cross-device history sync which is a huge feature for those of us with many different devices.