Android/iPhone: Regardless of whether you love or hate Reddit, it's always been a bit odd that the site didn't have an official app. Now, it does. The official app basically cleans up the mobile interface and makes Reddit much more useable from your phone. The app, which was built at least partially by the team behind the popular third-party app, Alien Blue, looks pretty good and provides all the usability you'd expect. You can upvote, downvote, browse varies communities and it even has a night theme for those late night Reddit sessions. Of course, a ton of other Reddit apps still exist, so if the official client doesn't float your boat, you still have plenty of other options.
Reddit's Official App For Android And iPhone Makes Browsing Reddit Less Cumbersome
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