Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, you’ve heard of reddit – a social news site that thrives on user generated content and conversations. “redditors” submit links, images or simply text messages on subsets of the site called sub-reddits, and earn points based on how many up or down votes the story gets. The conversations on reddit are probably some of the best on the web and are the reason the site has millions of users completely hooked.
Although reddit clients were a little slow coming to Android – I struggled to find a few good ones just last year – the scenario is quite the opposite now and one is spoilt for choice when it comes to getting the reddit dose on an Android phone or tablet. Here’s my list of some of the best reddit clients on Android, and although all of these apps are free and mostly ad-supported, I’ve included links to their pro versions whenever available.
2016 Top 5 Business Apps
- Here are our pick of the top #HR apps to successfully manage new #overtime rules https://t.co/jtkx3Af5Dn #HRTech https://t.co/B59gPmP8sF
3 hours ago
- The #PerformanceReview is flawed according to #Millennials https://t.co/vme1tEPEwC #HRTech https://t.co/8HRyCv8q7m
21 hours ago
- Does you #PerformanceReview process match the needs of #Millennials? Probably not! https://t.co/z6BFpMDscR
1 day ago
- What do the new #OvertimeRules really mean? https://t.co/5l26Ic3cHO https://t.co/qBbygbuItc
2 days ago