10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Tim Sæterøy on 12/03/2014
I've used this for a couple of months and it has worked really well. With the last update or something however it keeps on crashing really easily, for example when trying to view a YouTube video, or opening it after not using it for a while. Other than th
by Matthew Turner on 12/03/2014
Love the app!
by Taylor Dickey on 11/03/2014
Just shuts down sometimes, have no clue why. I'll be browsing, will get a text, switch to take care of that, and in the meantime this decides to close.
by Jean-Samuel Garant on 10/03/2014
Best reddit client for Android.
by Chris Bennion on 10/03/2014
Reddit Sync is, by far, the best reddit experience on Android. The interface is very clean and sleek. Underneath the elegant UI Reddit Sync is the most feature rich reddit app I have had the pleasure of using. Sync content for offline reading, mutli-re
by Jake Schmitz on 09/03/2014
Great app with a clean google-card like interface.
by Cameron Bird on 08/03/2014
Out of all the Reddit apps this has to come out on top. Clean card system with great previews just makes browsing easy and enjoyable. Filled with all the features I've needed, including internal support for almost all media and sites i.e. imgur
by Mark Towns on 08/03/2014
Crashes after every launch. I have reported dozens of crashes. Uninstalling. S4 tmo
by Caz Barrow on 05/03/2014
Can't post any topics if it has captcha. Can't delete posts as well. Do like how it looks and how it displays topics. Wish it had some confirmation before it excited, it back went to homepage.
by Robert Debergh on 05/03/2014
I've tried the other popular reddit apps for lengthy periods of time and there were small details that bothered me about their functionality. I tried reddit sync in its earlier stages and was originally unsatisfied. Reddit sync has come a long way since t
by Jesus Estrada on 04/03/2014
The app force closes when I upvote a post, but only the "first time." When I open the app again it works fine.
by Daniel BK on 03/03/2014
I like this app but I can open imgur things on it unless I use the browser. Is there a fix for it?
by Zack Wyld on 02/03/2014
Often times when I click on a link that I haven't previously viewed yet, it will open it but then when I back out of it, it will bring up a loading screen that will never go away like it's trying to load the app again but it never does. This only happens
by Mohammed Al-Sherif on 02/03/2014
I've been looking for such an app. You can preview all the posts, unlike most of reddit apps. It's also fast and has a night mode.
by Ryan L on 01/03/2014
Great Reddit browser. Best one I've found.