10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Joel Proxima on 28/02/2014
I have the paid version and it randomly crashes constantly, as well as whenever I try to leave a comment longer than 10 characters. Very annoying.
by Josh Dobbins on 28/02/2014
I used to use Bacon Reader but it wasn't as smooth and intuitive as Reddit News.
by Farzad Abasi on 27/02/2014
Was the best reddit app for android so I bought the full version. A few updates ago some features are broken like double tap to zoom images
by Matthew Lucas on 27/02/2014
I have the paid versions of Reddit is Fun, Baconreader, and Reddit Sync. None of them come even close to Reddit News.
by Greg Brown on 26/02/2014
by Ryan Scott on 26/02/2014
I use it every day. It's exactly what every reddit user needs.
by DanXDistant on 26/02/2014
I've been using this app for quite a long time now and it is definitely the best one there is for browsing Reddit. Just try the free version and you'll never regret it.
by Ben Stokes on 25/02/2014
Great app, but it has suddenly started force quitting after a few seconds. Tried clearing the cache and logging out. No luck.
by Jason Shipps on 25/02/2014
Simple and intuitive, what more could you ask for?
by Muhammad Azfar Saleem on 25/02/2014
by Samuel Larson on 24/02/2014
I used to have this as a 5/5, but for the past month or so I've had too much trouble getting comments to load. I'll come back if it works again, but I'm gonna switch to reddit sync for now.
by Cole Bennetts on 24/02/2014
Hey guys, if you're not aware, comments aren't loading on a regular basis. Fix this and it's a 10/5... Seriously, This is a major problem.
by Bryan Parshall on 23/02/2014
Still the best reddit app out there.
by Oisin Dorgan on 22/02/2014
My most used app, absolutely love it. Can I say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for the new feature that copies text to the clipboard if a comment fails. This has saved my ass on more than occasion! Also, live the different themes available, the black the
by Christopher Grasso on 22/02/2014
Nice interface great feature set.