Rapid Reddit

Rapid Reddit


(3 stars)


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A user friendly reddit app, designed to be fast, easy to use and nice to look at.

Designed with modern Android in mind, Rapid Reddit is designed to operate on both phones and tablets.

Rapid Reddit synchronises with your Reddit profile, allowing you to manage your Inbox, add or remove subscribed subreddits, and to discover new subreddits via the Discover! screen.

Other features include Themes (Day and Night), multiple accounts (with account switcher), an in-built web browser, support for imgur links, PDF files, GIF files and lots of advanced features.

Advanced features include:
- Swiping posts to hide
- Filtering posts by min score
- Optionally swipe between subreddits
- Optional transparent UI (shows your wallpaper)
- Tap a comment's title to show the option button

Recently changed in this version

- Fix crash caused by missing WAKE_LOCK permission (added)
- Fix crash when rotating playing videos
- Fix colour of share link when using a dark theme
- Make the subreddit sidebar optional in preferences

- Add gridview option for tablets
- Fix some image loading bugs
- Fix menu option bugs
- Remove Discover! feature due to funding issues.

Comments and ratings for Rapid Reddit
  • (48 stars)

    by Pookage Hayes on 11/05/2014

    It's usable and has a bunch of neat features...Just not all of them work. Give it a try, but there's probably better apps out there.

  • (48 stars)

    by Erin Nicole on 02/04/2014


  • (48 stars)

    by Philip Whelan on 15/03/2014

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    by Shawn Hebert on 08/03/2014

    The app rarely loads any content, I find myself just staring at a loading icon on all subreddits. Have tried reinstalling, clearing cache, etc. and nothing works. Note 3 4.4.2

  • (48 stars)

    by ben McCreadie III on 14/02/2014

    Everything works perfectly I finally found an app that let's me swipe to hide. I just have one feature request, being able to swipe from the images back to the front page view. That's just something I got used to on reddit news. Otherwise it works smoothly and will probably be my new main reddit app

  • (48 stars)

    by Alexander Dimberg on 18/01/2014

    Looks good and works well. Too many default subreddits, imo.

  • (48 stars)

    by Trey G on 04/01/2014

    Lack of night mode, lack of knowing which are already read.. It just seems like it's missing a lot of standard features

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