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8 Invaluable Free Android Reddit Tools

8 Invaluable Free Android Reddit Tools

Reddit is a popular content sharing platform where registered users submit content to the site in the form of links. The links typically point to news and blog articles, videos and pictures. Users have the ability to vote on these submissions, with the collective votes determining what content is considered good and what is regarded as junk. This voting mechanism enables submissions to be ranked on reddit's various pages. As such, this social news site is an ideal place to find the latest news on a wide spectrum of subjects, and to share what interests you with others. Reddit receives in excess of 1 billion pageviews per month, which is testament to the power of social news websites.

To help members find news that is interesting to them, reddit has created various subreddits, each of which represents a community with a specific interest or goal. This helps to ensure that the content is well organised and quick to find.

There are a number of applications available on Google Play (the digital multimedia content service from Google) which make use of the Reddit API to provide Android client interfaces to the reddit website. Whilst some members will be happy to browse, read, and participate in Reddit via their web browser, client interfaces offer a more enjoyable way to access the 'front page of the internet'.

To provide an insight into the quality of software that is available, we have compiled a list of 8 invaluable Reddit tools. Hopefully, there will be something of interest for anyone interested in making full use of this social news site.

Now, let's explore the 8 reddit tools at hand. For each title we have compiled its own portal page, a full description with an in-depth analysis of its features, a screenshot of the software in action, together with links to relevant resources and reviews. Each tool has been allocated a rating out of 10. We are particularly fond of BaconReader and reddit is fun, but all of the software featured in this article is worth downloading.

Reddit Tools
BaconReader Intuitive, slick, feature-packed client for reddit
reddit is fun Open source reddit client
Reddit News Free Full featured reddit browser fully optimised for touch screens
Pix-o-Reddit Explore, view and share pictures
Redditmag Free Browse reddit visually
Reddita Free Slick reddit client designed for tablets
Reddit Sync Sync your favorite subreddits for later offline viewing
Reddionic Billed as the brand new reddit app

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