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BaconReader

BaconReader

BaconReader is an intuitive, slick, feature-packed client for reddit, made specifically for Android users.

This application sports an exceptionally clean interface that is well polished and thought out.

baconreader in action

There is a paid app that removes the advertisements.

Features:

  • Intuitive interface
  • Jump to subreddits without going to a new screen
  • Search for new subreddits based on name or keyword and subscribe to them
  • Full user profiles with karma, trophies, and more
  • Share directly from photos, web sites and more
  • Color-coded comment threads
  • Keyword and domain filtering
  • Subreddit management
  • Fully featured inbox
  • Rageface and look of disapproval support
  • Filter by: What's hot, new, rising, top, controversial, and saved
  • Theme support: turn the 'lights' off
  • Domain blacklist
  • Keyword blacklist
  • Hide posts after they have been read
  • Notifications: Notify on new messages, notify on post & comment replies, blink LED, vibrate, ringtone
  • Supplied with a widget
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Verdict:

BaconReader is a light, attractive application that organizes content exceptionally well. It is the app's interface that makes it stand out from the crowd. BaconReader offers a much enhanced experience than browsing the reddit.com website directly. Unfortunately, the ad bar detracts from the clean interface, and is naturally more intrusive on Android devices with smaller screens.

9/10

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