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Reddit Review Breakdowns

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Media Type Video
First Seen 86 days ago
Last Seen 3 days ago
Creative Count 98

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Dec, 2021


Dec, 2021



Reddit is the place where people come together to have the most authentic and interesting conversations on the internet—Where gaming communities, nostalgic internet forums, bloggers, meme-makers, and fandoms mingle alongside video streamers, support groups, news junkies, armchair experts, seasoned professionals, and artists and creators of all types. With over 100,000 communities about every topic you could think of (and a few you’d probably never think of if it wasn’t for the creativity of strangers on the internet), Reddit is the place where you can dive into anything and connect with people on any topic. A few things you’ll find on Reddit… ■ Thousands of communities Whether you're into breaking news, sports, TV fan theories, or a never-ending stream of the internet's cutest animals, there's a community on Reddit for you. ■ Laughs, lols, and plenty of ridiculousness Lose track of vast amounts of time as you find memes, bananas for scale, bread stapled to trees, cat videos, and more of the absurd and oddly absorbing. ■ The best discussions The real action is always in the comments. Reddit’s discussion threads are where community members jump in to provide commentary, humor, and insight. ■ Answers to questions you’re too afraid to ask in public Recipes, street fashion, career help, fitness plans, and more—find ideas and inspiration for whatever you want to do. ■ Live video streams, chats, and talks Want to know what people are doing right now? Streaming videos, live chats, and live audio conversations give you a variety of ways to connect with people in the moment. ■ Crowd-sourced points of view on just about everything Product reviewers, music critics, sports fans, or doge enthusiasts—find people that obsess and care about whatever it is you’re interested in. ■ Anonymous profiles so you can do you On Reddit, you (not your job, number of friends, or social status) define who you are. ■ Lots and lots of cats Reddit Premium: Purchase Reddit Premium and enjoy an ads-free experience, 700 coins for every month you’re subscribed, and access to premium avatar gear, r/lounge, custom app icons, and more. Payment will be charged on a recurring monthly or annual basis to your Apple ID account. Your monthly or annual Premium subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel at least 24 hours before your subscription ends. Cancel anytime in your device’s Account Settings. No partial refunds. Privacy Policy: User Agreement: Content Policy: Download the official Reddit app today.

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I deleted Reddit. It provides nothing of value.
TheNumber_Tw3lv3 on 2022-01-28
I deleted Reddit for the simple fact you’re not allowed to express your opinion about anything that runs even slightly contrary to what the power-obsessed moderators want to perpetuate. Someone told me they “despise me” (although they’ve never met me) and I should be put “into a wood chipper” but I was banned from that particular sub for saying they were being hateful for no reason and wouldn’t have the spine to say that kind of nonsense to my face (which I know they wouldn’t, I’m 100% confident in that statement). If you make any of these keyboard-warriors uncomfortable even a bit you’re done. This is the worst place to be if you want to have an actual conversation. Reddit doesn’t allow any discourse whatsoever and will even support people who tell you in plain English they hope you to die in a violent manner. It is a shame they support this behavior by encouraging people to act this way toward complete strangers. This is why mental illness is unfortunately at a fever pitch in our country.
Stop forcing your app on me
Zoidberg MD on 2022-01-28
No company has remotely tried to push there app on me like Reddit does. While it was annoying at first, it’s down right intolerable now. They act like they care, but it all comes down to money. Makes sense since they’re a business, but this is pure greed. If they had a true competitor I’d drop reddit in a heartbeat. Horrendous company, I hope they go under. Update: you changed the problem, and made it just as bad. Update: again you made it even worse. Now I have to click even more to just read some content. And now through google searches, it doesn’t let me bypass the pop up. It tells me open in app or continue with chrome. I can’t click on chrome or dismiss the pop up. Than again I don’t know why I’m surprised. Please go bankrupt…greedy terrible site just keeps getting worse, please let there be an alternative to this garbage site
Someone’s mommy paid off a programming teacher
Emp Nu on 2022-01-28
I wouldn’t even be leaving this if I could view Reddit on a web browser, but since the app designer is so insecure about showing their work is worth it that they force use of the App: The color scheme is painful. Changing the font to something that isn’t migraine inducing shouldn’t be as hard as it is. Trying to do much on the top or bottom bar is almost impossible sue to the Jacky programmer not knowing how to design a layout that fits the parameters of the intended platform. Constantly hangs and requires I close and reopen the app. Since epic sued to bring down the amazing wall on the App Store garden I hope Apple starts banning bad actors with anti consumer choice standpoints off of IPhone and Mac app stores. It would set a good precedent for other providers, like Android and the play store.
Useless updates
Mpgow1234 on 2022-01-28
It seems reddit’s developers have been removing features to make the app appear more “minimal.” They’ve made it harder to follow new subreddits by removing the small + icon next to them in the search list, they’ve moved the popular and news tabs to the top left window instead when it was much easier and comfortable to just swipe left and right to swap, and they’ve taken away the letter sorting when going through your followed subreddits (and they haven’t even taken the extra space to make it possible to use the scroll bar, they just leave a quarter of the screen used up with the home page). I would love if they’d just let the users do exactly what we’ve wanted to do. Use the app to see the content we love, not that we expect much from the already untrustworthy and ignorant team up there.
Email notifications turned themselves back on
vbccbcbdbdbd on 2022-01-28
There’s nothing more irritating than taking the time to manually adjust every single notification the way I want it to, just for the app to suddenly undo the settings. I noticed an email notification after I remember turning them all off weeks ago. I opened the app settings and ALL of them were turned back on! It’s like Reddit purposely makes changes to make their users hate the official app more and more. I’d also love to see less “recommended” posts in my feed, & none of this live stream crap I never asked to view. People have been complaining about how bad the official app is and the overall declining quality of the website for a long time now. I cannot wait for the day a decent website takes away most of Reddit’s traffic and Reddit becomes irrelevant.
What happened to crossposting on user profiles?
MushroomHedgehog on 2022-01-28
The app runs great and is ideal for fans of specific subjects who don’t always have the time to log in on a computer. But several updates ago, the option to crosspost to my user profile has been disabled, and I haven’t seen a solution to it. I figured it would help if I typed my username in the search bar of the menu that shows up when I select the option to crosspost content. But I get no results. It seems I’m only able to crosspost to other subreddits. I’ve had no luck with guides on how the feature may have changed in past updates, but it’s frustrating having nothing posted to my own profile, especially when it’s a post I want to keep a note of, since my bookmarked posts are way more stuffed.
New video player is absolutely awful
kyliecoots on 2022-01-28
I’ve always preferred native Reddit, but I’m finally switching to Apollo now. I don’t want to watch videos like it’s TikTok, and I’m not a TikTok user. You have a very difference user base. Their video player makes sense for their platform, not Reddit. We’re on Reddit for the comments a whole lot more, but accessing comments on a video is infuriating now. I don’t want to have to maximize the whole video just to replay it, and I’m furious that the video loops in the comments and I have to manually turn that off and then swipe up for the fully-sized comment section. Are you even paying attention to your user base? Half of Reddit’s thing is crapping on TikTok. Just, be better, Reddit. Be better.
The Front Page Of The Internet
theprogrammer21 on 2022-01-28
Just when you think Reddit doesn’t have it, dig deeper! They always do. The communities are amazingly dedicated to keeping up with their respective topics. I would rather have Reddit than a newspaper. Also - and this is just a personal story but I’m sure many people have experienced like circumstances - I had been searching for the perfect online programming courses, and was just swinging and missing. Within 3 days of having Reddit reinstalled (new phone), a 30-week course literally fell into my lap. That’s just the way this place works. Thanks for the endless fun and education, Reddit.
Awful UI change
tmac241244 on 2022-01-28
Insufferable and annoying community. Some subreddits can be pretty good for very specific hobbies/games/topics. Recent UI change is AWFUL. The stuff you want to visit is tucked away in a corner behind multiple buttons and the majority of the bottom bar is filled with buttons leading to stuff no one wants, but that Reddit wants to shove down your throat. When you save images from the app it pastes a Reddit label on the bottom, labeling you as a loser if you send it to anyone unless you manually crop it off.
Echo chamber
Shaun.kellison on 2022-01-28
The website encourages people to go to posts and down vote them to the point where they aren’t shown on the website anymore. This leads bad political actors, foreign nations and numerous propaganda pushers within our society to use this website as a way to manipulate the minority. One of the most ridiculous pro censorship garbage platforms to ever exist on the Internet. The fact that teens have access to this and use it in such large numbers should be terrifying to the rest of the world

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