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Reddit Review Breakdowns

Ad Intelligence on 4 Networks

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Network Facebook
Media Type Video
First Seen 37 days ago
Last Seen 4 days ago
Creative Count 130

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reddit 2
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4chan 5


Aug, 2021


Aug, 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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Risks for Adolescents
Ericat1006430 on 2021-09-19
I would rate the Reddit app 3 out of 5 stars. The benefits for adolescents using the app are multifaceted. In regard to subreddits focused on mental health, such as r/Anxiety or r/Depression, communities function similarly to peer-support groups. Users post questions about disorders and share personal accounts of their experiences with mental health. These online communities have potential to provide users with several of Yalom’s therapeutic factors. Users can experience the installation of hope, through reading success stories, and universality, through witnessing the multitude of other individuals who experience similar symptoms (Toseland & Rivas, 2017). Reading other experiences can also aid in the emotional development of adolescents. Teens can struggle with naming their experiences and connecting emotions to actions (Laser & Nicotera, 2021). Mental health subreddits can expose teens to a wider vocabulary and give them language to describe their situations. Self-awareness is also developing during adolescence and involves several components, like self-management, empathy, and relational-management (Laser & Nicotera, 2021). Teens can expand their self-awareness through posting about their experience, receiving feedback, and responding to it. Another potential benefit of Reddit for teens involves racial identity development. During adolescence, teens of color may move through the five stages of racial identity development: conformity, dissonance, immersion–emersion, internalization, and integrative awareness (Laser & Nicotera, 2021). Reddit provides a space for engaging with other teens of color and trying out the five stages of development. Some subreddits that are specifically racial affinity groups include r/Hapas, for multiracial Asian individuals, and r/BlackLadies, for black women. For teens of color living in rural communities or attending predominantly white schools, racially oriented subreddits can provide a meaningful community and avenue for racial identity development. However, these benefits of Reddit come with a significant disadvantage: exposure to age-inappropriate material. As previously stated, Reddit does not effectively protect younger teens from content that is sexually explicit, violent, or related to drugs and alcohol. This content can be harmful by promoting risk-taking behaviors. A teen may view a dangerous stunt or a sexually explicit video and feel encouraged to replicate their behaviors. Middle adolescence, which ranges from ages 14 to 18, is a particularly vulnerable time, because teens are highly attracted to the rewards of risky choices, feel invincible, and lack self-control (Steinberg, 2014). Teens are also undergoing a time of social development, in which they are motivated to gain popularity and define themselves in their peer groups (Laser & Nicotera, 2021). Teens could use Reddit to get ideas for risky behaviors, engage in those actions, post about it, and then reap social rewards. These dangers and disadvantages outweigh the potential benefits, resulting in a rating of 3 out of 5 stars.
Why does it STILL randomly skip to the top!?
84738488484 on 2021-09-19
I have been using this app every day for many years and I think it's a terrible user experience. It's so confusing to use even after using it as much as I do. The video player is insanely complicated. If I want to just mute the video, or see the comments it takes so many 'clicks'. First it makes the video fullscreen, then to get to the comments it takes me back to the feed, then I have to click on the comments again and if I'm lucky it works but the video is still playing and I have to swipe up? It's like trying to be tiktok, Instagram, YouTube, and Reddit all at the same time. You can't be every app so just pick one. It's frustrating. And please explain to me what I'm pressing to make it jump to the top of the feed all the time? I never want that! When scrolling Reddit almost the entire point is to continue down the rabbit hole to see more posts. Maybe if the algorithm refreshed the top posts more often I would want this feature, but that's not the case. What really shows that this is a terrible user experience is that I tried to press around on the screen to intentionality get that behavior and was unable to figure it out! All in all I think some UX studies would do y'all some good.
For and not for softies
Aalexisnewtonn on 2021-09-19
I was able to finally free myself from some sorts of social media here. I’m not commenting as me and I’m not comparing myself to someone that I would have seen on another platform. It’s anonymous which is great. Making sure you “stay in your lane” as in keeping within the type of subreddits that really intrigue you is what everyone should start with. Don’t explore random things.. find a community here that you are super into. ExampleX I just started my first outdoor garden and there’s r/gardening or r/homestead if I wanted to look for some others doing what I’m doing. It’s really cool once you do find a community that fits your hobby whatever it may be. However there are areas of this platform that spew endless negativity but goodluck finding a platform that doesn’t.. I mean last I heard neopets was done for. Luckily I’ve found some super cool tips from countless subs that have helped in my own real life. Stay away from hate and get into what you’ve always liked!
love it and hate it.
AppreciativeCustomer231 on 2021-09-19
i delete this app every day. i redownload it for the science communities, r/AMA, r/summonerswar (fav video game), and all things political or uhhh… NSFW ;). if the devs see this, please work on content filters to prohibit very profane expletives and racial slurs as these have made me have IRL breakdowns recently and i was hospitalized for three weeks and got out yesterday (9/16/2021) for the manic episodes i have in combination with the anxiety that is compounded by social media. of all my social media, reddit and twitter are the most toxic, but not at the fault of the devs or moderators. in fact, reddit > all as far as timeliness in correcting such issues, and a moderator gave me grace and mercy last month when i went off on someone for calling me a racial slur. we all have bad days; reddit is here to make them good days. peace and love and fung shue every one :D
Reddit - The Virtual Home
NiggaTheHedgehog on 2021-09-19
If I'm being completely honest, I heard about reddit for years thinking that it was simply a platform for all sorts of degenerative behavior, and it certainly can be. I fortunately have found many sides of Reddit that have appealed to me in so many ways. I have the ability to share my past and current experiences anonymously, find useful information about products that I may be using, and read the posts of others that have gone through hardships similar to those that I have endured. The app is great, easy to use, and provides entertainment/knowledge throughout every crevice of the application. I honestly do not use the app very often, but when I do, I am surely satisfied with the content that I personally sought out for.
Just reminding you why you’re mediocre
Pompom Pomona on 2021-09-19
I think you should have a talk with AT&T because they are making SURE your users that have their service are unable to use this app. Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable Video Unavailable
Tightly knit communities, & innovative ideas.
Bezelboy on 2021-09-19
Side note: The Majority of negative views on this app are all revolving around political stuff, so I would discard any of those to be quite honest because it’s mainly just psychopaths & angry mothers. Besides that though, this app is fantastic for the majority of every day questions and tasks, although some of the UI does have its issues occasionally, it is easy to adjust, once you get the hang of it. The biggest thing for me is the freedom of creating your own side of the Internet, hosting & creating what you like. I hope to see Reddit continue to develop in the future. 👍
Problems since latest update!
JerseyBabe1976 on 2021-09-19
Hi! This app WAS great with absolutely NO issues whatsoever UNTIL the latest update! Now, every time I post something, I can’t see my comment, I’m getting notified a day after things are posted AND the app is constantly force closing on me. I even had a reward to give out, but it expired due to these issues. - Can you please forward these complaints to your development team, or whomever needs to correct these problems? I'd appreciate it very much! Thank you in advance! (Once fixed, I will be back to adjust the stars) ⭐️
Unbearably liberal at times
terydawg on 2021-09-19
I know not all libs are radical left and that Not all conservatives are alt right. Don’t tell Reddit that. Enjoy in anonymity, they will hate you thinking against the herd. They will downvote all karma. Sheep are in control. The wards control the asylum. I think Reddit is a contest to out woke each other, anonymously, through the internet. Otherwise: Pros:a very functional app with nice features. Cons: political censorship You’re a publisher not a platform Reddit. That’s why I give you 1 star.
Open in reddit functionality broken
Fdyinvd on 2021-09-19
Only writing this because i am trying to find reddit posts that reddit app itself will not show me so i look it up on safari, get blinded because no dark mode, squint like a blind old man as i tap the “open in reddit” button on the pop up that i’m forced to address instead of just reading the post, and then finally just as i expect my trials to come to an end, it brings me to the app store instead of opening reddit Tl:dr - fix the open in reddit button or i will cry

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