Reddit is a famous discussion website with a whole lot of users, it’s almost surprising if you haven’t heard of it before. And if you have, you probably also know that their app isn’t that good. Luckily, there are a lot of apps that you can use instead of the official Reddit app to get the best experience.
Today we’re going to talk about the app Ready for Reddit, which is an unreleased app on the Play Store. Ready is made by Gary Wong, who has also made Cinnamon, a material grocery shopping list app.
Some of Ready’s features include viewing top comments and videos right in your feed, many themes, many layouts, filtered content, preloading videos in the background. The app feels smooth and is easy on the eyes.
Personally, I feel like it’s a bit of a lite version of Sync in terms of style and features, but Ready for Reddit has some great features that Sync doesn’t have like the comments or videos in the feed. Some of the basic features will be coming soon as the ability to download images/gifs/videos, an advanced text editor, submission drafts, spoiler tag support and mod support.
By default, the app comes with a few small ads on the bottom of your screen, which you can remove for $2.99. I recommend doing so to support the development of the app, which I greatly hope will turn out to be one of the bigger Reddit apps.
All and all, I really recommend checking it out if you’re looking for a good Reddit app. I also recommend checking out /r/ReadyReddit, which is the subreddit for Ready.