Reddit MOD 2022


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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.

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■ 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.
■ Discussions that will draw you in
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
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■ Live video streams, chats, and talks
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■ Anonymous profiles so you can do you
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■ Lots and lots of cats

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40 comentarios en "Reddit MOD 2022"

  1. Paul dice:

    This app just gets worse as time goes on. As a lefty, this new update to tap pictures on the right side to scroll through galleries is just awful now. The app itself is weirdly unresponsive. Tapping on posts in the feed does not open them right away. Additionally, I’ll tap on a post to open it and the app will show me some other post. When I back out, the feed will have changed and I can no longer find the post I was initially looking at.

  2. Pics and videos rarely work. It’s not my internet,only happens with reddit. I’ll click on a photo or try to watch a video and they’re stuck loading infinitely. When a video actually works, it buffers soooo much, and doesn’t work unless I rewind a few seconds. And happens about every 3 seconds of the video so I am constantly rewinding. It’s just the mobile app too, and it rarely happens on my SOs phone, when we’re on the same wifi! Just this version of the app I guess. Hope it gets fixed

  3. Ky Md dice:

    So many bugs. The amount of times I have to restart the app to stop a video playing in the background that I can’t see or stop is ridiculous. And occasionally I can’t put my screen in landscape mode, which occurs only in the reddit app. Seems like the people behind the scenes are amateurs who can’t solve small problems that other media platforms have fixed years ago.

  4. This app was working great about 4 months ago, but then suddenly it changed. When tapping a thread to enter, it just doesn’t respond for a very long time. Often times this will bring you to a different post or open the same post many times. Then, once youre in the post, you have to wait for a very long time to see replies. Often times when you are scrolling through your feed, the feed seems to be out of sync with the rendering of the UI

  5. It’s a good app, just annoyed that I can no longer read reddit posts on the web. It has to force me to the app or force people to make an account. Also, recently, for some reason, when I save an image, it will send it to a different folder and the image will be 0 bytes. It saves as a dead image. I move it to a different folder but it just won’t recognize it as a file. I have to screenshot the images now which are not the original quality.

  6. Kacey K. dice:

    App recently changed from having to swipe to see multiple pictures on a post to now having to tap the right side of the screen to go through them. As a left handed person this is a terrible setting to change especially with seemingly no way to change it back. It seems like unnecessary changes are being made instead of focusing on fixing errors and glitches.

  7. Joshua Fu dice:

    I don’t know what they did to it, but this is actually one of the worst apps I have ever used. I have to restart the app multiple times to get it to load content, clicking on posts does nothing until they unexpectedly pop up 15 minutes later, comments don’t load, media player is bad. The worst part was that it was fine about a year ago. Also the amount of stuff this app caches is crazy. It takes up insane amounts of storage space.

  8. Videos and pics hosted by reddit can take long to load and some videos never play. The new way images are displayed in search results is terrible. Go back to displaying them fully in search results. When I click on a post now, it often takes 10 or more servings for it to actually open the post. If I made the mistake it clicking it multiple times, then I have to back out multiple times to get back to the homepage.

  9. Kevin dice:

    I’ve primarily used the app for a year and it’s awful. Navigation is odd and clunky, if you let it give suggestion notifications there’s no clean way to navigate back and forward. To get back to your feed, you have to click into settings > your profile and then click the home button. Swiping back goes to the last suggestion I opened no matter the page and closes reddit if there were no suggestions before it. Clearly need a little more effort on UX and testing.

  10. J J dice:

    Stop trying to be more like garbage Tiktok UI! Get a third party app. increasingly intrusive ads, the new video player that rarely works (video ads work great) and the new way the pic posts especially with multiple pictures is absolutely garbage. you can no longer slide to advance pics instead of clicking? sliding moves you a different post now. also, audio frequently plays from a video post after you have left that post and went on, remains until another video with sound or restarting the app.

  11. Latest update changed swiping through pictures to tapping on the right side of the screen. This makes using the app significantly worse for a lefthander like myself. Really annoying that they continue to push updates with these useless UI changes (like moving the sort feature to a harder to access place) while never fixing the fact that the app sometime refuses to load or loads the entirely wrong post altogether. Terrible app, consistently getting worse.

  12. Several months and still no fixes for loading issues. Can’t even go into individual subreddits anymore cause they refuse to load. I used to kind of be able to view subreddits by just typing in the search bar and not actually going to the sub , but that suddenly stopped working. And now the one workaround to view comments where I upvote the post and go to my history doesn’t seem to be working. I don’t know how much worse this app can get. I’m sure they’ll find a way though.

  13. A very unusuable experience. For some reason, every time I open the app its constantly offering to open stuff in the web browser instead of the app. And whenever I go to a post marked NSFW it sugvests I open it in my browser for more privacy. Very strange. You’d think that after I hit ‘no thanks’ a dozen times it would stop trying to pressure me into using the web browser version. It’s also weird that unless I am logged in, some posts are locked to the web browser instead of the app. Very weird

  14. TruckerJj dice:

    this app only gets worse as time goes on. you can’t swipe right to view the next image in an image set, or swipe up to close out of an image, and swiping down is slow. scrolling through comments while watching a video will cause the comment box thing to go over the video, you’re forced to use it if you want to view anything marked as 18+. the app also sonetimes has issues opening up links, and other times it just never loads.

  15. App refuses to disable auto play on videos even when you turn that feature off, it’s intrusive and beyond annoying. This is what you get when you don’t offer a “opt out” option when asking people if they want to rate an app. If I want to review something I will review it, if you think you were going to annoy me over months and years to rate the app – this is what your going to get: nothing you want. Jan 2023 – App still refuses to disable autoplay.

  16. Navigation has always been a bit challenging, especially when going to a comment thread from a reply notification. The latest update made it infinitely worse. Now there is some strange alternate view and once you tap the notification it seems to be impossible to get to the normal view of the comment thread without closing the app and scrolling through the sub to find the post.

  17. This app worked fine until recently. Now, it takes quite some time for anything to load and additionally opens the wrong post. Meaning if I want to read a post it opens a different post that doesn’t even appear in my feed. ETA now posts won’t open at all. I’ll open the app, click on a post, wait for minutes, nothing. I’ll click on it again. And again. And again. Nothing. This app used to be fine but unusable now. ETA The only thing that opens are the ads. Trash app b/c recent updates

  18. Tons of glitches. Often won’t load images or videos. Stuffed full of loud auto playing video ads. I’ll stick to the mobile browser experience. OH wait now you can’t use the browser as it forces you to use the app. Wish I could give negative stars. Edit: 2 years later and these problems all still exist, and add on the softcore porn ads it throws at you with no way to report them. 🙁

  19. My experience with the official reddit app can be summarized in one word. Bugs. There are countless bugs I experience daily. Most presist through every update. I will not even bother trying to list the bugs. Basic app functionality like reading comments, playing videos and browsing are all significantly hindered by the constant bugs. I have somehow gotten used to using an app with this many undressed issues, it’s literally insane. There are no redeemable traits of this app, just avoid.

  20. Cody L dice:

    2022: New update doesn’t show me any of my post upvotes/replies/etc. They’re all hidden by “turning on notifications” and then behind that it says I have to opt in for emails. Even when I do turn them on there’s nothing there. Ridiculous. 2020: Videos constantly buffer half way through the video, or fail to play because its buffering. It makes this app significantly un-enjoyable. Everything else loads perfectly fine (comments, messages, etc). Its not a problem with my connection or service.

  21. With each update it gets worse. Image and video viewer continues to decline in quality, which is 90% why I scroll Reddit. For the fourth time in years I’m looking into alternative apps because I’ve lost faith in the engineering team’s design + feature development and if I find something I like this time, I’m not redownloading this app.

  22. Every update ruins the app: can’t look at comments on videos or pictures, subreddits do not load, app crashes when trying to switch accounts. Pictures used to be fine, but now they take place in the video player and do not load the comments like they used to. Overall, slow, nothing works correctly and to open a post i need to save the link, open in my phone browser which opens to the post in-app. It is tedious and infuriating at best

  23. My go-to platform for discussions 😉👍 Update: It was five stars until the last update. Now I’m missing the Bell icon or button at the top right of the app. There’s no way for me to get notifications for now discussions without actually commenting 🙄🤦 The bell icon missing is irritating enough but all day today I’ve been unable to post using the app or my computer. It just gives me the generic something went wrong message. At the very least you could tell people what went wrong 🤦

  24. Garbage, the videos do not stop playing. You can scroll in the comment section and it will think you’re scrolling on the previous page you were on and then feed you the audio from that video. Furthermore it will won’t let you read a title sandwiched between two videos. It will play the video above or below. Incredibly annoying. It’s turning into tiktok and I can feel my attention span dropping as I view the horrible content. Also terrible userbase and moderators. You will not find balance here.

  25. The new update has, without a doubt, the ABSOLUTE WORST user interface I’ve ever encountered on any social-media app. The ability to “swipe away / swipe up” a full-screen image and return to your feed has been taken away. If you attempt to close an image in anyway outside of your “back” button, you’ll be taken to a seemingly random post. Also, if a post has multiple photos, you can no longer swipe left or right while the photos are full-screen to view the other photos in the post.

  26. On release the app had a couple kinks but great potential to become something greater. It didn’t. Update after update and the UI keeps deteriorating, original conveniences are gone now, replaced with useless clutter. I’m moving to one of the several alternatives because you guys don’t know what the people want, and it looks like you don’t care either.

  27. Everytime there is an update I hope that they fixed the issues with the app that cause it to load threads slowly. But it has been months and it’s still an issue. Like other reviewers have stated, you have to click on a post several times for it to finally open. And when it does open, it opens several times so you have to push the back button until it takes you back to your original page. It’s annoying that this app is so broken and even more annoying that it’s taking them this long to fix it.

  28. It’s been fun, but unfortunately whoever is in charge of updates are incapable of listening to their user base, or at the very least just flat out incompetent. You can look into posts on rare occasions, sometimes taking upwarda of 5 minutes just to pull up a poat you forgot you clicked on. Video player just doesn’t function, and it in general has slowed down to a crawl.

  29. New update is awful. Can’t see whole picture anymore. Everytime you click on something it has this giant black gradient border that blocks a good portion of the image. Also, the video player never works properly. It’s completely random on if it will work or not. And now they’ve added an annoying “more like this” feature on a post, so instead of seeing all the comments you have to look at what a bot thinks you might care about. It’s just a culmination of poor decisions at this point. Ridiculous.

  30. G C dice:

    Each update seems to make this app less useful. The app is significantly slower loading and lags. The issue of videos auto playing in a thread, even with that feature turned off is still there. I don’t want to see when someone is typing in a thread or real-time upvotes of threads. That’s just useless clutter slowing the app down. It’s something that should have an option to be turn off in the settings menu.

  31. The app itself is alright at best. I frequently experience issues with load times with good connection and the devolving UI. However, my biggest and most infuriating issue lies in the mobile video player, specifically the new ‘swipe-to-navigate’ style. I can watch about ten videos consecutively before the video either completely fails to load and I see a black screen or the player completely crashes and I am taken back to the last screen I was on. This is a major usability issue, address it.

  32. Ken Rall dice:

    Just a total piece of junk since the new update. Everything is whacked out, you click a post and hear ads playing in the background? When you scroll up and down the video player stops working. I just don’t understand what happened. It is so frustrating to use the app. There are other apps you can download to use reddit that run much smoother. I would highly recommend getting one of those instead.

  33. Aj dice:

    Autoplaying ads is an instant 1 star from me. I don’t mind ads most of the time as long as they’re not intrusive, but as of recently, I’ve been getting screen filling video ads that autoplay with sound on, despite having autoplay set to “never” and the layout on classic mode. The ads before were tolerable, even if they were annoying with how they’re made to mislead into clicking them , but now, they’re annoying.

  34. Kevin B. dice:

    The video player always seems to hopelessly buggy. Also, I’ve recently noticed that if I have a thread open and switch to a different app on my phone, and then switch back to reddit, it will start playing the audio from an video advertisement that was on the previous page. It’s unbelievably annoying. Sometimes the app will just completely freeze and show this buggy blank screen with a bunch of weird tags like “QUARANTINED” among others.

  35. The app categorically fails to allow you to reliably browse Reddit. Regardless of the strength of your connection (WiFi or mobile), the app fails to allow you to reliably access video/image content, even when that content is hosted by Reddit itself. On the occasions when you are able to temporarily see/watch image/gif/video content, the app will frequently fail to reload/restart/finish that content, so you’re frequently wondering whether there’s more you never saw. Overall, disgraceful.

  36. I’ve been using this app for years and the past few updates have made it significantly less user-friendly. With newest update, when you tap on an image you can no longer see the full picture. Instead, the bottom of the image is shadowed and overlaid with the title and upvote/downvote buttons, and there’s no way to them. You also can’t zoom in or scroll horizontally to view multiple images in the same post. If it’s not changed back to how it was before, I probably won’t be using the app anymore.

  37. This app is so buggy and broken. It’s clear that the devs aren’t allowed to work on existing issues in favor of introducing new features and chasing trends from around the industry. For example, the video player has received dozens of updates, and every single one of them breaks something else. Currently, if you leave the app and return while composing a comment, the video will resume playing, sound and all. Additionally, trying to exit a video can cause you to return to the top of your feed

  38. This app just KEEPS getting worse. I used it everyday all day to keep up with news and random things. Now it’s just a chore to use. The UI changes are awful. Not because they’re conceptually poor but because they function terribly. The same can be said for the video player. The hit boxes on some UI chnages are so tiny you end up tapping something several time (and I have small fingers). Don’t even get me started on load times. Even with a good conecction I can barely load a post or comment

  39. After scrolling for a while I cannot play videos any longer. It’s like they are frozen. I can restart the app but after a few minutes the same keeps happening. Incredibly frustrating. This has been going on for months. When I am reading a thread sometimes the sound of a video from another thread will play too. Updates never seen to help.

  40. Whoa! Why all the invasive permissions (invasive data collecting, selling my data to 3rd parties, unnecessary permissions, not encrypting messages)?🤨 I was kind of liking it until I saw that. I don’t think so. It’s time for me to jump out quick. The only one who should have that kind of personal information and control over my phone is Me. All that just to read and answer some q & a is NOT Necessary. Fix that, and I may think about coming back and giving you a better rating.

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