Redditoria for Reddit

3.9
339 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Mature 17+
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image

About this app

**Work in Progress**

This is an elegant Reddit client that I'm developing as a side project.
It's free and without ads, get on board!

The app is built with simplicity in mind, with this level of consistency in UI Behaviour, browsing posts and comments will be a breeze.

Pin the subreddits you look at the most, to reach them quickly.

Join us at /r/RedditoriaApp to discuss it's future.

This app is free and without ads, the library at the base is open source and built by me (ARAW on Github).
I plan to open-source the entire app in the future.

Do you want to help out? Leave a nice review.
Updated on
Nov 21, 2021

Data safety

Developers can show information here about how their app collects and uses your data. Learn more about data safety
No information available
3.9
339 reviews
Jeremey Daley
May 11, 2022
This is the most visually impressive Reddit client to date, and I deeply respect it for not using Android Studio default assets like competitors. The video player is light on resources, and performs much better than stock Reddit. However, it is clearly not ready for release with dozens of basic features failing to work as intended. For example, you can not post without a crash. Also, if you scroll for about 100 posts down a custom feed, it crashes. These are basic features, Redditoria.
19 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Tazreean Shahariyr
April 6, 2021
This client is so close to perfect, just needs a few things added here and there. The ui is beautiful and it is very snappy. The thing that I'm missing a bit too much is this- if a post has 2 photos, I can't find the option to download those photos (if the post has 1 photo then the option is there).
16 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
TheDoofGuy
August 27, 2021
Pretty good overall. Navigation is easy, UI is clean and simple yet still visually appealling, and no ads of any kind. The only thing that bothers me - and it does so a lot - is that you automatically go back to the top of whatever subreddit you are whenever you change thr orientation of your phone. So if you're several hundred posts down in /r/all, as I hapoen to be far too often, and you change accidentally change orientation because you had to put down your phone for a moment, you'll be at the very top of /r/all again. An option to disable this feature would be perfect.
12 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?

What's new

Many fixes and performance optimizations