価格 ： 無料
App Store 評価 ：
4.8 （評価数 ： 2,885）
カテゴリー ： ニュース （アプリケーション）
バージョン ： 4.42.1
App Store 更新日 ： 2019/09/14
開発者 ： reddit
動作条件 ： iOS 11.0以降。iPhone、iPad、およびiPod touchに対応。
サイズ ： 67.7MB
情報取得日 ： 2019/09/19
Reddit is where you belong.
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iTunes App Store レビュー
- Great content on a good app, though it could always be better. Great game at to experience Reddit on mobile. It could include more of the features from the PC version though, as options, to make it more distinctive. Still, no real problems with using it.
- Content is great Content is great and vast.
Would like more viewing options though (like landscape view or sometimes I can view rules on the website but not the app).
Sometimes the server goes down, sometimes it won’t upvote or post comments. Usually the problem doesn’t last long.
Overall, I spend way too much time on this thing.
- I love reddit despite it’s shortcomings Reddit is an awesome resource to find all the information you’d ever want, and the app reflects this purpose very nicely. The only severe lacking feature I can think of is the ability to add pictures without having to upload your pictures to a separate public domain. Not a dealbreaker at all, but a slight annoyance when giving advice on how to work with computer programs and the like.
In all, Reddit is amazing and I encourage everyone to use it!