The best Reddit client for Windows phone is now available on any of your Windows devices. Readit has moderator support and support for many gold features as well! Welcome to Readit! A beautiful, well-crafted reddit app for the Windows Platform. From features like secondary tiles, a stunning interface, and complete markdown support, you are missing out if you aren't using Readit for your reddit browsing habits on Windows. Readit supports so many features, including the following: • Gold Feature Support • Secondary Tiles • Toast Notifications - Detailed for specific users/messages/comment replies • Pinning Subreddits to your start screen for easy access • Complete Imgur integration with native Album browsing • Gilded comments indicator • Complete Reddit markdown support • Very high performance • Customizable Theme • A stunning and beautiful interface • Many more features Grab our app, rate it and stop on by /r/readit and give us some feedback or post general questions. We will be happy to answer you.More
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A little slow, but still great!
The posts/comments load a bit slower than other Reddit apps, but this is the only app that stays in the background, so it rarely has to reload on launch for me. The UI is quite intuitive as well.More
I hardly post comments on the store, but this app is so great that makes me want to share the excitement with you. Really a nice client for Reddit!More
Great reddit client
Overall the app is decent and pleasant to look at but falls short. I've used this app for awhile but it wasn't until I finally downloaded Baconit that I realized that while it is good, Baconit just seems much better from a user experience point of view. Some issues include: Two different back buttons are visible in tablet mode despite multiple feedback with and without code samples to address this issue. Performance have gotten progressively better but there are many stutters and lazy loading jitters that gets annoying after awhile. No way to swipe through posts. Split pane widths do not remember their sizes and resets after every relaunch of the app. Poor implementation of adaptive UI where you have to manually set to show split panes or not. On very narrow window sizes, we have two skinny panes.More
Always getting better and the subreddit is a great source to get infoMore
Has a few faults, relatively sparse crashes, inability to load certain videos... However, for the price and range of functionality, it is certainly worth it.More
Probably the best app to showcase what you can do with the Windows design language. Great jobMore
Best reddit app, especially for windows.
Best reddit app, especially for windows.More
Great app. Easily the best reddit app on the marketplace! Ever since universal w10 app release app has become increasing unstable and prone to crashes. Currently running 8.1More
Great! Needs some small bug fixes though.
Great app! However, when I get notifications or type a response in-notification, the app fails to send or get past the splash screen. Also, the two textbox sync for displaying your replies needs some optimization, it makes the app lag even on great hardware. Other than that, the app is really shaping up!More
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- Approximate size
5.62 MB - 19.12 MBMore
- Age rating
For ages 16 and upMore
- Supported processors
neutral, arm, x64, x86More
- Supported languages
English (United States)
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18.104.22.168 ---------- #Desktop ***** * The hamburger menu is now the same as mobile (for ease of design, maintenance and less clutter) * You still keep the favs bar at the top, which is the only difference between mobile/desktop #Mobile ***** * Faster startup time due to streamlining of desktop UI * Trending and Subreddit of the Day are now available in the hamburger menu #Both ***** * Data settings have been added with seperate data settings for Wifi/LAN and Mobile Data * Data settings include: Show thumbnails, full resolution images, full resolution thumbnails, convert gifs to video and youtube quality (4k now available) * Thumbnails are no longer loading the entire image by default. It loads a thumbnail/smaller version so that it uses less data. To use full res, set that up in data settings. * NSFW Tag is now "Indian Red" for ease of differentiation between that and the youtube tag * "18+" image assets have been updated to use "Indian Red" as well * Share contracts from other apps - share images, text, urls/webpages, etc. directly to Readit from other apps (previously could only share **from** readit) * Lock screen badge count has been implemented - choose readit as an app to display notification count on the lockscreen in your lockscreen settings on mobile or desktop/tablet * When pinning a subreddit, you are now asked what type of tile you would like to pin - a cycling image tile or a default live tile. * More.........