Reditr 0.3.1.4

Reditr is a brand new Reddit client which introduces many features that will improve your Reddit experience.

Reditr has a plethora of features:

  • View multiple subreddits at once via column interface
  • Automatic draft saving-- never lose what you've typed on Reddit again
  • Navigate through comments intelligently with many sorting options added ontop of Reddit's defaults
  • Quickly view your Reddit browsing history
  • Highlight new comments since last visit
  • Import tags with RES (Reddit Enhancement Suite)
  • View post/link contents and comments simultaneously
  • User tagging system (give users multiple tags & synchronizes)
  • Friend manager
  • Subreddits update automatically
  • Cross device account synchronization
  • Private messages into interactive chat
  • Load all comments automatically
  • Bulk private messages sender and much more...

Download: Reditr 0.3.1.4Portable | ~25.0 MB (Freeware)
View: Reditr Homepage | Features | Other Operating Systems

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Has anyone tried this? I kinda want to get into Reddit but the horrible design of the website really puts me off. If this client makes it a bit easier to get around and find things etc, I'm game.

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Has anyone tried this? I kinda want to get into Reddit but the horrible design of the website really puts me off. If this client makes it a bit easier to get around and find things etc, I'm game.

The design isn't bad, just takes a bit of getting used too. It's definitely a place where you need to be patient and add the subreddits that interest you. After a few months, I really got into Reddit!

Don't judge a book by its cover.

If the UI is whats keeping you off Reddit, then you are missing out.

Depending on your interests, its a platform for discussion and flashy UI is unnecessary for that role.

I just don't like digging deep into a website to get to the chewy center is all. I mean don't get me wrong, I think Reddit is invaluable as a source for gaming news etc the kind of stuff I'm interested in obviously. But if I have to go from the main page to a sub reddit that leads to another sub reddit that leads to a final thread, it's a bit to much for my tastes.

That being said, I do browse reddit on occasion and it's not that horrid of a design. I've seen way worse

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