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Milkeddit is a beautiful app to browse reddit on your iPhone
Will Milkeddit replace your current reddit iPhone app of choice?
| March 23
The updated Beam for Reddit is a great way to browse the social network
Version 2.0 features a new interface, multireddit support, and much more.
| December 15
Best new apps of the week: Drafts 4 and Alien Blue - Reddit Official Client
Be quick and efficient with text capture and stay entertained with our top app picks for the week!
| October 20
Reddit acquires and relaunches Alien Blue as its new official client for iOS
Reddit has a new official iOS app, and it's none other than the most popular Reddit client for iOS, Alien Blue.
| October 16
AppAdvice Daily: Ask Me Anything on your iPhone and astronomy for kids
We are checking out the best new apps of the week on today's AppAdvice Daily.
| September 9
Best new apps of the week: Star Walk Kids and Ask Me Anything
Teach your kids about the stars and get the best way to read interesting interviews on reddit with our top apps for the week!
| September 8
Ask Me Anything, the official Reddit AMA app, is the best way to read Reddit interviews
Reading the "Ask Me Anything" threads on Reddit has never been easier thanks to the new, official app.
| September 2
Reddit launches new official iOS app dedicated to Ask Me Anything interviews
Reddit's new official iOS app is out, and it's called Ask Me Anything.
| September 2
Does Reddme for iPhone - The Reddit Client stack up to the competition?
Is this new, minimalistic Reddit app worth the dollar?
| July 25
Look at Reddit in a refreshing new perspective with Feedworthy
Browse Reddit like never before thanks to the beautiful interface of Feedworthy.
| July 15
Cydia Tweak: Orangered Brings Reddit Push Notifications To iOS 7
If you struggle to stay away from Reddit, Orangered for iOS 7 is a jailbreak tweak you should download now.
| June 9
Get A Sleek And Powerful Reddit Experience With Narwhal On iPhone
Narwhal is a great way to browse Reddit from your iPhone.
| May 21
AMRC Client For Reddit Frees Up Some Pro Features, Gains Read-Later Support And More
The popular Reddit client app AMRC has just received another major update.
| March 10
Get A Minimalistic And Lightweight Experience For Reddit With Mars
If you're the occasional browser of Reddit, you will appreciate this new app for browsing your afternoon away.
| January 17
Browse Reddit On Your iPhone In A Fast And Simple Way With Redd
Redd is a slick new app for browsing Reddit on your iPhone.
| December 23
Alien Blue For iPad 2.2 Features Moderation Tools Plus Apple TV-Ready Canvas
Alien Blue for iPad, arguably the best Reddit client for iPad, has just been updated to version 2.2.
| July 18
Karma Lets You Take Reddit With You Wherever You Go
This app lets you browse through the same content you enjoy from Reddit, but in a more mobile friendly format.
| March 24
Popular Reddit Client Alien Blue Gains Moderator Tools, UI Improvements And More
Alien Blue, the popular Reddit client for iPhone, has received another major update. And by "major," I do mean "major."
| February 6
NOOKone Conceptually Gives Your iPhone A Comfortable Bedside Nook
Robert Bye, a design student, has come up with a rather impressive design for an iPhone alarm dock.
| June 4
College Dropout Solves The Riddle Of iOS Game Development - Sort Of
An independent game developer serves up a funny and ultimately inspiring take on the hardships of iOS development.
| March 4
Then: Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus - Now: Men Are On Reddit, Women Are On Pinterest
A new iPad app combines Reddit and Pinterest in a single screen.
| February 29
Pulse News Reader Now Offers API Support
Since its debut last year, the Pulse News Reader for iPad app has consistently been one of the better RSS news apps in the App Store. However, the folks behind the app aren’t resting on their laurels. Alphonso Labs is now allowing users to access select API feeds as well.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| February 17
Reddit Previews A New Mobile Website, Throws Dig At Apple
Instead of updating its 99 cents iPhone app, Reddit is releasing a new version of its mobile website, now in beta. The site appears crisper and more user-friendly than its older version and best of all it will cost you nothing.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| June 10