Best Reddit Apps for Android and iOS Smartphones

Reddit, which calls itself the front page of the internet, is one of the most visited websites in the world. The statement is not entirely wrong, though; it is a community-driven platform where anyone can post any kind of contents. There are subreddits for every topic you can imagine. What is subreddit? Subreddit is a forum based on a specific topic on Reddit. This allows users to follow subreddits of their own interest and post contents, ask questions, and more in those subreddits. There are over 100,000 subreddits on Reddit on a variety of topics. You can find Subreddits for most prominent topics like Android or health and stuff like that. And there are also some bizarre Subreddits like for instance once I found a Subreddit which is called /r/TaylorSwiftsarmpit. What does that subreddit do? Well, you guessed it, people share Taylor Swift armpit photos.

Anyway, what I meant to say that if you are searching for something you will probably find that answered on Reddit for sure. Reddit receives a ton of views every day, and most of its views come from smartphones or mobile device. What better way than an app for either Android or iOS to access the Reddit. Let’s look at some of the best Reddit apps for Android and iOS.

Top Reddit Apps for Android and iOS platforms

1. Reddit

Reddit’s official app for Android and iOS is one of the best ways you can access Reddit form your smartphone. The app offers almost all the features that you can find on the Reddit website for desktop and smartphones. You can perform all the basic Reddit actions such as upvote/downvote, discover new subreddits, post to subreddits, message other Reddit users, comment on Reddit posts, and more. This app also offers other interesting features such as night mode, notification when someone comments on your post, new post from your favorite subreddits, and more. Official Reddit app is available for free and can be downloaded from Google Play Store and App Store for Android and iOS, respectively.

2. Bacon Reader

When it comes to third-party Reddit app for smartphones, BBacon app always tops the chart. It has all the basic functions on official Reddit app such as downvote/upvote, comment, edit posts, submit posts, and more. Apart from basic options, Bacon Reader provides other features which make this app stand out from the rest. It has night mode which you can set to turn on automatically. You can set various advanced filters only to see posts you want to see. You can set a Subreddit as your front page. It also offers multiple blocking options to block NSFW post and unwanted posts. Another feature that makes this app better than other is its option to customize fonts, text colors, notification led, and more. This app is available as ad-supported for free on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. To remove ads, you have to a one time fee of $1.99.

3. Boost for Reddit

If you want a clean minimalist themed Reddit app for your Android, then you should check out Boost for Reddit. It comes with night mode and several themeing options to fully customize the look of your Reddit app. You can even customize font size, font style, font color all based on your preference. To continue with the material theme, you have multiple viewing options such as compact, cards, mini cards, galleries, and more. It also offers few advance Reddit features such as the ability to filter contents by content type, views, comments, and more. Apart from all these advanced features, Boost offer all basic Reddit features such as downvote, upvote, edit post, moderator settings, and others.

Boost app is an ad-supported Reddit app for Android which you can download for free from the Google Play Store. If you want to remove all the ads, you have to pay a one time fee of $0.99.


These are all the best Reddit apps for Android and iOS smartphones. All of these apps are free, but to remove ads you might have to pay a one time fee. Hope you enjoyed the post. How about a share? We would appreciate your effort.

How to Schedule Text (SMS) Messages on Android

In this day and age of WhatsApp and Facebook, you would think who actually uses text messages anymore. Well, you will be surprised to know that there is still a huge population who uses text messages to communicate with their loved one. Text messages give you the personal touch that frankly WhatsApp or other instant messaging apps can not. One of the drawbacks with SMS or text messages is that there is no option to schedule a message to send at the right time. There are times when you need a message to be delivered at a certain time, and when that time comes, you forget to send the message. Not sending a message at the right time may have many concussions. There have been many breakups simply because one party forget to text at the right time. If only you could schedule a message, all of these could be avoided. Guess what you can now. In this article, I will show you how you can schedule text messages on an Android smartphone.

Schedule SMS on Android

How to Schedule Text Messages on Android

Most OEMs these days are adding SMS schedule option in their UI. But for most Android users there is no schedule option natively supported. If your phone has the schedule option, then you don’t need to follow this article if you are not among those lucky people to have a schedule option baked into your default SMS app then this article is for you.

Do It Later

Do It Later is one of my all time favorite apps for Android smartphone. As the name suggests, this app lets you schedule stuff for you. It is not just for SMS; with Do It Later you can schedule Email, Phone calls, Twitter and of course SMS.

To schedule an SMS, open the app and tap on the plus icon from the right bottom corner. This option will show all the schedule options like EMail, reminder, Twitter, Phone, and SMS. For this case, we need to select SMS. Now add recipients and draft a message. After that, you can choose when exactly you want the message to be sent. You can also pick a time frame in which the app will pick a random time to send the message.

This app is great for automating many of your messages and social media post.

Download Do It Later from Play Store.

Pulse SMS

One thing that I like about Android is that you can install and replace many of your default apps with third-party apps. I don’t like my default SMS app and to replace that I was looking for SMS app on the Google Play Store. That is when I came across Pulse SMS. I am currently using Pulse SMS app as my default SMS app. This app has many interesting features like web sync, which allows text messages from computers, night mode, link preview, beautiful conversation mode, and more. One such feature is its text message schedule.

After drafting a message, tap on the three vertical dots from the top right corner and then ‘Schedule Message.’ This will bring the option to choose a date and time to forward the message to your selected contact(s).

Download Pulse SMS from Play Store.


These are the two best methods you can use to schedule text messages on Android phone. Again if your default SMS app has this feature, then you don’t need to follow the above apps. You can schedule message without any apps. If any of interested in another article on SMS schedule on iPhones then let me know in the comments. I will write one in the future.