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Reddit Overwhelms CRTC Discussion on Banning Differential Data Pricing

Turning to Reddit for customer input regarding the controversial zero-rating or differential pricing of carriers was a success, the telecom regulator has concluded. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) wanted to hear what Canadians thought about this matter, and the message seems to be clear: they want differential pricing banned. Zero-rating is the telecoms'...

Third Party Reddit Apps Pulled from App Store for NSFW Content

According to a report by MacStories, Apple removed a number of third party Reddit clients from the App Store today for violating clause 18.2 of the App Review Guidelines due to NSFW content. The clause clearly states that apps will be rejected if they contain "user generated content that is frequently pornographic”. The source believes that Reddit did...

Official Reddit iPhone App Now Available for Download

Reddit has launched its highly anticipated official apps for iOS and Android users today. The app, built in-house by the company, will replace popular third party client Alien Blue, which it acquired in 2014. The Alien Blue app will soon be removed from the App Store, but still work for existing users. Alex Le, Reddit’s Vice...

AMA: Read Reddit AMAs on Your iPhone [Review]

Reddit AMAs (Ask Me Anything) have been growing in popularity since they started in May 2009. The AMA app allows you to follow an AMA or read thru a previous one on your iPhone. Every AMA is available Every AMA is available for you to read and also participate in the ongoing ones. However, you need...

Reddit Launches Official ‘Ask Me Anything’ iOS App, Download Now

Reddit has announced they have launched an official Ask Me Anything (AMA) iOS app, built by themselves. The company says this is the easiest way to view AMAs. Users will be able to ask questions, get notified when popular AMAs are trending and also vote questions and answers up or down, while viewing a format...

Official Reddit iOS/Android Apps are Coming Soon

Reddit, the social networking service and news website, is looking to celebrate its nine-year anniversary with the release of official mobile apps, The Daily Dot is reporting. The company is looking for someone who can program Java skills (for Android) or Objective C (for iOS or Mac apps), design and create algorithm-based recommendations. Human resource generalist Nicole-Jasmin Clark said, “The...