Readit, one of our favorite Reddit apps, for Windows 10 has been given yet another massive update.
The app was recently updated to add support for 18 languages, besides English.
Readit now allows you to upload images directly from the app’s post editor, and also allows you to create albums. To do so click the image button as shown in the screenshot above, and select the album option. Images are not resized/cropped and maintain their native resolutions when they’re uploaded.
The sidebar (on the right), has been tweaked to perform better and faster, and now has a dimiss button, clicking on which will close it. To bring it back click on the [...]
Baconit, a popular Reddit app for Windows 10, has been given a massive update.
The new version isn’t just a normal release, it is sort of a brand new app.
Windows Central reports that, Quinn Damerell, the developer of the app, and is also a Microsoft employee, has revealed that Baconit, has been completely rewritten from scratch, using the Universal Windows Platform. This means that Baconit is now a universal app for Windows 10 devices available for all PCs, phones and tablets which run on the new operating system.
Baconit now supports viewing user information like karma, cake day, gold status, submitted posts/comments. And both comments and posts have [...]
Readit for Windows 10 has been updated to add some new features.
For those of you who haven’t heard of the app before, it is a famous Reddit client, known for the mobile version, and here is a mini review of the PC app.
The PC version of the app made its debut a few months ago. If I had one word to describe it, I’d be torn to choose from Awesome and Gorgeous. Because that’s how good the app is, the onl;y worthy Reddit client available for PCs, and that is something. Check the screenshot above, obligatory cat image featured in the picture (you’re welcome).
The app has a superb Dark Theme, which is enabled by default, and also offers [...]
Reddit will switch to HTTPS at the end of June.
The news sharing and social networking website announced the news on its web portal today.
HTTPS isn’t a new addition to Reddit. The website has been offering the option, for almost a year. Users had to manually enable it, but soon, the website will enforce the secure protocol for all users beginning June 29th.
Reddit has announced that HTTP will no longer be available. So, even if you click on a HTTP URL leading to the website, it will automatically be redirected to HTTPS.
This gives some much needed privacy to the community-powered website. It really is hard to pin Reddit with a particular [...]