Is Reddit not working / having issues for you?

APP NAME
Reddit
VERSION
2024.10.0
APP WORKING?

Recently reported problems with Reddit within the last 24 hours

Not Working45%
Login Issue92%
Loading Problem16%
Installation Issue70%

Reddit App Status (April 2024)

If you are having trouble with the Reddit app, it may be due to a problem with your device or internet connection. If you suspect that the app itself is causing the issue, please submit a comment describing the problem, and someone from the community may be able to assist you. In the meantime, you can try the following troubleshooting steps.

App Name Reddit
App Category News
Developer Reddit
Relase Date 07 April 2016, Thursday
Last Update 04 March 2024, Monday
Compatibility IOS 14.0 or later

Common Reddit App Problems and Troubleshooting Steps

Android, iOS, or macOS operating system users may encounter a problem where an app will display a black screen for a few seconds before crashing, with or without an error message. However, there are a few methods you can try to fix this issue:

  1. Sometimes, this problem may be caused by a temporary loading issue. To fix this, go to the recent applications menu on your phone, usually accessed by the first left button, and close the app that is experiencing the issue. Then, re-open the app.
  2. If that doesn't work, try doing a hard reboot of your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Android device by simultaneously pressing and holding the "Home" and "Power" buttons for up to 10 seconds, then release them and hold the "Power" button until the screen turns on. After that, try opening the app again.
  3. If none of the above solutions work, another option is to wait for the phone battery to drain and turn off automatically. After that, charge the phone and turn it on and try opening the app again.
  4. If the problem persists, you may need to uninstall and re-install the app. Re-installing the app will restore all settings.
  5. If the app still does not work, you can try installing older versions of the app.

My Reddit app wont load or not working properly (loading error / server error / connection error / screen freeze / ping problem)

There are a number of reasons why a mobile app may experience loading issues. Some common causes include:

  1. The Reddit app server may be experiencing downtime, which can cause loading issues. Try accessing the app again after a few minutes.
  2. Your wifi or mobile data connection may not be working properly, which can affect the app's ability to load. Make sure your connection is stable.
  3. There may be too many users accessing the app at the same time, causing a slowdown. In this case, try accessing the app again after a few minutes when usage may be lower.

I'm having Reddit login issue or account related issues

If you are experiencing issues with logging in or with your account, please take the following steps to troubleshoot the problem:

  1. Check if the Reddit server is down, as this can cause login and account issues. If so, try logging in again after a few minutes.
  2. Verify that your wifi or mobile data connection is working properly.
  3. Ensure that you are using the correct login credentials. Double check the details you are entering.
  4. If you're logging in using a third-party service like Facebook, Twitter, or Google, check to make sure that the service is functioning properly by visiting its official website.
  5. If you see error message, check if your account has been banned or deactivated.

I have Reddit app installation issues

There seems to be some issues with the installation of the Reddit app. To resolve this, please follow these steps:

  1. Ensure that your wifi or internet connection is stable.
  2. Verify that you have enough storage space on your mobile device. A lack of sufficient space may prevent the app from being installed.
  3. Check that the version of the MacOS, IOS or Android operating system on your device is compatible with the version of the app you are trying to install.
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My Reddit app is not updating properly in my phone

In order to ensure that you are able to update the Reddit app, please take the following steps:

  1. Verify that your wifi or mobile data connection is functioning properly. If the connection is down, it may prevent the app from updating.
  2. Make sure that your phone has enough storage space to download the updates. If there is not enough space, it may prevent the app from updating.

Audio/video loading problem with Reddit

If you are experiencing audio problems while using a phone, there are a few steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue:

  1. Verify that the volume on your phone is not turned down or muted.
  2. Try using headphones to determine if the problem is with the phone's speakers or with the app itself.

If you are having trouble with videos loading, some potential solutions include:

  1. Checking your internet speed and wifi connectivity to ensure that you have a stable connection.
  2. Make sure that your phone has enough storage space to download the videos.
  3. Check if the app is compatible with your operating system version.
  4. Check that your phone is not running on low-power mode.

Reddit app notifications are not working properly

If you are not receiving notifications for the Reddit app, you can check the app's notification settings by following these steps:

  1. Go to the "Apps" section on your device. Locate the "Reddit" app.
  2. Check the notification settings to see if they are enabled. If they are not, please enable them.
  3. If you are not getting notification sounds, make sure that the app's notification sound is not accidentally muted.

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Reddit Developer Updates

Version 2024.10.0 04 March 2024

• Thanks for updating the Reddit app! We've updated our iOS app with bug fixes and changes to improve your overall experience..

Version 2023.50.1 18 December 2023

Thanks for updating the Reddit app! We've updated our iOS app with bug fixes and changes to improve your overall experience..

Version 2023.43.0 01 November 2023

Thanks for updating the Reddit app! We've updated our iOS app with bug fixes and changes to improve your overall experience..

Version 2023.35.0 05 September 2023

Thanks for updating the Reddit app! We've updated our iOS app with bug fixes and changes to improve your overall experience..

Version 2023.26.0 05 July 2023

Thanks for updating the Reddit app! We've updated our iOS app with bug fixes and changes to improve your overall experience..

Version 2023.16.0 24 April 2023

Just a pinch of an update for seasoning this week..

Version 2023.09.0 06 March 2023

• This week’s update is just some under the hood improvements.

Version 2022.45.0 07 December 2022

• Reddit Recap is almost here! 2022 was bananas, soon you’ll know exactly how many. • Fixed links in the body of video posts, they work again :) • Fixed a bug that prevented double-tap to select in the post composer • That’s all for 2022, we’ll see you in the new year!.

Version 2022.41.0 03 November 2022

• Community mods can now allow image uploads in comments. Learn more in r/ModNews • Fixed a bug that sometimes caused the app to crash when users change communities while reviewing a new post..

Version 2022.32.0 31 August 2022

• Drafts are now discarded after successfully posting • Fixed a bug that gave the wrong feedback when posting something that violates community rules about links.

Version 2022.25.0 06 July 2022

• Nothing big this time, just some updates under the hood.

Version 2022.17.0 04 May 2022

• Not much to say about this one. A little code here, a little there. How’s everything with you?.

Version 2022.08.0 02 March 2022

• Not much to report today, but we did fix a couple bugs around creating a post and adding flair, so go ahead and ask that question that’s been burning away at you for the past year..

Version 2021.47.0 08 December 2021

• This is the last update of the year and we’re releasing some code in pieces for a later updates, so enjoy your holidays and we’ll see you in 2022!.

Version 2021.42.0 26 October 2021

Updated the quarantined community screen to be more clear.

Version 2021.34.0 31 August 2021

• Bug Fix: Notifications are loading properly again.

Version 2021.25.0 29 June 2021

• Bug Fix: The "Add new Custom Feed" button won’t overlap the custom feed screen anymore • Bug Fix: The community tab won’t rotate unexpectedly in landscape mode on iPhone anymore • Bug Fix” The community icon won’t flicker during post creation anymore.

Version 2021.16.0 27 April 2021

• Bug Fix: Changing your password won’t automatically log you out anymore.

Version 2021.08.0 02 March 2021

• UX Update: Changed how sound plays on videos app-wide to mute videos by default, apply mute/unmute settings to individual sessions, and include audio controls (AKA, a mute button) on every video • Bug Fix: Search terms don’t overlap with the “Clear” button in the search bar now • Bug Fix: You can tell when a direct message is from a moderator or a Reddit admin now • Bug Fix: Posts will filter the right way while using r/popular for a specific region again • Bug Fix: Comments won’t collapse by default now.

Version 2020.48.0 15 December 2020

• NEW! Introducing Reddit iOS Widgets! Improve your home screen with the Reddit Cat Calendar, Front Page, Deep Contemplation, and Pretty Pictures widgets. • Design Update: If a chat message doesn’t send, you’ll get a more specific reason now • Design Update: The new posts and comments pill will auto-dismiss 3 seconds after you stop scrolling, or if you’ve scrolled more than 1000 pixels • Design Update: You can see the spoiler tag better in Dark Mode now • Design Update: When you’re selecting an Reddit Public Access Network (RPAN) community to stream to, you can search communities and see a community’s details and rules • Design Update: Predictions are more fun and easier to make now • Bug Fix: Tapping on a chat message in a notification will take you to the most recent message again • Bug Fix: If you open a link post the save button will display properly again.

Version 2020.47.0 09 December 2020

• New! Introducing alternative app icons for redditors who have purchased a Reddit Premium! Keep an eye on your Settings in the coming days to check it out and change your icon. • Design Update: Now you can tap on someone’s username in a chat and get a preview of their profile with information like their karma and account age. • Design Update: After you submit a prediction, you’ll see a celebratory animation. • Bug Fix: Polls that have spoiler tags are hidden in feeds now. • Bug Fix: If you share a link with ASCII control characters, we’ll let you know it’s invalid. • Bug Fix: Saving a draft of a link post won’t crash the app anymore.

Version 2020.46.1 07 December 2020

• Communities that use Community Points can redeem them for Reddit Coins Previously in 2020.46.0 • Bug Fix: You can preview media galleries for crossposts in classic view • Bug Fix: Media gallery images in crossposts open in theater view if you’re using card view or in a thumbnail if you’re using classic view. (So now they act just like normal image crossposts.

Version 2020.46.0 02 December 2020

• Bug Fix: You can preview media galleries for crossposts in classic view • Bug Fix: Media gallery images in crossposts open in theater view if you’re using card view or in a thumbnail if you’re using classic view. (So now they act just like normal image crossposts.

Version 2020.45.0 24 November 2020

• New Functionality: You can manage what emails you want to receive in your Account Settings now • Bug Fix: You can send someone support resources from their profile again • Bug Fix: If you write a comment and navigate away from the post before sending it, a prompt to keep editing or discard it will show up • Bug Fix: You won’t get kicked out of RPAN for reading the full rules anymore.

Version 2020.44.0 17 November 2020

• Design Update: Tapping an image or video in a gallery post will open it in the media gallery view now • Bug Fix: You can see a preview of crossposted gallery posts in feeds again • Bug Fix: When you open the app from a link, screens will display properly again • Bug Fix: Mod actions show up in the overflow menu of RPAN chat messages now • Bug Fix: If you reply to a comment and insert a link, your reply will show up as a reply and not a top-level comment • Bug Fix: Posts with lots of text won’t reload multiple times (and appear to flicker) anymore.

Version 2020.43.0 11 November 2020

* Bug Fix: If you try to use Anonymous Browsing without an internet connection, we show you an error now * Design Update: Made some design updates to user hovercards.

Version 2020.42.0 04 November 2020

• Minor fixes and improvements—In an effort to be more transparent, we’ll admit that we only put this here in case we forgot something.

Version 2020.41.0 27 October 2020

• Design Update: It’s easier to report posts and comments now • Design Update: Reddit themes work better with Apple's theme system now. (Note: with this update, iOS 12 users will lose the ability to have their themes automatically toggle between light and dark themes.) • Bug Fix: When you exit the account switcher the animation doesn’t glitch anymore • Bug Fix: After writing a long comment, the text box will go back to its original size again.

Version 2020.40.1 26 October 2020

• New Functionality: If you're in a community with Community Points, you can use your points to unlock Special Memberships Previously in 2020.40.0 • New Functionality: Now you can turn on and off both email and app notifications in your settings • Bug Fix: Copying and saving images in media galleries works again • Bug Fix: New feed sort will be saved on communities again • Bug Fix: Tapping on media gallery dots won't make the other dots disappear anymore • Bug Fix: Autocorrect works in RPAN chat now • Bug Fix: Awards won't cover images for media gallery posts anymore • Bug Fix: Media galleries on iOS 14 have proper pagination again • Bug Fix: Thumbnail images work in the News tab again • Bug Fix: Spoilers that include the same text inside the same post, will reveal separately now • Bug Fix: You can award ads again.

Version 2020.40.0 20 October 2020

• New Functionality: Now you can turn on and off both email and app notifications in your settings • Bug Fix: Copying and saving images in media galleries works again • Bug Fix: New feed sort will be saved on communities again • Bug Fix: Tapping on media gallery dots won’t make the other dots disappear anymore • Bug Fix: Autocorrect works in RPAN chat now • Bug Fix: Awards won’t cover images for media gallery posts anymore • Bug Fix: Media galleries on iOS 14 have proper pagination again • Bug Fix: Thumbnail images work in the News tab again • Bug Fix: Spoilers that include the same text inside the same post, will reveal separately now • Bug Fix: You can award ads again.

Version 2020.38.0 06 October 2020

• (Rare) Bug Fix: If you attempt to time travel (by setting your phone’s clock in the past or crossing time zones in a way that makes you jump back in time), then you won’t crash the app now • Bug Fix: If you’re the first to award a post, the award will display under the post again • Bug Fix: Posts won’t show up twice in feeds now • Bug Fix: You can change communities while crossposting now • Bug Fix: You can post u/notifier-bot links without getting an error now.

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