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Reddit gets its app to 50 million play store downloads, mostly by making the mobile web experience miserable

Reddit gets its app to 50 million play store downloads, mostly by making the mobile web experience miserable
Harold Harold 9 days ago
Anyone who's tried to browse Reddit on their phone's web browser will be familiar with the constant popups prompting users to download the mobile app instead. Well, it looks like making their mobile site virtually unusable has paid off for the site, as its official Android app has just passed 50 million downloads on the Play Store.   Video from a year ago via r/AssholeDesign Screenshots from two years ago via Hacker News Reddit only debuted its official app in 2016, so the 50-million milestone...
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