Reddit: Trending News

Reddit: Trending News for Pc

  • Category: News
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-08
  • Current version: 4.20.0
  • File size: 100.00 MB
  • Developer: reddit
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Reddit: Trending News on your Windows PC

Download Reddit: Trending News for Windows: Reddit: Trending News is an News App, developed by reddit. The News App was officially released 2016-04-07. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - reddit, with the latest current version being 4.20.0 which was officially released on 2018-10-08. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 341,943 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 5 out of a possible 5.

Using Reddit: Trending News on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Reddit: Trending News on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Reddit: Trending News for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Reddit: Trending News in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Reddit: Trending News application icon. A window of Reddit: Trending News will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Reddit: Trending News icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Reddit: Trending News

Developer Description

Get all the freshest content on the internet with Reddit’s official mobile app! Discover top trending topics, breaking news, viral video clips, funny jokes and hot memes. The official Reddit app connects you to all of Reddit with infinite scroll, autoplay GIFs, and the fastest-loading interface of any Reddit app. •••Join 1000s of Communities ••• Need some funny jokes in your feed? Head on to r/ jokes. Want to discuss the news? Join the community on r/ news! Or perhaps you’re passionate about cats being scared by cucumbers. Connect with people who are too at r/ CucumbersScaringCats! There’s a subreddit about everything, for anyone and everyone to post, share, vote and discuss just about every topic and subject imaginable. Share your passion for your favorite books, movies, TV shows, music and technology with millions of users in thousands of subreddits. •••Bitcoin and All the Crypto••• Join the crypto revolution! Learn all about bitcoin, btc, eth, xrp, bch, eos, ada and other digital currencies. Did you hear about trx, neo, alt, ltc, xlm, nem, xmr, iota or dash? Check them out at r/ CryptoCurrency. •••Get the Best of What Really Interests You ••• Create your own feed by subscribing to your favorite subreddits, to get the socially curated, constantly updated feed of news headlines, fun stories, pics, memes, and videos that interest you. Alternatively, find out what’s trending on r/ popular. On Reddit, you can be yourself, with your Reddit profile and persona disconnected from your real-world identity. •••Contribute & Share••• Upload photos, post memes, contribute stories, join discussions, and help other users find the best links, videos, pics and news by upvoting and downvoting posts. •••Un-bore Yourself••• Is your feed mildly interesting? Sick of lame and monotonous updates on social media feeds? Find the stories and conversations that matter to YOU on Reddit’s official mobile app. From entertainment news and political posts to fun DIY projects, viral memes and cats (lots of cats) - Reddit is your one-stop-shop for everything Internet happening right now. Join millions of users worldwide sharing content that interests you right now! While you were reading this, even more, viral videos, GIFs, and memes were posted on Reddit! So what are you waiting for? Privacy Policy: User Agreement: Content Policy:

App Reviews

  • I don’t want to use your app

    By waytogomeggo1993
    I don’t want to use this app. I use Apollo because it’s more well designed and I prefer it in every way. Unfortunately, I used to use Alien Blue until Reddit took it over and shoved it’s annoying features in and essentially broke the previously well-bridged gap between users and developers. Apollo came along and solved that problem for me. I decided to rate this poorly because, besides the fact that I hate the mechanics and design of the app, I’m sick of the many shoehorned aspects of mobile browser Reddit forcing me into the app. I have to go through several steps to use it normally and ultimately I can’t view most comments without having to copy a link and move it to Apollo since Reddit decided to force users into their own app as the default. Crippling competing developers to promote your own app is obnoxious, obtrusive ads and constant “will you rate your experience?” prompts are obnoxious, and frankly the way Reddit approached the official app launch alongside breaking Alien Blue and then shoehorning the official app onto users has driven me to never choose the official app at all, even if it underwent a total overhaul. I really don’t care what Reddit does with the official app at this point, because shoving it down the throats of users tells me the app and its developers should not be supported. Very annoying app 0/10 I hate it.
  • Review

    By Ty_rippin
    Before I get into the review I'd just like to point out that all that follows is my opinion and that any domain with public access, especially on the internet, is going to have some bad eggs and some 'flaws' (circle jerks for example). That being said, if you can get past what is to be expected of the internet, Reddit is a haven of free speech and the sharing of ideas, it is a source of endless interaction with others around the world. Reddit is an underrated entertainer, a place where art is shared and artists can make a name for themselves. Reddit is a trusted source for reviews and information ranging from the mundane to the extreme, and from personal to fantastic. I've come to rely on Reddit when deciding if something (such as a game) is worth buying or whenever I have burning questions regarding any kind of lore I'm interested with at the time and it hasn't failed me yet. I was using Reddit years before I made an account and I'd recommend it to anyone. Thank you for reading! TLDR: "Reddit is a haven of free speech and the sharing of ideas"
  • Admins won’t do anything about hate groups

    By CommanderAstro
    I guess Reddit was okay to me. If you’re into video games and tv shows there’s a lot of communities you can find on Reddit. Even though Reddit is mostly anonymous, it just seems like there’s not that much diversity in the user base. Maybe this reveals my own biases, but it feels like the majority of users are 20-34 year old straight guys who went to college for STEM. Which like, fine whatever, but it kinda makes every subreddit feel the same. But the reason I’m no longer using the app, or Reddit for that matter, is that its admins won’t do anything about subreddits that are safe havens for hate groups - racist, misogynistic, homophobic, xenophobic nonsense. When pressed about it, admins will say “they’re investigating” or that the hate groups “provide valuable discussion”. Neither of those things are true. They keep up these toxic subreddits because they generate ad revenue from people going to see them the same way people turn their heads to look at car wrecks. Does Reddit really want to profit off of hate, division, and misinformation? It sure feels like it. As much as I enjoyed my own little groups of subreddits I was a part of, I can’t find it conscionable to stay when my presence is giving them ad revenue to prop up hatred.
  • Love it, but needs more structure

    By circlek85
    Reddit is truly a great platform for people to find basically anything and everything they’re interested in. However, there’s not a lick of privacy at all. In today’s world, everyone is offended by everything. Someone who reads this will probably be offended that I suggested everyone is offended by everything. And this is the problem. When you join one specific subreddit, there are a wealth of trolls who hate the context of your subreddit, so they go to great lengths to harass others. Reddit says they discourage “brigading” but it happens continuously. And if someone is harassing you, you have to wait for the admins to do an “investigation”. You can’t block people from seeing your posts/comments. Because of this, people are free to harass you in any way they see fit. It’s fine to disagree with others...or even mock them in another subreddit...but do so privately if you have no interest in actually discussing things with that person. All you’re doing is ganging up on that person for your own sub’s pleasure and gain.
  • Install Reddit, Delete Facebook ASAP

    By Slippery_Barnacle
    Ever since my buddy introduced me to Reddit, I have dropped Facebook and majority Social Media apps entirely. Reddit is literally everything I want/need in an app. News, Gifs, videos, etc. I've loved it since I first downloaded it and haven't looked back. I'm just kicking myself for not finding it sooner. Who needs Facebook and all the other apps when you have Reddit? No more looking at what "Cheryl" ate for lunch or "Tim's" 400th picture of his kid speaking gibberish, that is unless I choose to follow a subreddit dedicated to such things. My only complaint is the doing away with certain subs that are deemed "NSFW", I agree with banning the "Hate" dedicated subs, but other than that adults should be able to follow subs that are deemed "NSFW". Overall, an amazing app that I can't get enough of, and I am thankful to be rid of FB and the other Social Media sites that seem to be dedicated to validation/approval seeking. I would and frequently do, recommend Reddit to everyone as an app they should get into and to thank me later lol!
  • The most unique and customized social media platform out there

    By Superbat211
    Many people look at me like I’m a nerd or dweeb when I say something about Reddit, but that’s just because they’ve never used it. Reddit possesses its own culture, comment memes, and sense of humor and it is just delightful. It’s where you can have a simple epiphany that gains you underserved adoration from thousands of random Redditors, and where you might just have the cofounder ask you if you’re his brother (both of which have happened to me, thank you Mr. O’Hanion). Reddit creates a feed based on your interests. There are thousands of subs dedicated to very specific things, many of which you didn’t even realize you were interested in. It’s not like FB or IG where you scroll and hope to find something interesting or relevant to you. On Reddit, the feed is made up of things you subbed to, and after you create a feed, you get to get your hands dirty in the comments... just do it, you won’t regret it.
  • It works well

    By Jjss dtr
    I always used alien blue and still have it on my phone. The official Reddit app has crashed/frozen probably 2 times in the past year or so. I don't like the advertisements and never had them on the alien blue app, but I understand it's a necessary evil. I would like the app to have some different features but since I only use Reddit on mobile I don't have a fair view of what's offered on the website or the often lauded Reddit Enhancement Suite; I know I would like to sort by rising, switch between commenting and checking another sub Reddit (to reference or link) without loosing/ having to cut and paste my comment. I feel any issues I have with the app are likely larger issue with the company- for example the report function has gone to crap, you used to be able to just report and presumably a mod would review it but now you have to choose a specific rule that was broken and I think it'll dissuade new users from reporting when they should.
  • A word.

    By _Herbert_
    The app is serviceable. However if a person is using an iOS web browser to look something up on reddit- tech help, a product review, whatever- the best way to do it is via everyone’s favorite search engine—— Google. So you find what you are looking for and there is a comment thread— pop up “Do you want to open this in Reddit app?” Tap ‘No thanks.” At this point one should be good to browse via Safari or Chrome correct? No. Reddit has purposefully gimped their mobile website. There is only 5 or so comments showing and a button that says ‘more comments’ or something to that extent. That button redirects to the Reddit app. Either way, you are using the Reddit app. It is several more taps and several seconds more to search and get what you need this way. This is not a great user experience. Imo- it is straight BS. It’s their website so they could do what they want but the people in charge should think long and hard about the employee who pushed for this idea. To intentionally sow discontent and hurt the user experience. And to do it in a horrible, insincere “do you want to open in reddit app? yes-no?” way. Yeah, that’s my 2 cents.
  • Great, But

    By senatorlance
    The whole app is put together very well with a good system of rewarding the best comments by giving them more exposure by bumping to the top and the “Karma points” is like no other media app that I used. The minimalistic interface of the main page is easily navigated as well. It’s all great, BUT, the political subreddits that are so called “neutral” (/r politics /r worldnews) are 98% left leaning where the posts are predominantly liberal. Due to the demographics of Reddit(large young population/ academics/tech community/ etc) any opinion that questions their narrative or simply doesn’t agree, gets downvoted by the entire community, disproportionally downvoting your comment/post until you have negative karma points inevitably by stating your mind in “neutral” subreddits. There needs to be algorithms that pick up on these patterns that counter balance the bias or remove politics from the app altogether and create a political Reddit separate from Reddit. This will solve the problem of the echo chamber style subreddits and removed censorship from this free speech platform. That is all.
  • Frustrating update to comment collapsing

    By lilweirdward
    This review is specifically regarding the current update and not the app as a whole. It's incredibly frustrating to have the method for collapsing a comment be completely changed without any notification other than what was nested in the app updates description. I don't understand why it was changed in the first place from just tapping the upper area of the comment next to the user name, but without any sort of note that it had been changed I spent a few minutes thinking the app was broken, and really only stumbled on the long tap functionality by accident. Would have never guessed to double tap a comment since that's usually reserved for upvoting things in other apps. UX devs, PLEASE don't rewrite core functionality without giving users any update in-app that it's been rewritten. At least give a one-time pop up or something letting me know what it's been changed to.