Apollo is an app for the famous platform Reddit. Its goal is to offer the platform users an app with an organized and intuitive interface, thus compensating for the website's organization, which may initially seem confusing.
What are the key features of Apollo?
- Design: in addition to the beautiful design, the idea behind Apollo's interface is to offer an app with a familiar look to Apple users, thus making the navigation even simpler.
- Media Viewer: Reddit is full of images and Apollo allows users to view media from different sources, such as Imgur, Reddit, Gfycat, Imgflip, XKCD, Streamable, YouTube, Vimeo, and more.
- Markdown Writing Editor: thanks to Markdown, Apollo allows you to easily use formatting features, such as bold, italics, and links.
- Jump Bar: the subreddit autocomplete feature allows you to navigate between different subreddits by typing only the first letters of your search.
How does Apollo work?
As mentioned above, the Apollo Reddit app is easy to use. Once you download and install the app, you have to connect with your Reddit account. At the bottom of the screen, you will see five tabs: Posts, Inbox, Account, Search, and Settings. Through the Posts button you will then be able to scroll through popular posts, your home page, or all Reddit posts. You can also save post to favorites
Is Apollo safe?
Is Apollo free?
You can download and use this app for free. However, it offers some optional in-app purchases with prices between $0.99 and $29.99.