Product Hunt Daily Digest
August 10th, 2020

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Reddit just got its own Tweetdeck-style desktop reader.

Yesterday, Charles Yang launched Deck for Reddit, an alternative and fun way to browse your favorite subreddits.

Clark Chambers’ comment sums it up pretty well, “Making Reddit actually usable?? You are going to kill my productivity ; )”

Reddit is a captivating company, ranked the 19th-most-visited website in the world, one of the largest online communities for virtually anything you can imagine (one of our favorites: /r/InternetIsBeautiful).

Needless to say, this is not the first time someone tried to clean up Reddit's messy interface.

The holy grail of human wisdom, aka “the front page of the Internet,” has inspired many businesses and products loved by the Product Hunt community.

There are too many to mention all but here are some of the most impressive ones: The Unim.press, Unreadit, Walnut, Reddit Shell, Reddit List, Top Fitty Memes, Readder, Thredd, Glance, Nano for Reddit (so you read Reddit on your Apple Watch), and more.

It’s worth mentioning that the current Reddit mobile app was highly inspired by Alien Blue, the popular app the company acquired in 2014 and discontinued earlier this year.

Whether you’re frustrated with Reddit web UX and want a much better way for quick browsing or simply upgrade your procrastination toolkit, Deck for Reddit will do.
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