• Apollo is a third-party Reddit app three years in the making

    1 month ago - By iMore

    A former Apple employee just launched a new Reddit client built specifically for iOS, and it's fantastic.
    Christian Selig, a former Apple employee , released his new Reddit app Apollo today on the App Store. According to Selig, he worked nearly three years on perfecting the app in order to make it a perfect fit for iPhone and iPad users:
    While there are some nice , nothing exactly scratched my itch as to what a Reddit client could really achieve on iOS. Alien Blue came close, but still had a UI that especially once iOS 7 launched felt outdated and somewhat out of place on iOS. Android also...
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  • Beautiful, Modern, and Fast Reddit Client 'Apollo' Launches for iPhone and iPad After Years of Development

    Beautiful, Modern, and Fast Reddit Client 'Apollo' Launches for iPhone and iPad After Years of Development

    1 month ago - By Mac Rumors

    Christian Selig , a former Apple intern, has released a beautiful, modern, and fast Reddit client for iOS called Apollo after years of development.
    Apollo was created specifically with Apple's official iOS design guidelines in mind, with input from thousands of Reddit users for over two years. The app is very customizable in the Settings tab, where you can select compact or large post sizes, a light or dark theme, modify gestures, and much more.
    The dark mode can be enabled manually, scheduled at specific times, or set to activate automatically based on your device's brightness level.
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  • Former Apple employee launches beautiful iOS focused Reddit client

    Former Apple employee launches beautiful iOS focused Reddit client

    1 month ago - By 9to5Mac

    A new Reddit client has launched today for iPhone and iPad that has been built specifically with iOS in mind. Apollo is a full featured Reddit client with 3D Touch support, customizable gestures, a fast Jump Bar, and much more.
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