Peek is a client for Reddit that focuses solely on the image browsing experience of the site.
How is Peek different from other Reddit clients? Reddit is a great source of different images categorised into every topic imaginable, from adorable animals, to cheerful snapshots of everyday peculiarities, to grand and beautiful scenery of Earth.
But Reddit is much more than just images, and many apps are designed accordingly. They try to support every part of Reddit, which in most cases result in cluttered interfaces and tedious navigation.
So, instead of supporting all of the content of Reddit, Peek only displays content with pictures or animated images. The content is organised in way that enables the navigation to be similar, and hopefully familier to when you browse your personal gallery on your iPhone.
- Drag an image down to see a post's full title.
- Tap the subreddit name above a posts title to go that subreddit.
- Titles with cross posts have the subreddit name highlighted and tapping the name takes you to that subreddit.
- Double tap, or press and hold, the title select text. You can copy selected text or search for subreddits that matches the text - this is great for names. For instance, if you select New York and search Peek will display a list of subreddits related to New York.
- Tap the navigationbars title to view your multireddits.
- Tap the folder icon to manage your multis - from here you can add the Frontpage and the All page p tapping New
- Log in to view multireddits saved on your account
Made by Noa Witte