Review: Browse images on Reddit faster with RedditPics

At a Glance
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    PCWorld Rating

    Many people visit Reddit to view funny photos, but there is an easier way to see them. RedditPics provides thumbnails of photos currently in the Pictures subreddit.

The Pictures subreddit is one of the most popular on Reddit. It's where users post funny, quirky, unique images for people to laugh over, ponder, and pass around. But navigating the interface and individually opening each link, then closing it to move to the next one, is time-consuming and tedious.

The RedditPics interface is faster to navigates than the Pictures subreddit.

Enter RedditPics. It scrapes the pictures from this subreddit and presents lots of them on one page. At first, the site looks harder to navigate than reddit.com, but if you click the first picture, you will see what makes this site preferable. When you click a photo, you can vote it up or down as well as view and leave comments.

When you finished with an image, forward and back buttons will move you to the next image. Don't like that one? Click the forward button and see the next one. Whiz through all the images until you find the one you're looking for. It's a lot faster than opening each link on reddit.com.

Note: The Download button takes you to the vendor's site.

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At a Glance
  • PCWorld Rating

    Many people visit Reddit to view funny photos, but there is an easier way to see them. RedditPics provides thumbnails of photos currently in the Pictures subreddit.

    Pros

    • Vote and comment via an inline pop-up box
    • Hover over photo thumbnail to see post title and current comment/vote counts

    Cons

    • Thumbnail view is very small
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