Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest all have millions of users. But Reddit remains the place to hang out and kill time for many of us. Accessing Reddit on your iPhone or iPad is not that hard considering all the third-party clients that are available for this social network. Ruby for Reddit happens to be another lightweight app you can use you to keep up with your favorite Reddit stories.
Ruby not only looks elegant but has a ton of convenient features for Reddit users. For starters, it has a full screen mode with slide out sidebar. Users can view their subscribed subreddits and search for stories with ease. They can view comments, liked, disliked, and saved stories. Ruby remembers your history too. The premium version of this application brings a custom dark mode, 12 custom fonts, password protection, and ad removal option. You can try Ruby for free. This is a universal application.
Speaking of cook iPhone apps, it seems VLC has finally made it back to the App Store. For those of you who might not remember, VLC for iOS was available for download for a while before getting removed in 2011. Considering that iOS users have probably moved on since then, VLC might not get the attention it deserves. It is still a pretty solid app to use when you can’t try video streaming. You can download VLC 2.0.1 for free from the App Store.