AMRC for iPhone and iPad lets you swipe and flick your way through reddit

AMRC for iPhone and iPad lets you swipe and flick your way through reddit

AMRC is a newer reddit client for both iPhone and iPad that is mainly gesture driven and allows you to swipe in and out of any menu instead of having to use navigation menus. Outside of a quicker way to browse, AMRC also offers sync support through, full reddit markup support, and more.

The free version of AMRC will let you browse reddit front pages and sign in to view your subreddits. To access all the features AMRC has to offer you can upgrade to the pro version which adds searching, private messages, commenting, a night mode, and more.

One thing AMRC excels at is fast browsing via gestures but other than that, a lot of other reddit clients such as Ruby and Alien Blue offer a lot of the same feature set. If you're a reddit junkie, have you tried AMRC? Which reddit client do you prefer?

Allyson Kazmucha

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Krpano says:

I've been reading imore for quite some time and finally sign up to leave my comment about this app.
I was so satisfied with the interface that i bought the Pro version.
Easy to use, no clutter, fast, swipe navigation and comment in the same page as the images that is why i chose it. plus the dev is very active at /r/amrc and provide fast solutions for problems.
One of the best apps i bought, no regrets...:)

Chanlion says:

I really do like the sidebar which has everything, really nice. Looks good so far, props up to the dev.

I just noticed the gestures feel a lot like BB10 cascades gestures. Especially the side nav bar minus the black. Gestures just feel smoother than buttons.

Allyson Kazmucha says:

The only thing I don't really care for is the default font choice, but pro users can change that :)