A List Of Alternative Interfaces To Reddit (Updated)

Listed below are some reasonably fast-loading alternative interfaces to Reddit.

These sites go down fairly often – if this happens you can switch to another instance. Regarding privacy, be advised that unknown organizations and individuals run these interfaces.

Here is a full list of LibReddit instances.

Details On The LibReddit Interface

LibReddit is similar to Teddit, but even more minimalist. Here’s a description of LibReddit from the developer:

  • Light: no JavaScript, no ads, no tracking, no bloat
  • Private: all requests are proxied through the server, including media
  • Secure: A strong Content Security Policy prevents browser requests to Reddit

Details On The Redlib Interface

Redlib is an interface that is similar to Libreddit but it’s more reliable. Reddit was blocking IPs from accessing the JSON endpoints, but Redlib doesn’t use those anymore. Instead, they emulate an official client, which currently doesn’t have any kind of IP blocking (probably because they don’t want to ban any mobile VPN users).

Details On The Teddit Interface

Update: Appears to be down, possibly permanently.

Teddit is an open-source alternative front-end to Reddit. It avoids Reddit tracking and ads and it doesn’t require JavaScript. The Teddit home page loads just 270 KB, which is much less than the 24 MB of the Reddit home page.

Automatically Redirect Your Browser To Alternative Interfaces

You can also use the LibRedirect browser extension to access alternative versions of Reddit.

The LibRedirect extension performs redirects for Reddit, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram to alternative interfaces.

Another alternative is the PrivacyRedirect browser extension.

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