Reddit is one of the best places on the web to find all that is awesome, but sometimes it’s not easy to find the best posts on the platform. You might be wondering, how can this be made easier, and you know what? We’ve been wondering the same thing.
Find best Posts & Recommendations on Reddit
With that in mind, we decided to scour the web to locate the best tool that could aid in helping us find the best posts and recommendations on Reddit. Not surprisingly, we came across several online tools, including apps, that can do the job very well.
Since TWC is a Windows-focused website, we are only going to talk about the online tools that were designed for use via a web browser instead of Android and iOS apps.
1] Top Talked Books
If you love to read books, then you are the same as many liked-minding people on Reddit; therefore, you’re in luck. By visiting TopTalkedBooks.com, you can come across daily book recommendations from various sources, and Reddit is one of them.
Users can restrict themselves to Reddit-based sources only, but we wouldn’t recommend doing so, though the decision is up to you at the end of the day.
2] Walnut TV
Are you in love with watching YouTube just like the rest of us? OK, that’s cool because people share tons of videos on Reddit, so wouldn’t it be awesome to have them all in one place? We agree. To watch these YouTube videos, you will need to visit Walnut TV, and guess what? Each video can be viewed from within the tool itself.
No need to leave to YouTube unless you really want to leave a comment or whatever else that has nothing to do with watching.
We should also point out that Walnut.TV is also available for Android.
3] Things on Reddit
Folks are always sharing products on Reddit, so if you are out looking for something to buy or look at, then how about trying out ThingsOnReddit.com. If a product is shared multiple times by contributors, then chances are it will become a favorite.
Should the need arise, the user can sort products via karma, mentions, and more. As it stands, then, this is no doubt a powerful tool for finding great products for Christmas, the New Year, and other holidays.
What makes Unreadit.com unique among all the options on this list, is the fact that it is a newsletter. When using this tool, there is no need to visit Reddit on a regular basis. Just subscribe to the particular Newsletter you’re interested in, and that’s it, the job is done.
Sit back and wait for Unreadit to send you email newsletters from the subreddit you’ve subscribed to.
Did we miss any?