Alternatives to Reddit for all platforms with any license

  • Stack Exchange icon

    Stack Exchange

    Stack Exchange is a fast-growing network of 84 [and counting] question and answer sites on diverse topics from software programming to...

    Free Web / Cloud Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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    Voat is a censorship-free community platform based in Switzerland where content is submitted, organized, moderated and voted on...

    Open Source Web / Cloud

  • Quora icon

    Quora is a question/answer service allowing users to pose questions that other users can answer, each question and answer can have...

    Free Web / Cloud Android iPhone

  • Hacker News icon

    Hacker News

    Hacker News is a social news website that caters to programmers and entrepreneurs, delivering content related to computer science and...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Digg icon


    Digg delivers the most interesting and talked-about stories on the Web right now. IPhone and iPad apps available. * Read every...

    Free Web / Cloud iPhone iPad

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    A social bookmarking website for visual contents — allows you to remember your favorite images around the web, and share...

    Freemium Web / Cloud iPhone iPad

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    News for nerds, stuff that matters. Slashdot (aka /.) is a technology-related news and discussion site with a focus on Linux, free and...

    Open Source Web / Cloud

  • Telescope icon


    Telescope is an open-source app that lets you easily set up your own online community.You can use it to create your own discussion...

    Open Source Web / Cloud Self-Hosted

  • 4chan icon


    4chan is a simple image-based bulletin board where anyone can post comments and share images. There are boards dedicated to a variety...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Hubski icon


    Hubski is a community for sharing thoughtful information and conversation. Here you can find interesting stories, ideas and events...

    Free Web / Cloud

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    Kliqqi - formerly known as Pligg CMS - is a powerful content management system that lets you to easily create a social network or...

    Open Source Linux Web / Cloud

  • spreadit Discontinued

    spreadit is a link aggregator and bullshit generator. It combines the best of structured conversations of reddit, the ability to...

    Open Source Linux BSD

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    Snapzu is basically reddit alternative. It is a bit better looking, and the community is rather small so far, but growing. Official...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Riple icon


    Discover and share the best web content together. Join groups to discover content curated by like minded people. Push your favorite...

    Free iPhone

  • Clipped icon


    Clipped summarizes news articles into bullet points. It's patent pending algorithm extracts the most important information from...

    Free Web / Cloud Android iPhone Chrome OS

  • icon aims to be the premier news and information source for the free software community. We provide comprehensive coverage of...

    Open Source Web / Cloud

  • demcra icon


    The democratic reddit alternative.

    Open Source Web / Cloud

  • Frizbee icon


    We're the only decentralized democratic social aggregator website, and we put a big focus on privacy.

    Free Web / Cloud

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  • Skimur icon


    A community where people can discuss topics and share information safely.

    Free Windows

  • Noosfeer icon


    Noosfeer, the simplest way to discover inspirational stories and ideas on the web.

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Lainchan icon


    Lainchan is a great imageboard package, actively building on it and adding a lot of features and other improvements.

    Free Web / Cloud

  • ZapChain icon


    ZapChain is a collection of communities where you can earn bitcoin for posting great content and joining discussions.

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Empeopled icon


    Empeopled is a content-sharing community that Pays a dividend when people up-vote your posts and comments Gives you more influence...

    Free Web / Cloud Android iPhone

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    quippd Discontinued

    quippd is a social news site that anyone can edit.

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Steemit icon


    A non-censored social platform where users are incentivized to contribute and curate content. The users decide what is valuable by...

    Open Source Web / Cloud

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    Domain Probe

    A vote driven user content forum with a suite of programs to check the records and availability of domains. Read funny links and...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • icon is a social news website, where everybody can create and nurture a community on any subject. Key aspects of are...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • WallKeeper icon


    WallKeeper is a community powered news aggregator. There are categories dedicated to different topics where users can post links...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Linkibl icon


    Linkibl is where you can discover and share the Internet's most interesting content every day.

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Commentum

    A Social Network without voting or likes, just comments. The more momentum your entry builds, the higher it get in the feed.

    Free Web / Cloud

  • MetaFilter icon


    Weblog that anyone can contribute a link or comment to. A typical weblog is one person posting their thoughts on the unique things...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • TopTopic icon


    TopTopic is an uplifting space to create, discover, discuss and earn from compelling content.

    Free Web / Cloud

  • PushdUp icon

    PushdUp Discontinued

    A user curated news aggregator site that focuses on high quality articles.

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web / Cloud Android iPhone ... Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad

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Reddit Comments

kinda sucks

Negative Comment by jamiegray
about Reddit Jul 2016

came looking for an alternative to reddit because reddit's user interface is ugly (online; the apps can be quite nice) ...but unfortunately voat is the exact same thing as reddit the only difference is that there are no moderators.


Where can I find alternatives platforms for community managers and developers?

Comment by Zizoo
about Reddit and vBulletin Jun 2014

You can make a subreddit easily enough and become a mod there, or you can take the source and use it on your own website, since the code is free. I'd like to have a way to show Reddit alternatives specific to this usage? For instance one might list vBulletin as an alternative.



Negative Comment by n-----
about Reddit and Snapzu, Digg Jan 2014

When Digg it was kind of cool and got ruined by investors that removed the top 700 users to be able to push their own stories more effectively.
At that time the kids with absolutely no friends discovered reddit and liked the puristic look.
Reddit grew and even was able to shake of some of the control Condé Nast has and become the number one in aggregating links. Hooray.
But just like every system the ideals and rules fail at some point in time. So Reddit got more and more users, reposts became daily and even though the content got more and more mainstream (by deleting subs such as jailbait etc.) the number of users was still increasing. Everybody can create a sub and discuss anything. And that "anything" led to the most absurd and even illegal subs. So moderators of subs were enabled to ban users. That wasn't part of the original reddit concept and made reddit the next dig: a crappy bloated system with unbearable people in power.
Reddit calls one of the most devlish functions "shadow ban" and allows all mods to ban users from subs they moderate or even from entire reddit. There is even a sub about that:

But, you can guess, this was a stupid idea because it became a tool for many to silence users with opinions they just didn't like.
Tools to check on bans emerged: and there are hordes of internet bullies trolling the s*#t out of reddit.

New communities like 9Gag or SnapZu are comming up with more creativity and/or focus on certain aspects of digital life.


The narwhal bacons at midnight...

Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Reddit Sep 2011

I like Reddit better than Digg because I can filter what things I see on there. My Reddit homepage consists entirely of pictures of cats, PC building tips, and rage comics. More or less.

What I DON'T like about Reddit is that their website is super-slow. Reloading the homepage takes a million years, and every once in a while, loading the comments section just causes my old Windows computer to freeze for 10 seconds. :(