Reddit New API Pricing just killed a popular Reddit Client app

Manoj Ahirwar
ILLUMINATION
Published in
2 min readJun 10, 2023

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Recently, Reddit has followed in the footsteps of Twitter, announcing its decision to start charging fees for API usage. Following the lead of these tech giants, the introduction of an API usage fee is not entirely unexpected, but the implications it carries for third-party apps relying on these platforms are momentous and potentially devastating.

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