Reddit remains a highly popular community news and forum site, and today it launched official mobile apps for iOS and Android platforms. However, it looks like Reddit won't extend the same effort to the Windows platform, at least for now.

Alex Le, Reddit's VP of Consumer Product, posted a simple "No" answer when asked today by a user if there were plans for an official Windows mobile app. However, as many Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile users already know, there are some solid third-party Reddit apps that can be downloaded from the Windows Store right now.

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They include apps like Readit, Reddify, and Baconit. All three are UWP apps and work with Windows 10 on both pC and Mobile. Which third-party Reddit app for Windows is your favorite and why? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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