The Reddit versatile application doesn't regularly get large updates, however this week was a special case, with the organization adding a new "Find Tab" and menus for overseeing memberships.
In a blog entry declaring the element, Reddit says that one out of five clients joined something like one new local area subsequent to utilizing the Discover Tab. Jason Costa, Reddit's overseer of item for content and networks, offered the accompanying explanation in the blog entry:
The Discover Tab is currently in the high level application route, supplanting the networks and memberships tab. Tapping it carries you to a scrollable framework rundown of Reddit content from an assortment of subreddits you may not currently be following.
Reddit says the Discover Tab populates content in view of both the subreddits you as of now follow and how long you spend in them. So assuming that you invest a great deal of energy in r/OLED, the tab will probably show content from other home theater or show tech