Reddit can now translate posts into eight different languages when viewing posts on Reddit’s iOS or Android apps or on the web while logged out, according to a post by a Reddit admin (employee). . First, posts can be translated into English, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch and Swedish.
I saw this post from France and tried it. It’s in French, but you can translate it to English by clicking the “translate” link in the top left of the post while logged out of the web. If you log in to the iOS app, you will also see a “Translate” link.
However, you probably still can’t read the fully translated thread. Reddit has just started experimenting with translating comments under posts for iOS and Android only. However, while full translation of posts and comments seems to be Reddit’s plan, the admin writes, “Soon the entire conversational experience on Reddit could be multilingual!”
The admin’s post also reminds users that Reddit is deprecating their old coin system, meaning they won’t be able to thank strangers for their gold any time soon. The last day the coin will work is Tuesday 12th September, and according to the admins, Reddit has already scrapped the old Reddit design and the ability to award prizes for the “mobile desktop experience” (think mobile web). It is said that he did.
Reddit has promised to introduce some sort of reward system in the future, but has yet to reveal details. Android permissions We found evidence on Reddit’s Android app that the new system could potentially allow users to turn gold and Reddit karma into real money, but it doesn’t seem like a great replacement.