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Reddit’s Paid API Plan Could Be the End of Free Third-Party Apps

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Reddit's Paid API Plan Could Be the End of Free Third-Party Apps

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Reddit has announced that it will be updating its terms for developers, limiting access to its Developer Platform and commercializing its API.

The company claims that the API will still be accessible for appropriate use cases, but will introduce rate limits.

However, details on costs, appropriate use cases, and access to mature content have not been provided.

One Reddit app developer has confirmed that Reddit is moving to a paid API model, with costs based on usage.

This change will significantly impact the third-party application landscape for Reddit, with many free apps disappearing or moving to a subscription model.

Apps optimized for mature content may also need to charge for access.

Reddit plans to reveal more information in the coming weeks, with the updated terms and API access launching in June.

This move is similar to Twitter’s decision to drop its free API.

This article was updated 1 month ago

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