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Mike Thompson

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from browsing through Reddit with the help of Apollo for Reddit. Apollo for Reddit is one of, if not the best Reddit app available on the App Store. Some people even like it better than the original Reddit app. And there’s a reason for that. Apollo was created with an iOS design. The app is fast, easy to use, and offers a bunch of features you won’t find anywhere else. It’s got a super-charged media viewer that lets you load images, GIFs, and videos faster, you can customize your own gestures for faster and easier navigation, and it even has a Face ID, Touch ID, or passcode lock. All that is packed inside a clean and straightforward user interface. And the best part is, you can now have the same type of experience on your Mac. Granted, it probably won’t be as slick as when you use Apollo on your iPhone or iPad, but if you’ve used the Reddit website, you’ll know the user interface in Apollo, or any app for that matter, beats the website by a longshot. 3. Among Us If you haven’t at least heard of Among Us, you’ve probably been living under a rock for the past year or so. This was one of the most popular games of 2020 and it’s still going strong this year. Among Us is a social game where you play with a crew to try to prepare your ship for departure. The thing is, not everyone is on your side. There are impostors on the ship that will try to sabotage your travel and kill you during the process. Your job is to prepare the ship

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