- A host of third-party Reddit apps have shut down following new API changes.
- Affected apps include Apollo, Sync for Reddit, BaconReader, and more.
- Relay for Reddit continues to work amid a shift to a subscription-based model.
Reddit announced controversial API changes last month, set to come into effect from July 1. The developers of third-party apps decried the changes, noting that Reddit’s new API costs were prohibitively expensive and that they’d be forced to shut down as a result.
Well, that day has come and several major third-party Reddit apps have indeed shut down on July 1.