If you’re using the Reddit app, the best place to go to browse content and find new communities is Discover. It uses your preferences and actions to recommend things you’re likely to enjoy.
How to use Discover
You can access Discover by tapping the compass icon (the second tab from the left) at the bottom of the app. Once you’re there, you can browse posts and communities by tapping on different topics to find content about your particular interests.
Tapping on any post in Discover, takes you to a feed of related posts. From there, you can tap on any post to join the conversation in the comments.
And if you don’t like what you’re seeing, you can improve Discover by giving feedback about what you do and don’t want to see. Just long press on a post (tap and hold it) to open up the feedback menu, then select Show more posts like this or Show fewer posts like this.
Currently, Discover doesn’t feature posts that are text-only or Not Safe for Work (NSFW), so if you’re looking for that type of content, it’s best to use search to find what you’re looking for.
If you have more questions that aren’t covered in these FAQs, check out r/help. Someone may have had the same question, or you can ask a new one and a Reddit administrator or one of your fellow redditors will help you out.