After one of the more recent updates of the Reddit app, users were left confused about where the 'Log out' button was located since it got removed from plain sight.
If you're using Reddit's services often, you might find this issue a bit annoying because logging out from an app shouldn't take so much time.
I have been using Reddit for years now, and once I log in from a new phone, I never log out. When I tried to find the 'Log out' button with the new update, I struggled as well.
However, once you get a grip of where the new 'Log out' button is located, you'll be back to using and logging out from Reddit as you previously did - fast and smooth.
In this article, we'll cover logging out from Reddit using all types of mobile devices - iPhones, Androids, and the web browser version. Check out the steps down below!
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Many users use multiple accounts on Reddit, one for private browsing, and one for work-related purposes, per se. In this case, to avoid getting too many notifications, some users decide to log out and log back into the account when they need to.
In addition, Reddit launched 'Anonymous' browsing, which doesn't require an account to be created, all while using Reddit's services with no limits to your account activity. However, Bear in mind, IP addresses can still be tracked.
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Follow these steps to find the logout button on the Reddit app for iOS:
Note: In previous Reddit versions, the Reddit avatar linked to your profile was located in the upper-left corner.
Follow these steps to log out from the Reddit app using an Android smartphone/tablet:
Note: Depending on which device you’re using, and which Reddit version, the avatar icon might be located both in the top-right or the top-left icon.
Even though many of the steps have been altered with several past updates, after reading this article, the logging out process shouldn't take more than a couple of seconds of your time.
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