When comparing Reddit's .compact view vs redkit for reddit, the Slant community recommends Reddit's .compact view for most people. In the question“What is the best Reddit app for Android?” Reddit's .compact view is ranked 13th while redkit for reddit is ranked 16th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Amazing clean intuitive UI
Pro Better privacy
Android apps typically require a ton of permissions that allow them to track you and your friends.
Pro Nothing to install
By using the devices default browser to view the site users will not need to install anything. They save room on their device for other things.
Pro Can subscribe and unsubscribe from the app
Users can subscribe to subreddits as well as unsubscribe from within the app, meaning users will not have to leave the app in order to control what they are subscribed to.
Pro Simple navigation
By keeping the interface minimal with only showing one post at a time it is easy to navigate through swipes to see content, keeping the focus on single items.
Con Unattractive UX
The Reddit mobile web application lacks some of the nicer user experiences that other, native clients have.
Con In beta
redkit for reddit is still in beta which means there may be broken or missing features.