Amazon has not been shy to reject apps made for the Fire TV that stray too far from their vision of an Android powered streaming device. That’s why it comes at no surprise that ReddTV, a Reddit client made specifically for the Fire TV, was rejected from Amazon’s Fire TV appstore. The app allows you to browse Reddit, vote on posts, and read comments all with the Fire TV’s remote. It even integrates with OneTube, if installed, to seamlessly play YouTube videos posted to Reddit.
Amazon’s issue with the app seems to stem from the adult content found on Reddit. The developer of the app says Amazon’s reason for rejecting the app was that “the content is not appropriate for Fire TV.” As a result, the developer has made the apps APK file available on their website for anyone to download and sideload onto a Fire TV. Give the app a try, and if you like it, buy the developer a beer by donating through their website.