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The corporation behind the network apparently still isn't happy with the conversion rates, as some Redditors report that they can't use the mobile site without logging in or downloading the app anymore.
Katsucon was held between February 17-19, and the Underwatch meetup was a massive success, drawing huge crowds before the public side of the get-together was shut down.
You can make many of these the default Reddit link handlers, which will make Reddit links open in the apps, skipping the mobile website altogether.
Could it be that people browse the cosplay group while at work and that some cosplayers work for businesses that allow Reddit while taking an extremely reserved view on the human body? A great place to find content?.
At a guess; few people would call Reddit prudish and conservative.
Pinterest failed with a similar approach and is currently allowing people without accounts to view content on the platform again.
Hopefully, the company reverses its course and will let us choose our preferred Reddit browsing experience freely, but with the action it has taken, I wouldn't be surprised if it axes third-party apps next instead.