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The Great Big List of Lemmy Apps

Lemdro.id App List

This is a curated list of various apps for Lemmy, an open-source federated alternative to Reddit. The list includes web apps, Android and iOS clients, as well as Linux and browser extensions.

The Lemdro.id Lemmy App List will be kept updated and evergreen. Feel free to share or pin across your respective communities and instances. Comment below if you have a suggestion.

Don't forget that you can also add the main https://lemdro.id page to your home screen. The mobile version is surprisingly good!

Notes:

  • Originally adapted from [email protected].
  • Lemmy apps haven't been audited for security vulnerabilities. Use at your own discretion.

Web Tools

Lemmy Instance Assistant

A browser extension to make Lemmy and Kbin easier to use (GitHub).

Web Apps

Voyager

Formerly wefwef. An Apollo-like web client for Lemmy. Works great on mobile and desktop (Github, Play Store, Web App).

mlmym

A familiar Reddit-like desktop experience for lemmy (Github, Web App).

Nemmy

The Neat Lemmy App for the Web (Github, Web App).

Photon

An alternative web client for Lemmy with the UI of Xylo (Github, Web App, [email protected]).

Alexandrite

A desktop-first alternative web UI for Lemmy (Github, Web App, [email protected]).

Createlab

A Lemmy UI rewrite in SvelteKit. (Github, Web App Preview).

Leanish

A lean-ish web client for Lemmy (Github, Web App).

Android

Jerboa

The Official Android Lemmy client (Github, Play Store, [email protected]).

Thunder

A Lemmy client for iOS and Android built with Flutter (Github, IzzyDroid, [email protected]).

Liftoff

A mobile client for Lemmy (Github, Play Store, [email protected]).

Connect for Lemmy

Aimed at being easy to understand, fast, and clean (Play Store, [email protected]).

Summit

A mobile Lemmy client aimed at being fast, simple, and effective (Play Store, [email protected]).

Lemming

An Android client for Lemmy (Github, [email protected]).

Arctius for Lemmy

A simple and accessible mobile client for Lemmy built on React Native (Github, [email protected]).

Beyond

An Android and iOS Lemmy built heavily inspired by Infinity for Reddit (Announcement, Play Store)

Lemmotif for Lemmy

A simple app for Lemmy (Play Store, [email protected]).

Infinity for Everything

Alpha available! Fork of the full-featured Reddit app for Lemmy (Github)

Infinity for Lemmy

New project! A clean UI and smooth browsing Lemmy client written in Java, fork of the full-featured Reddit app (Codeberg, Announcement).

Slide for Lemmy

Builds are available! Developer is working on bringing this full-featured Reddit app to Lemmy (Github).

Sync for Lemmy

Initial release of their Reddit app brought to Lemmy (Play Store, [email protected]).

Boost for Lemmy

Coming soon! Developer is working on bringing their full-featured Reddit app to Lemmy (Play Store, [email protected]).

Artemis

Coming soon! React Native + Typescript app for Android and iOS that uses its own API to scrape kbin (Dev Diary, Discord, [email protected]).

Warami

Coming soon! A mobile app in early development (Github).

iOS

Memmy for iOS

An Apollo-inspired iOS client for Lemmy (Github, Testflight, [email protected]).

Thunder App

A Lemmy client for iOS and Android built with Flutter (Github, Testflight, [email protected]).

Mlemapp

An open source Lemmy client focused on ease of use, intuitiveness, and optimization (Github, Testflight, [email protected]).

Liftoff

A mobile client for Lemmy (Github, Testflight, [email protected]).

Olympus

An Apollo-inspired iOS client for Lemmy (Testflight, [email protected]).

Lemmios

An Apollo-inspired iOS client for Lemmy (GitHub, Testflight, [email protected]).

Artemis

Coming soon! React Native + Typescript app for Android and iOS that uses its own API to scrape kbin (Dev Diary, Discord, [email protected]).

Ares

Coming soon! A mobile app in early development (Github).

Beyond

Coming soon! An Android and iOS Lemmy built heavily inspired by Infinity for Reddit (Announcement)

Morpha

Coming soon! An Android and iOS Lemmy built heavily inspired by Infinity for Reddit (Announcement, [email protected])

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