We love Reddit, but design zealots will be quick to decry its appearance as a leftover artifact from Web 1.0. It's relatively minimalist, it's text-heavy, the comments are not organized intuitively, and it's just not "pretty" in the way that so many other sites nowadays are.
For example, the homepage:
And the comments section of a post:
If you want to consume all those delightful links and hilarious memes in a thoughtful and well-put-together environment, you need to look elsewhere. That's where an iPad app called Biscuit comes in.
Biscuit functions as something of a skin for Reddit. All the same content and functionality is there — you can upvote, downvote, submit links, and go about your general Reddit business, but you get to do so inside an aesthetically pleasing, sexed-up environment. Check it out.
Here's the front page of Reddit as it appears in Biscuit.