By Dominic, 11 June, 2023 Forum iOS and iPadOS Multiple sub credits are now shutting down indefinitely, whilst Apollo read it was shut down at the end of the month Here’s the website with the information https://9to5mac.com/2023/06/10/iphone-subreddit-going-dark-indefinitely/ Options Log in or register to post comments Comments I'll still be using reddit. But would be interested to know how many people left vs stayed. I wonder if reddit will go down after a year or so because of the thousands leaving along with their subs? I highly doubt that a few… I highly doubt that a few days of blackouts will kill Reddit. Most sighted people will continue to use it. However, I am curious if r/hpfanfiction will be part of the blackout. That's where I mainly spend my time. Shutting down a sub for a few days won't solve anything. If we look at the Twitter saga, we can see that many people left Twitter and migrated to Mastodon. Personally, I haven't left Twitter, but I don't check it as often as I used to because the site and app are difficult to navigate. Having promoted tweets every 2 or 3 tweets doesn't help either. I understand the need for ads, but when they start to overwhelm screen reader users, it becomes a problem. fair point. I may have forgot that sighted people exist :P Re: forgetting about the sights They are people too! They have rights. Bless 'em.