Old Reddit Redirect is a incognito extension for chrome. also, it is reddit extension. it's a free extension , it has 90,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 4.76 from 250 rated user, last update is 85 days ago.
Dislike Reddit's redesign? Old Reddit Redirect will ensure that you always load the old (old.reddit.com) design instead. Forces all reddit.com links to old.reddit.com, including navigating to the site, opening links or using old bookmarks. Unlike the account setting for turning off the design, this works regardless of whether you are logged in or not or in incognito mode. Old Reddit Redirect is free and open source software. The code is available at https://github.com/tom-james-watson/old-reddit-redirect. Pull requests are more than welcome.
You could download the latest version crx file or older version files and install it.
English (United States).
79% user give 5-star rating, 7% user give 4-star rating, 5% user give 3-star rating, 5% user give 2-star rating, 4% user give 1-star rating. Read reviews of old reddit redirect
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Not a big fan of the direction Reddit is going in, used to be you could freely browse the website without being bugged to register, or suddenly having a pop-up blocking what you were reading, or hiding information because it was deemed "dangerous". This add-on is nice because it simply adds the "old." to the Reddit URL, allowing you to use Reddit like it was intended instead of the greedy, ridiculous website it has become.
Does exactly what it's supposed to and nothing more. Only realized I need to rate it when I tried viewing www.reddit.com instead of old.reddit.com and got redirected. The new site has been evicted from my mind for not paying rent, and this extension is my landlord's lawyer. 5/5, perfection.