More side by side information. (Pictures next to captions, and other sorts - otherwise you're pressing so many buttons) Want to vote comments. Don't know if this is possible - but I'd love to be able to listen to Spotify with this app running. PROS: HEIGHT adjustment. Wow. I can lay down (problems caused, but arguably comfy) and see the content. FUTURE matrix stuff is what this reminds me of. CLICKABLE content like YouTube. GREEN/black layouts that are easier on the eyes than white. BROWSE options for subreddit, the keyboard, and getting around are awesome. Not worth 2.50, put that money toward a traditional ad free Reddit experience. I'll use this again and show it to people, but I'm not going to miss this app. Edit: How possible is the Spotify thing?
Please add "laying down" functionality like YouTube VR app. I bought this so I can waste time without holding my phone overhead. Hard to use on your back. Otherwise, cool!
Decent but for a paid app I expect it to be much better. I had trouble logging in through the Reddit app on my phone so I had to copy and paste the confirmation url. When sorting by top of all time it only shows five posts. Most importantly, It takes too long to go back to the list from a picture. The button press is very inconvenient, it should be a button on the remote. EDIT It took some getting used to but it turns out this app is phenomenal. Highly recommended!
Great job! Couple suggestions: the controller pointer (ray) needs to be downcast 15°. It's hard to point low. Clickable links would be great too. Keep it coming!
A cool start, but the UI is clunky. Scrolling is very jerky, going too slow and hard to get it to glide. To go back, you have to hold the general purpose button, but a short click doesn't seem to do much of anything. Also, holding the button to go back only works in certain places. It would be nice to support easy switching between multiple accounts. I'd also like a choice to filter out unsupported sites.
Haven't been able to log in once yet, sadly. I've tried deleting my other reddit apps, and every browser I have (Firefox, Chrome, Samsung Browser, and Dolphin). S8+, android version 7.0. Once I click Approve it goes back to the app, but I'm still signed out.
Minimalistic controller pointer style allows for better immersion without any distraction (some pointed out that it is immersion killer when, for example, laser pointer goes through the armrest of the armchair). Fixed head tracking issue on loading.