Best Reddit app available Force closes sometimes, but overall the best Reddit app I've used. There should be a minor tutorial on how to access things via their website and such, which is possible, but takes some tinkering to figure out how. Very nice job.
Not worth the bandwidth... Maybe good on other devices but for me it didn't work out. First it was forced closed. Next time out ran ok but when I click browse a hint came for pull down. I don't know how to remove that. Plus many features are'coming soon'.
Not tablet optimized Can't be happy with a phone layout on a Nexus 7. Will re-install and rate 5 stars when the app is updated with a holo interface that scales well across resolutions.
Doesn't work for me! Unfortunately all I get is a big arrow saying pull bar down...etc etc. I can see the nice reddit page behind it but no matter what I do it just remains on the screen the whole time. I've rated it based on how I think it may work if it worked on my phone. Shame. It looked very nice.
Favorite reddit app I've used reddit is fun, baconreader before it was made public and ad's were added and a few other reddit apps, but this one is by far my favorite. The interface is a bit more subjective but if it appeals to your tastes then you are good to go. Only issue is that it foce closes occasionally, otherwise it's the best reddit app currently
Incomplete Features that are critical display a "coming soon" message... Apps like flow and baconreader work now. Goodbye to an otherwise promising app.
• Quick Fix: Crash, when "VISIT SUBREDDIT" is pressed
• Quick Fix: not being able to scroll for some devices
• NEW: Comment Edit / Remove / Text Copy / Comment Link Sharing / Comment Reporting
• NEW: Single Click Comment Hiding
• NEW: Flairs
• BUG FIX: Crash on Google Play Link
• BUG FIX: Crash while refreshing Browse View
• BUG FIX: Double Actionbar on low res-phone
• BUG FIX: Huge actionbar icons on JB
• BUG FIX: No more menu button on ICS/HC/JB