Normally works very well, always my favorite reddit app. This latest update messed something up though. I cannot get anything to load, and have already gone through troubleshooting my internet, so it's not on my side.
Been getting a bug. Cards will pop up for a few seconds and then disappear to the normal reddit style. I prefer cards. It's not that I turned off ads because I still get banner ads at the bottom. I haven't changed anything it just stopped working today.
As time goes on, I find that the most important feature needed for Reddit is the option to ignore users. I'd happily buy the paid version of this app if it meant I could ignore users. Sadly this app does not let you ignore anyone.
Very full feature list and feels like the real site. The gestures are severely lacking though. You can't swipe to go back or to collapse comments or upvote.
I've been using this app for years, and I've been very happy with it. Recently, though, it started crashing.. a lot. Probably every 10 minutes of use. Why does it crash so much?
It's hard to find any faults with this app.. full of options, lets you save drafts for replies, finds and posts deleted comments. I've tried the Reddit mobile app, the Boost app, and this one. I prefer this one.
4.8.18 (Dec 2):
• Huge memory savings for image viewer
• Faster images in cards
• Remove bad Unicode from titles
• Fix blog.imgur.com
• Fix network, video, ad bugs
4.8.8 (Nov 18):
• Save comments removed by mods
4.8.2 (Oct 13):
• Markdown editor
• Save and manage drafts
• Adaptive icon on Android 8
4.7.23 (Oct 7):
• New setting: Appearance > Auto-rotate in fullscreen
4.7.5 (Aug 11):
• Play YouTube, v.redd.it, MP4, WebM
4.6.5 (Jul 4):
• PRO: In-app image albums