If I could I would turn reddit into a place where we could all talk and expand the consciousness of the world. Either that, or open a mental hospital. My favorite app hands down! :D
Solid I've been using this app for a couple of years. It's only fair I finally make my way over here to review it. I am sure its not perfect, but I use it daily without any complaints. So its close enough for me.
Fast and efficient Browsing Reddit through the browser is a pain. With this it allows images and pages to load with a low memory footprint. The ads are labeled visibly and for the most part unobtrusive. Unfortunately, when loading webpages within the app, there is no way to block those ads.
Just like the Reddit page on my computer It's great, there's really nothing more to improve on, other than maybe allowing us to access a subreddit of a post directly from the browsing page. would bang 5/5
A pleasure to use This app does everything I need on a Galaxy S3 as RES does on a PC. This newer version works even better on a Samsung Tab A. Reddit never looked so good.
The way things have been going I will give this a one star. As many others have posted in the reviews here, I cannot open anything from imgur, which is pretty much any picture, album and half of the gifs out there. It has been happening to me for a while, not just since the last update, I'm giving up... Oh and I hope I get one of those helpful responses about how reddit is down and it isn't our fault. Those look sweet.
3.9.24 (December 14):
• (3.9.24) Fix FCs, UI bugs
• New setting: URLs to open in external apps
• Multireddit as homepage
• Filter posts by domain
• Toggle reply notifications
• Mods: Ban users
• Mods: Lock posts
• Mail count in notification
• Asterisk on edited posts/comments
3.8.10 (November 8):
• (3.8.10) Fix FCs, WebView, UI bugs
• Collapse child comments, selfposts
• Mods: Show report reasons
• New setting: Imgur over HTTPS
• Require HTTPS for reddit.com
• LG Dual Window
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