Loved the app. Still use it all the time, but with the recent update the Ads change size at random times and makes me click a wrong link. Extra frustrating when you have a YouTube video playing in the background and it makes you click a video link, thus losing the video you were on previously.
Still struggling with constant crashing. It sucks when you have been browsing for a while, or have come back to an old article only to have rif crash and lose the page listing. That said, it is a large but singular niggle I have.
Can't use the app for more than a few minutes before it crashes. Gifs either won't load or crash the app every time. Seems like the app gets worse with every update.
It's been many months, and they still haven't fixed the Twitter issue. I have to clear my cache for this app more than a dozen times a day because it freaks out when I click any Reddit post linked to Twitter. They're aware of this issue, and if they use Reddit at all, they're also aware of how widespread Twitter links are on Reddit.
Reddit and the spoiler tags arent broken. Finally I can read /r/asoiaf on my phone without missing half the convo!
Works perfectly but occasionally refuses to show me anything no matter how many times I hit refresh, have to install it again at that point. Otherwise perfect with that dark theme etc
4.6.8 (Jul 16):
• Fix UI bugs, loading bugs
4.6.5 (Jul 4):
• PRO: In-app image albums
• Faster selfpost loading
• Mods: Ignore reports
• Report spammer via profile
• Handle post-to-profile URLs
• Fix v.redd.it
4.5.33 (Jun 1):
• Disabled cards for images on /r/all and /r/popular
4.5.7 (Apr 28):
• New setting: Back button goes home
• Share images
• Toggle submit direct image link
• View wiki
• Use min comment score
4.4.5 (Feb 19):
• PRO: In-app "New Modmail"