Good Layout - Intuitive to Use I definitely enjoy this app. I have many praises for it ranging from ease of use, extent of customization, and formatting of layout to its minimal lag in processing (it's clean and fast). My only complaint about it has been that it'll occasionally throw errors when trying to play .gif files, but even then that's maybe once a month. It's also possible that my phone is responsible for the issue (or perhaps even Reddit or the source hosting the .gif). I know the app developers have previously patched this.
I miss Alien Blue I just switched to an Android phone from and iPhone and I really miss Alien Blue. Being able to swipe back and forth across pages was nice. Up voting and down voting was easier. I liked the homepage better (it was nice being able to see my profile stats, casual subreddits, and subscribed subreddits all on one page). Overall the app is alright and reliable. I just preferred Alien Blue's interface.
Still better than the official Reddit app in so many different ways. The gifs load fast, you can have multiple accounts saved to your app, you can easily swap between subreddits without having to type its full name in, there are no ads... So many things.
Good app, but it keeps crashing This app has crashed 3 times in the last hour, which is pretty disappointing. Not sure why this is happening so much but the app is basically unusable since it closes and resets itself everytime it crashes. I have to reload the subreddits and find my links again every single time. Edit 9/19/16: app is still crashing, more than it did 3 months ago. Wish they would fix this.
Great way to browse reddit This app is the best current way to browse reddit on mobile. I like the ability to view comment karma in your profile, as well lining to the comment context, which the official app does not support. It's also easier to tap the right place, where the official app will often misplace your tap if you're a few pixels off. Additionally, this app is very stable - the official app would lag and freeze quite often.
Crashes like craaazy [i wrote this maybe 2 months ago and it's still true... docking a star because it's still not fixed after multiple updates] I exclusively use this app to browse reddit and lately it's been non-stop crashes. It makes it really hard to do anything when it crashes every 5-10 mins. There's plenty of space left on my phone and I never really have too many apps open so idk what the problem is. LGG4.
4.1.33 (Sep 13):
• Fixed novelty comment FC
4.1.32 (Aug 27):
• Disable auto-transcoding GIFs, due to errors
• Subreddit-specific report reasons
• Reduce card margins
• "Post karma"
• Fix mod status after switching accounts
• Fix UI bugs, update libraries
4.1.18 (June 15):
• Handle restrictions on stickyable posts
4.1.15 (May 27):
• Settings > About > Suggest ideas
• Block users via Inbox replies
4.1.7 (Apr 6):
• Changed app icon
• New setting: Chrome Custom Tabs
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