Wow it is like browsing reddit desktop site on mobile. This on my mobile, and "Joey for Reddit" on my tablet = perfect Reddit experience.
I hate the "rate our app" thing... but, it's good. Although I haven't tried anything else for my reddit addiction
Since the last update, it has been just... painfully slow. I still can't stand the official Reddit app, but I may start suffering through the mobile site if it doesn't stop taking five minutes to load a single post.
I've been using Reddit exclusively through this app for years, and I just couldn't be happier with it. Definitely recommended.
Seems like every update kills gif viewing in-app. Clicking "open in browser" on every single gif is a real pain. App used to be amazing but it really just gets worse and worse with each update
This isn't Reddit for Funs fault. The program worked great and was very user friendly. Been a big fan. However, the CEO and administration of Redsit has become increasingly hostile and dismissive of free speech and equal rights. Its a corrupted popularity contest where the schoolyard bullies pick who and what you can vote on, and will modify your account if you dont side with them. Shameful, but I guess its their legal right, so take this as a helpful warning.
4.5.30 (May 24):
• Fix GIFV/Gfycat
4.5.29 (May 20):
• Image upload progress and error messages
• Fix UI bugs, loading bugs, FCs
4.5.7 (Apr 28):
• New setting: Back button goes home
• Share images
• Toggle submit direct image link
• View wiki
• Use min comment score
4.4.22 (Apr 5):
• Copy to clipboard via Share
• Improved video playback
4.4.5 (Feb 19):
• PRO: In-app "New Modmail"
• Delete inbox messages
• Toggle /r/popular, /r/all, etc.
4.3.7 (Nov 18):
• PRO: Notifications for new posts