The newest updates remove my favorite feature of this app,the external link pop-up. It helps prevent me from visiting sites I don't want to see, and stops videos for playing but mistake. I can't seem to find an option to bring it back. I know most people want instant gratification and having to click okay to view content is annoying, but this was my main reason for using th is app.
*** 3.5.24 update bricked imgur links on my Cyanogen Touchpad, still great on my Nexus 5. Great app, super easy to use. Fast.
Solid Reddit app, easier to get to the subreddit I want. Some links don't work. Navigation is oftentimes unintuitive.
I just bought the app after using free version about a year just to support you guys. I really wish there was a way to tell the difference between your lite and regular versions. Especially since you say to have them both installed if you lose your accounts. Side by side in the app drawer and even when you open it, how can I tell which is which? Even in the app store once purchased I don't know which to uninstall now. Supporting you shouldn't make my life more difficult.
My favorite Reddit app, I highly recommend it. I've been using this app for almost 2 years and it is regularly updated. It also has a nice UI with good customization options.
The spoiler tags being yellow is a God send, was just the thing I needed to make the difference. Best reddit app by far.
4.4.5 (Feb 19):
• Mods (PRO): In-app "New Modmail", requires Moderator features enabled in settings
• Profile comments show subreddit
• Handle reddit links in WebView
• Delete inbox messages
• Ignore subreddit filters in owned multireddits
• Report violation reasons
• Toggle /r/popular, /r/all, etc.
• Fixed comment quote bugs
4.3.19 (Jan 2):
• Preview selftext in cards
• Inbox conversation URL intent filter
4.3.7 (Nov 18):
• Pro: Notifications for new posts