Functional Bug report: all links are broken for me and can't be clicked in self posts nor comments. I expect a hot fix as soon as possible.
Easiest Reddit app to navigate A lot of the Reddit apps are really clunky and big, or too damn bare bones to ever get anywhere without everything crashing. It has its little quirks, but this app easily surpasses all the competition. After all theae I finally start finding myself paying attention to Reddit.
OK mod tools but lacks some pic formats PNG & certain animation/movie types don't show up at all. Also, the app doesn't support sub-specific report reasons.
A few bugs /r/betternews thumbnails do not display and the comments and votes are always zero, but if you click through and go to the thread you realize that this is false and the thread actually has loads of votes, comments and a thumbnail.
Giving reddit gold does not sync up with reddit While the gold itself does go through, there is a compatability issue of sorts. I didn't receive my Gilding trophy because I gilded from the RIF app. I had to contact a reddit admin to have them fix it for me.
Better than the official app I've had this app for awhile, when I saw that there was an official app, I switched. That switch didn't last long. The layout and navigation of this app is better and more natural than the official app.
4.1.32 (Aug 27):
• (4.1.32) 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):
• i.redd.it fixes
• Settings > About > Suggest ideas
• Block users via Inbox replies
4.1.7 (Apr 6):
• New setting: Chrome Custom Tabs
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