Great app The best Reddit app on the market, free or paid. Finally able to stay logged in after restarting or turning on and off my phone. Wish that tip was the first thing in the update list instead of at the bottom..
Love the App, it does what it does wonderfully and blissfully, but theirs this bug that kick me out of the app ever time a view a imguar gallery? IDK if it's my phone or the app but just want to bring it up.
The hype is real I was quite content using another Reddit app but I would always read a little bit about rif here and there. One day I tried it out and I suddenly see what all the hubbub was for. It's just... Really consistent, quick, and convenient. What more can one want out of a Reddit app?
Great app, but crashes often This is the best reddit app I've found, but it consistently crashes when opening imgur albums.
The best thing since bacon and eggs I've had a lot of bacon and eggs, and this is definitely better than any particular serving of them. Probably not as good as the cumulative total of all the bacon and eggs I've had, but definitely better than any serve in isolation. Other reddit apps might be prettier, but this is the most functional and focused on the delivering you the most content instead of the fanciest app layout.
Can't imagine reddit on mobile without it! This really made my mobile reddit experience a LOT better. Might even actually prefer it over reddit on PC.
4.1.11 (Apr 19):
• Settings > About > Suggest ideas
• Block users via Inbox comments
• Fix UI bugs, forget accounts after logout
4.1.7 (Apr 6):
• New setting: Chrome Custom Tabs
• New setting: In-app browser for images
• Mods: Sticky comments
• Change themes w/o restarting
4.0.17 (Mar 22):
• Better cards theme
• New setting: Cards for images
• New setting: List item animations
• Pinch zoom cards to resize
• Text size "Larger"
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