Feels like it should. This app is just perfect for reddit. Especially if you are a long time user of the desktop web page. It just feels like it should. I feel like you can see and get the most done with this app compared to others. Someone thats never used reddit before, even on the desktop might feel like this is really bland.. But that's sort of what reddit is, lots of info striaght to the point. Those type of first time users might enjoy other, card style, more graphical apps.. more.. At first.
Best Reddit app by far This is the best Reddit app out there. It's simple, unobtrusive, and doesn't complicate thinks with swipe or tap commands like some of the other apps out there. If you have an older phone, expect crashes when loading gifs and images. Other than that, it's awesome.
Best Reddit Client I've been using this for probably 3+ years now. It's one of the few apps that never has issues and just gets out of the way so I can do what I want. I don't ever think about the app, and that's how it should be for something that just delivers content. Thanks!
It's not that good at all, kinda regret buying the full version... Imagur links crash and sometimes the pages don't load up and it's very slow sometimes. I have a Galaxy note 4 which is still plenty fast but this app just doesn't work like it should.
Very good for mobile devices Reddit is Fun has become my go to app for my favorite internet site. New features are added constantly so it just gets better and better. Edit: I'm still using RIF years later and it continues to be my favorite.
4.3.7 (Nov 18):
• Subscribe to push notifications for new posts
• Settings export
• Spoiler posts
• Comments q&a and suggested sort
• View mods list
• gifs.com video
• Fixed comment bugs
4.2.13 (Oct 10):
• Set private save directory (Android 7.0)
4.2.9 (Oct 2):
• Pin favorite subreddits
• Multi-window support (Android 7.0)
• Set default image save anywhere (Android 5.0)
• Delete all subreddits via settings
• Setting to opt out of reddit website tracking your clicks