The Best Reddit App. I've always used Flow due to ease of use, lack of ads, and fluidity. Even through all the bugs and lack of support, it draws me back. Now that the developer is back, I'm sure it won't be long before it's known world wide this is the go-to app for Reddit. EDIT: Please come back, Deepak. It's been a very long time and reddit uploads images are still broken and do not hand off the URL to chrome properly.
The and I mean THE most beautiful app! Man... I don't know what to say, why did you leave us? It's such a beautiful app, it trumps every app on terms of aesthetics and fluidity and of course there are missing functionality here and there but even with that it is easily the top app of reddit on play store! Imagine what would happen if you were to fix those little bugs.... I'd gladly pay for it but it seems like you've gone MIA. Such a shame. ##Edit: PLEASE come back! :(
Updated review This has been my favourite Reddit app. Something about the layout and appearance makes it stand out and hard to adjust to alternatives. Unfortunately updates are too slow and sporadic. Bugs currently: sometimes refuses to load /r/all or /r/front-page. Sometimes can't load user information.
App is dead, or sure looks like it. The issues I've dealt with and worked around since downloading this app has gotten me to a point of pure frustration. You can't view gifs in the standard image viewer, aka pressing on the picture rather than the post title. Backing out of a post can get the app frozen half way through the transition which will eventually crash the app. Good luck using it if it takes your device a minute to do so, Flow won't operate again until it does. All in all this app had a lot of promise but it doesn't receive the love it needs. Move on to another popular Reddit app and save yourself a headache multiple times a day.
It's pre-beta, so there are definitely still some kinks. To me, right now it looks like a less pretty reddit sync with the potential to be much better. One feature that is missing that is pretty much a deal breaker even though it's small is there is no option to change the thumbnail for NSFW posts. There's only the option to hide them altogether. If that feature was added (look to reddit sync for what I'm talking about) I'd be all about Flow for reddit.
Was starting to give up hope, but nope! My favorite reddit client for Android by far. The app hadn't been updated for a year, and then the dev showed us he was still around by fixing a few minor things. Keep in mind that the app is still in alpha and it's better than all the other clients. Just a very good feeling app. Even though the update was minor, it fixed a lot of bugs and I see great things for the future.
Fixed issue with loading multireddits
Fixed issue with comments not displaying for search results
Added option to open imgur links in external apps
Updated to use https to access reddit. This is now mandatory for all reddit apps and secure :)
Fixed issue with launching user profiles