Great, but a few bugs I love the UI(easy to use, intuitive, minimal) and the features. Best reddit app for android. EDIT: Recently app has been hanging severely and frequently while opening links/images. Could be the CM13 snapshot I have but I saw a similar report.
Great, but a little buggy Great app, but recently some of the ads are spammy. While browsing through the aww sub for example, ads caused pop-ups that forced me to close the app. A bit frustrating.
Great until recent bugs. This app is probably the best Reddit app around right now. However, after the last update, after using the app a bit, comments will frequently not load unless I close the app and reopen it.m refreshing the front-page does the same thing, in that nothing will load unless the app is closed and restarted.
Favorite app for reddit until recent spam. Functionality of this app is generally fine, and I don't begrudge them having ads. However, I have recently begun getting sudden, full-screen, scammy mcscampants ads that pop up out of nowhere while browsing with this app. "Warning! Malware detected!" and things of that ilk. Back button doesn't clear them out and I have to force close and reopen the app. Ads like that are just not acceptable.
Great on phone, a bit confusing on tablet Could we have an options to have single column cards with the small cards view on tablet? I liked small cards view (if I'm not mistaken) on phone and would like to have it on tablet also. Thanks!
Looks good but finicky Can be unresponsive at times when trying to select links or trying to upvote/downvote. Looks beautiful though, so that's a real shame.
- Added the option to view all images in a comment thread as a gallery
- Added the ability to collapse all comments to the overflow (not just the bottom toolbar)
- Changed the post parser to adapt to title changes made by reddit
- Fixed an issue with DeviantArt images not saving