Used to be one of the best reddit apps out there with support for multiple image and video host built in. Now the app is completely infested with ads. I don't mind an ad here and there but when an ad occupies 25% of the screen while reading a thread it's just unacceptable. Going to uninstall it and go back to the official reddit app.
The best Reddit app I've tried and I've tried them all. Only thing holding it back from 5 stars for me are the overly exhaustive and fiddly customisation settings. There really just needs to be like 3 choices for global appearance and leave it at that. It's too needlessly granular at the moment. Everything else about the experience is great.
Recently, the app will stop working and need to close on my Nexus 5. I've tried a reinstall and a reboot of my phone but nothing seems to fix this. Otherwise, still an amazing app
This is a very nice looking app, and as a bonus, it can be configured to handle links from various other sites that are commonly linked to on Reddit, such as imgur. Author is very involved with Reddit and seems to care quite a bit about the users.
This would be the perfect reddit app if it weren't missing a couple key features. One, there is no feature to save drafts as far as I know. Two, I can't report a comment for a specific purpose or "other". As a mod, I can't view the reason for reported threads and comments. These don't seem important at a glance, but when the need arises, not having them is terribly inconvenient.
The reddit app we've all been looking for! Great job guys keep up the great work! Only issue I'm noticing is that it's not showing my most recent subreddit subscriptions.
- When using the internal browser, you can now swipe back to the previous activity along the Toolbar
- Added the same comment formatting options to selftext submission
- Added a button at the end of the formatting options to configure the visible buttons
- Added an option to delimit scores with a bullet point (in the comment description)
- Fixed a bug caused by ads