Ads are a bit annoying Yes, the ads are a bit annoying, which is understandable since it's a free version. However I'm sure they could lessen the interference of ads when browsing. On the bright side, this one is better than the official app.
Great interface I installed it so that I could block /r/The_Donald and browse /r/All in peace. I then found out that the interface is great - better than that of the official Reddit app. I'm very happy. The only thing it lacks is the ability to search for a word in a thread. So I can see if someone already commented what I was about to say.
Great! Brilliant app. Has all the features you'd expect and uses material design, so it looks lovely. I'd also like to say thank you to the developers for having a slight delay when an ad pops up before it can be clicked. I often go to download an image just as the ad appears, and it doesn't load the ad, which is very nice.
Good Reddit app, but... Love this app and everything about it, but they need to add a dialog box that pops up when you hit the back button to back out of the app, I hit it on accident sometimes and it closes the app and then when I open it back up I'm back at the top of the front page and have to scroll way back down to what I was looking at before. EDIT:Thanks I wasn't aware of that, 5 stars it is then.
Broken When looking at gifs they often freeze then my screen turns white and takes me to a random place in the subreddit I was looking at. Used to be great hope it is fixed, as of now find a different app
All the features needed and more It plays gfy's well, can handle a lot of posts, a simple interface without too many buttons, intuitive. A few intrusive ads though when looking at picture albums, and blended into posts. Overall recommended.
- App shortcuts (7.1) that show your most visited subs!
- Your position in a comment thread is now remembered
- Unread counter for messaging in the drawer
- Peeking album support
- Significant image improvements (stability and speed)