Pretty Good, Missing Flairs As the title says, it's a good app. Fast and responsive. I love the card gestures that are included. The only thing it's missing is flairs. In order to flair my posts in subs where it's required, I have to go into Reddit is Fun to do that... A little annoying.
Fantastic app The best, fastest and easiest way to browse reddit on a mobile, it also reduces data usage very effectively! Thanks to the devs for maintaining it so well I almost never have any issues, and if I do, they're promptly fixed I urge any reddit user to try it! (Though I do use a different app on my tablet, this is only because I don't love the layout of sync pro on a larger screen, there's no way to make the thread full screen and it just feels a bit disjointed)
Best one for android Lightweight, supports multi user, however managing my personal subreddit list is annoying as updates seems to wipe them out, also when adding multireddits you can't edit once added! Please add this functionality. Clarification: I enjoy having subs I follow but do not subscribe to, multi reddits seem to fill this gap as I can still only have one, don't have to subscribe, and it's still attached to my profile. Still a great app
Coming along Still not 100%. Displeased the dev doesn't follow standard practices for his beta (g+ group opt in vs having to buy it twice, a bit ridiculous and greedy). App often crashes when returning from an external link, but I can't send a log (as I do for the 1000s of other crashes in app) because it just drops you to home, where re-entering the app reloads everything. Great for backing out of a post to check comments just to be forced to search all over again for that post.
Fantastic apo Well worth its weight. A couple flaws prevent it from being five stars such as some inconvenient icon placement, but no other Reddit app holds a candle to this one.
Love this app but I have one issue. I've been using this app for a little over a year now and it is far and wide the best app to browse reddit with. My only issue is that recently, when trying to watch a video from YouTube, my phone would automatically switch h over to the YouTube app. Just a few months ago it would load inside the reddit sync app itself. I don't know if this was an intended feature but it's kind of inconvenient. Other than that though, I could not recommend this app enough.
- Fixed another source of crashes on M
- Fixed an issue that could cause the app to crash when leaving the settings
- Fixed an issue that could cause the WebView to crash when leaving quickly