Can't believe I've been lurking this whole time without this app. I thought I found something revolutionary so I told my follow Reddit homies. They proceed to tell me they BEEN USING IT and just didn't break bread with it's existence. Once I downloaded it I immediately regretted not having it along. No accidental exits and instantly look at present files with a press.
After the most recent update, I had to re-login but it will not let me do so. A page saying "checking your browser for DDos protection" or something along those lines pops up. It redirects me to reddits website after 5-10 seconds where I logged in, when I returned to the app I wasn't logged it, tried adding account again and the same cycle repeated itself. I tried uninstalling/reinstalling, turning my phone on and off and wiping the cache. Don't know why I can't sign in
Easily the best Reddit app I've used. Super customizable, very clean UI. The dev updates consistently and has a subreddit for help and issues. There are only two apps which I've loved enough to have kept across multiple phones and cared enough to back up & restore settings to each time. This is one of them. Seriously excellent.
This version (which I had to pay for again) is difficult to navigate - sometimes the post title is at the top of the card, and sometimes it's on bottom. It's hard to see what text guess with which card. I also have to reload the page quite often. Swipe to hide only works 2/3 of the time. edit: this app can't properly handle filtered subs. I've contacted the developers twice about it and they call it a feature.
Update: This app is nearly perfect now. It's always one of the first apps I install on a new device. Old review: Still has some minor issues with handling external links, images and video, but the interface is great.
Smooth performance even on old phones. Definitely one of the best 3rd party Reddit apps. The only thing I would like to request is some sort of help or guide for new users to lower the learning curve.
- Fixed an issue with a WakeLock
- Lots of video and GIF playback fixes!
- Added support for the cake day icon in the main post list and comments page
- Added quick action buttons (open externally, share & copy) when peeking an image
- Added additional info to the post header card
- Set a new reddit video icon
- Added editor formatting options when text is long pressed
- Added the option to block users
- Added page dividers