I upgraded because my old app Red Reader Beta did not support mod functions. I expected something slick but was rather disappointed. First, yes the mod functions are supported, but you have to check each queue individually for activity and that can take time. The next issue is the card based interface, it is visually quite good but it wastes a lot of space, particularly the big button for the link. An option for a smaller button would be nice so it would be faster to scroll through the posts. The last thing and the real kicker is that this is the first app to kill my Nexus 5 running KK. Yep, twice while commenting, the app locked up on input and then my N5 rebooted. The phone is rooted and I have loads of other stuff installed that may have trigerred this problem. Maybe I'll try again after I upgrade the phone to Lollipop. Given other people's positive experiences, I'm probably an outlier, but it don't work for me!!!
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) but like I say, it's the best for mobile!
Wonderful app, well worth the money Best reddit app I have used, abs worth upgrading if you use it work any frequency
The best reddit app there is. Using this app way too much every day and I'm completely satisfied with it.
Great App! Easily my favorite Reddit client.
The best choice. I tell other people to use this reddit app over all others.
- Added a retry button to the bottom of lists (this fixes an issue that could cause infinite scroll to break)