I can't even use reddit on my computer anymore. Also the support is crazy. Onelouderchic or however you spell her name will answer questions before you can even submit them! Totally worth the price to get rid of adds. Support devs who support you back. Haven't changed reddit apps since I found this years ago
I bought the pro app in 2014 but every year or so, it resets to non pro version. I have records showing I purchased it in 2014. Could you help me install the pro version? I submitted a comment through google play asking for help, but the automated system sent me message saying sorry we cant give you refund. I am not asking for refund. I am asking for you help to figure out what went wrong!
Unfortunately the latest patch cuts all titles from posts when viewing them now, which means I need to go back to the previous menu to see what I'm even looking at. Even then, if the title is too long the rest gets cut off. I'm not sure if it's a bug or "working as intended," but this needs to be fixed.
Last year I paid for the ad free version on the app. I've got a new phone now and though I'm still using the same Google account it won't recognise the previous payment and I'm getting ads. I've tried going through payment page again and it won't recognise that I've bought it before. Very disappointing as I really liked this app.
Another Reddit app that doesn't understand privacy. After you sign out of the app, when you tap into the account field you can see a list of all the accounts that have previously logged in.
App works great; feels compact and is visually nice, esp with the dark mode. Would be better if you could click on a sub and subscribe while within, instead of going back to menu and choosing "Manage Subreddit". Otherwise Bacon Reader has been great. Would recommend. EDIT: LoL I knew someone would come along and tell me I haven't been looking hard enough. So, for fellow Baconer who didn't know, click Menu while within the subreddit and click View Sidebar. Thanks for the info, OneLouder Apps!
What's New in 5.2:
- Better handling of SSL errors with option to not display warning
- Removed scrolling ads and replaced with single static banner
- Several crash fixes on image saving
- Support for amp.reddit.com links
- Fixed Twitter videos
- Misc bug fixes