It's great. What's not to love Bugs wise I have come across none, pretty much my go to mobile Reddit experience. Adverts were annoying af but ad away fixed that
Just perfect. Easy to navigate, great look and feel. The only way to Reddit, really.
Too clunky, too many ads I tried this app because it was more recommended and highly rated than my previous one, (Now for Reddit) but I'm afraid I have to switch back. Interface in this one is very clunky and doesn't appeal aesthetically or functionally. Also, way too many ads.
Great unless you want to open imgur albums One image or link is usually fine-ish. Loads fine 80% of the time, but any album crashes the app. Really annoying and you can forget any subs like r/diy that typically show more than one image. Otherwise app runs fine but with lots of ads.
Terrible new self post format Absolutely no reason why self posts should have so much unnecessary whitespace. Empty ones will take up a massive amount of space. It is absolutely mind boggling as to how anyone could think that this was an improvement on the previous system.
Saving images no longer works Galaxy S5 Neo. Android 5.1.1. When I save an image it gets stuck on saving image and I have to restart the app. Worked until the last update.
What's New in 5.1.2:
- Fixed read post font in list view
- Images in comments now inserted inline
- Fixed search when not logged in
- Fixed misc. crash reports
What's New in 5.1.1:
- Set User and Link Flair (new OAUTH permission required)
- Upload images in comments
- Format toolbar in compose comment and message screens
- Report rationales based on "rules"
- Fixed webview freezing when app backgrounded
- Fixed i.reddituploads
- Several crash and bug fixes!!
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