A review based on the latest update The issues with the comments section seem to be resolved, making this once again the best reddit app for android
Some more needed changes The new material design has grown on me I think. But just one thing that currently bugs me (and was able to do in the past) is the fact that I cannot upvote/downvote a post if I have scrolled down without scrolling back up, nor can I save the post, open the link/image it has. These were easily accessible on the bottom no matter how far you scrolled before the last major update. I'd appreciate it if this functionality made a return.
Back to awesome with 5.0.1 After the latest update all that was broken is working now and now I can truly enjoy the material design, great app.
Thanks, latest version fixed the problems I was having. What I don't really like right now is the way you implement advertisements, but, well, this is the free version so I can't really complain much
Auto-Updated even though I turned that setting off...now there are ads in the middle of my feed. Screw that
No more image scrolling The previous feature where users can swipe left and right was the reason I use this instead of other reddit apps. Viewing websites or imgur images with just swiping. Now it's simply a better looking reddit app
What's New in 4.1.1:
- Fixes launch crash (older devices)
What's New in 4.1.0:
Revamp of how we handle various link formats:
- IMAGEs (.jpg, .png) - no animation, stored in image cache, shown in zoomable image viewer
- GIFs (.gif) - animated, now also stored in image cache, shown in custom gif viewer
- VIDEOs (.gifv, .mp4, .webm) - animated, not stored, shown in VideoView
- WEB PAGEs (.html) - just web content
Can now tap on error response on screen to reload a link
Misc bug and crash fixes