Works great! No issues so far on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. I actually tried the official Reddit app and have it a few weeks but the photo save feature was busted, I've reached out to them several times with no reply. I finally decided to just go back to Baconreader Premium. It hasn't let me down yet. :P
Long Time User I've been using BaconReader for a while now and although I have tried other Reddit apps, nothing comes quite close to this one. The design is simple, easy to navigate and I have never had issues with loading or anything like that. Even with varied screen sizes it seems to fit perfectly and I never have trouble reading posts/comments. I rarely purchase the ad-free versions of apps but I feel it was worth it for BaconReader. I highly recommend this wonderful app for Reddit.
Awesome Rarely does an app perform as advertised. This one does. It's brilliant. I actually emailed the devs a while back with a low level bug on browsing, locking the phone, then going back, not only did they acknowledge almost immediately, they then went on to fix it. Gold, 5 stars, great devs, great app, and well worth upgrading to support them and their great work. Oh, and they give away a free version, they didn't have to do that, but they did.
Monetization killed it Usually when an app turns to the dark side, they leave some functionality in. Not so with BaconReader. If you have readability mode on, all links lead to a 404 and if you disable readability, it redirects to a Spanish news site (LaiguanaTV) completely irrelevant to what you tapped on. Shame. It had a good run
Awesome app but... It has a couple of issues: 1. Gfycat links almost never open for me now, it just. returns "unexpected result". 2. When I start the app after it has been closed for a while, instead of opening the home screen it will open a random article! Apart from that the app it top notch, keep it up!!
Gfycat direct links Have always used this app with great joy, however as of late almost 80% gfycat links return a "unexpected result" error. As this site is widely used it seems like this would be fixed quickly, but sadly not. As an edit; developers do seem aware and are trying to fix it.
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!!