I love this client, I recommend it to all my friends. The only thing I wish it had was a "quick subscribe" button. I really do not like going into the hamburger menu, selecting manage subreddits, search for "that" subreddit I found using the "Random" button, and then finally subscribing to it. Other than that, the best and superior subreddit. Just add a "quick subscribe" button and it will be perfect.
This is a re-review. I've loved this app for some time. Since the last update about a third to half of articles kust sit there, unopening. But as soon as I click on the top right to choose "open in browser" it opens nearly immediately. Samsung Galaxy S7.
First, all the technical problems people have with it are really quite minor, and I mean that I practically never run into them. The new UI was extremely frustrating at first, but after like a day or 2 it felt much easier. Not as much clutter as the old one and you can do things so much easier. Saving posts etc.
It's not very stable. Fairly regular crashes cause the app to restart, and it can be a pain to find the post or comment you were reading. Sometimes I ragequit and go to another reddit app. But they all have problems.
Believe me, I know Reddit. I spend a probably unhealthy amount of time in the website so I know what I'm talking about. This client is all you will need. It is beautiful, simple, and powerful.
Still my favorite way to browse Reddit. Latest update makes it so much easier to save pictures as well. With some links I used to have to open in Chrome and save from there but the update lets me save straight from the app. Loving this app. 5/24- Imgur albums no longer load in the app so I have to open them in browser.
What's New in 5.2.1:
- Better handling of SSL errors with option to not display warning
- Fixed Twitter videos
- Several crash fixes on image saving
- Support for amp.reddit.com links
- Misc bug fixes