Couldn't imagine anything better. Most app versions of websites leave much to be desired, but not this one. Anything I can do on my laptop, I can do on this app. There's no loss of functionality at all. In fact, I almost prefer using this to going on the web version! Brilliant.
Great App, though has glitchy Gifs Commonly on second replay gifs get messed up, and commonly get stuck after a second of playing. Otherwise, the layout is better than any other reddit app I've seen and is my personal favorite as everything is in-app (videos and gifs don't take you to browser)
I hate the new name. Its now sorted under N in my app drawer instead of under R. Small complaint, I know but its slowly driving me mad. Still the best reddit app on android.
Does everything right The card UI is probably the best kind of interface for mobile Redditing, and also feels right at home with the rest of Android. I can't think of anything wrong with this app. Paid to support the awesome devs. A+ job!
Perfect I had issues with the other popular Reddit app. This one has not presented any problems at all. Design feels great.
Great app overall. I use it on my phone and tablet. But on the new Asus Zen Pad S 8.0 the content seems to have a fixed width and always occupy a tiny potion of the screen. It doesn't have this problem with my old Nexus 7 though. Maybe the 4:3 screen ratio of the asus pad causes the glitch. Hope to get fixed. This has been my go-to reddit app right now.
- Added reddits new 'Q&A' comment sort option
- Improved vote and save button material animations
- Fixed: Checkbox visibility bug on settings screen
- Fixed: Screen orientation bug on pre-Lollipop devices
- Fixed: Translucent background bug on pre-Lollipop devices
- Improved image viewer and fixed tap to close gesture
- Vote and save buttons now trigger material animations
- Improved link and comment flair
- Improved performance by reducing GPU draws