Used this app for as long as I can remember. Even preferring it over the main website. However the app has begun to slide rapidly in performance. Constantly unable to open comments. Gifs have to be open in browser in order to get a quick and steady stream. I have to close all my running apps just to get a decent performance out of this app.
Clean interface with big thumbnails that makes you read each post carefully -- definitely helps to get the most out of Reddit. Also, the comments section got it right with the color coding responses -- makes it incredibly easy to follow a conversation. Best Reddit app for Android. I can't go back to anything else.
Missing flairs I've used this app for Reddit since the beginning of 2016 and it's almost perfect, keyword almost. It's missing flairs, something that adds to the Reddit experience as a whole. I don't know if it's possible to implement them but it's definitely the one thing I'd change with this app
Great interface, i really like the app but it would be great if there was a possibility to download gifs and gfivs as gifs and not as a video. A solution may be a prompt opening when you tap the downloadbutton to choose between downloading as a gif oder as a video file. Great Developers, btw!
It does reddit. Supports most links. Media players in app. Continual support
It's a good app, I don't really have any issues, other than the "continue thread" mechanic, maybe I just want to be able to expand it. But yeah pretty good other wise, although I must say that if I could shuffle "all" to see some new content rather than seeing the same stuff five hours later in the day. Top notch app however, Gg.
- Tap the current tab to jump to the top of the subreddit
- Added ability to copy text of a self post
- Fixed: Mail notifications
- Fixed: Added user agent to login process
- Fixed: Display of 'subscribe to Now for Reddit' prompt
- Fixed: Display of search results loading bar