Excellent app, could use more customization though As a mobile app I wish the layout would be more tailored or customizable to one handed use. I don't need the option to 'report a post' in the main drop down menu. The amount of times I accidentally my thumb hit that instead 'hide post' is ridiculous. I'd rather be able to select the available functions and where they go. And I'm sure left handed people would love the option to switch sides too. Otherwise, a great way to use Reddit.
It's great, but loading times are awful Haven't had any issues with the app other than horrible gif -> video loading times. The app also fails to load the second page of the front-page, which is annoying considering I removed ads. Would be nice to see an improvement on both those ends as well as moderator support added.
/r/the_donald glitch or manipulation? /r/the_donald has been in the top two subreddits when you tap "browse subreddits" for the past few months at least. It has been the top suggestion for at least two weeks even after I put it in my subreddit filter. Is this a bug or the dev promoting the subreddit? Can it be removed now that the election is over at least?
It's a great app, once you get passed a few bugs! The app has a few bugs, which I have posted to /r/Redditnow, but the UI is functional for both 1 and 2 handed use, as well as clean, simple, and easy to learn, hard to come by in most reddit apps. The one thing I really want is table functionality and to see bold in posts/comments, which I don't see for some reason.
Crashes As some reported, after the newest update, it stops working and restarts afer about a minute. It crashes at seemingly no particular action (scrolling through posts/comments, being idle...). My best bet is some background proccess that kills it. After reinstalling, it worked for solid 10 minutes, then crashed again. [Andoroid 5.1, rooted] EDIT: Disabling adblocker fixed it, I guess it's only fair.
Great for Reddit Browsing Best app I've found for Reddit on the go, the interface and customization just work well for me, and performance has been great on HTC One and LG GPad 7. And it's only better with my new HTC 10
- Improved content filters in settings
- New app icon
- Added support for reddits new spoiler tag
- Added new search options to main menu
- Use the 'post options' button on the comments screen to edit and flair your own posts
- Use your keyboard enter button to submit forms
- Decluttered overflow menu
- Updated libraries
- Fixed: Multireddit links
- Fixed: Landscape layout issue on 7.1 devices
- Fixed: Loading of subreddit bar header imagery