5 star because it's the best app I have found for reddit, it's got a lot of great features and preferences that can be change to alter your experience to the way you like it. Such as tap to close the preview image, colour scheme changes from light to dark, you can change the order of the subs you want to see, it has an easy way to favourite what you see and upvote, you can log in with your reddit account easily and have multiple accounts. Since I downloaded the app, I've never come across anything that bugs me. The developers are regularly updating their app, and you will get a prompt reply if you have any issues. I would like to see a reverse interface with the upvote / downvote buttons on the other side, reason is, that I'm right handed and it will make browsing more convenient and will only require one hand.
Had it for a while but it didn't handle un-subbing well, or remember my position in time lines. I also wish it was easier to mark items as read and filter them off of my front page.
Was a great app till they enforced forced popup adds that dont allow you to back out. Had premium version till switched to a different phone. Not worth buying anymore
Good but not the best. It can be one of the best with improvements. The subscriptions at the top are hard to navigate and are not the best way to navigate, and there is no hide read button. I can't edit my posts, and there is no search function to find subreddits. To like a comment also takes a relatively lot of effort, I have to move all the way across the screen to hit the like button sometimes (I know, 1st world problems). There could be more view options.
Best reddit app I found so far but it'd be really great if you could sort posts by specific subreddits. For example a random sub being sorted by Top and have the front page set to Hot. Would it be possible to implement that?
I love it, no ads, no pop ups, no notifications; just an easy to use app to peruse reddit. You can personalize how you want the app to look and how to perform certain functions, but there's no unnecessary bells or whistles. Highly recommended for the average reddit that wants to avoid the official app like the plague.
- Added support for Reddit videos
- Added amp.reddit and np.reddit link support
- Improved handling of locked and archived posts
- Added 'popular' as a default subscription
- Removed 'all' as a default (can be added manually)
- Fixed: Image download notifications
- Fixed: Bug causing images to flip when zoomed
- Fixed: Links with uppercase characters
- Fixed: Keyboard opening on search screen
- Fixed: Deletion of multireddits
- Fixed: Issue with Reddit Mail menu visibility