The new comments interface is slow and significantly inferior to the original.
Streamlined but lost in translation. So before I used Now Reddit I was on the website, which I found worked great. Content was accessible and of great quality. Now Reddit marks the inevitable shift to the mobile platform and I do admit they managed to transfer things quite well. Where the App falls flat in my opinion however is in the compatibility. You'll need the youtube app if you want videos and you still have to go to the actual site to download images. Sure you can just use the open in browser function but this feels counter intuitive.
Edit: Comments won't load, posts stop loading. Force stop, it'll start working again for about half an hour, then everything stops loading. Uninstalled and reinstalled a couple times and nothing. Worked fine a few weeks ago before the new firmware update.
Great Really good, nice design and overall pleasant to use. It also does something many apps seem to miss these days - it gets even better with every update. No pointless design revamps every month, but slight changes, which actually look good most of the time.
The GUI is sexier than Megan Fox. I've tried many other Reddit apps including the official one. This is the only app I've found that doesn't have cluttered and messy UI. I've been using it for about a year now, and the updates only make it better.
Near Perfect Way better than the default app, only thing I would add is casual subreddits that don't show up on your front page like alien blue
- Improved the 'remember subreddit position' feature to only resume your scroll position if you revisit the subreddit within an hour
- Fixed an issue with the widget
Version 5 (Many new features!)
- Pull to refresh
- New image viewer and video player
- New comment controls interface
- Added animation to post buttons
- Fewer adverts
- Much more!
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