how apps and orgs should be done doesnt ask for any permissions to use, no personal info or email address needed to create accounts. Respects privacy rather than doing what is the norm: giving u a "free" app or account, which uses special permissions u give it to gather info about you and sell your info to advertisers. You are for sale so the app can be free. That is a little backwards. Love it when u install solitaire or something and it wants permission to see ur contacts, photos, location and the soul of your first born child. #rant
Mostly good but assumes too much control I like how it scrapes the link and gives you a text only version to read, but I don't like how it tries to keep you on this page. If you share the URL it will share the app's URL rather than the true URL, which I would never do intentionally. Of course, you can open the URL in the browser and then share from there but that's an extra step. It's almost as if this app intentionally creates friction to do what it knows people will want to do and nudges you to share its own branded URL.
Was working great till the last update. The last update has made replying in app an effort in futility for me. When typing text is extremely laggy (think typing over ssh with a 2k ping).
Nice layout but reloading when it shouldn't The app looks good except when I'm reading an article or being on some comments and I lose the phone network, I go back to the list of articles. It's very annoying when you're in the middle of something.
Good but needs work I like the app a lot but I have one issue with it. The annoying connection notification. It keeps telling me I am not connected while I actually am connected. It would be awesome if I could just disable it.
Best of all these hacker news, but i need to change the fonts. Ugly and boring fonts
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