I like how you can open up code blocks in a little pop-up window when the lines are too long so you can scroll through it easily. However, one feature I would really like to see are code Snippets working. Right now, the snippets just display like code blocks (even if they are hidden by default). I'd like to be able to run the code Snippets and toggle their visibility.
I was asked earlier this week that I should post a feedback here, and it'll be given a great value. As it has been said in the Meta SE, Android app development for SE has been slowed down a great deal, so I find it useless to write anything. The 3 stars will change to a 5 once the development resumes. I've been posting bug reports and feature requests continuously on Meta SE, but all I've got is the same: app development is not a priority. If anyone is at all looking at this, then he should visit Meta SE and see my profile page, my user name being "Wrichik Basu". See my questions, most of which has been asked time and again without any proper response. If you, as a developer, can resume the development and see my questions and put a proper response to them, I'll be more than happy.
It's really nice to have the option to use Stack Exchange on your phone, but I think it could do with a big update. There's some things which are missing which you can do on desktop but not mobile, and the general UI is starting to look old.
I can't believe this app has only 4.4 stars while stack overflow looks so bad and has 4.2. I already had put 5 stars, so the best thing I can do is cheer this team for the hard work.
The idea of stack exchange is amazing but the mobile app can use a lot of work. The tag search feature is not up to the standard of the website. There are no moderation features and ajax is still slow. I say all this because the web interface is much more amazing.
Good mobile application. The worst part is that I can't access moderation tools.
This update fixes our app on right-to-left locale devices -- since the majority of the content is user-generated and in English, the entire app is now left-to-right no matter the locale.
This update also includes updates to our base libraries, which shouldn't be noticeable on our end other than "the app is more stable".
Have a great weekend!