The fact that I have installed this in three different devices in over the course of five years should be evidence enough of how much I love this app. That said, I love how it manages all things that I want, nit just showing me blogs similar to what I follow, but blogs I didn't know had things I never new I would love. Fast bug fixes, able to post a lot of things and reblog to my heart's content. I am over the moon on Tumblr, and I hope the best for it.
Does not work on Amazon Fire 8. Which causes the website to constantly ask me to install the app even though its installed already, making the website useless and the app garbage. The app on the cellphone loads the advertising amazingly fast but the content slowly.
Can the reblog button stay green after each reblog? It's kinda hard to remember if you've already reblogged it or not sometimes, also, is there a way to stop the app from adding a notification for EVERY reblog? It's extremely annoying and if I swipe them away too fast, ALL MY NOTIFICATIONS disappear. Please help. Please. Finally, recently a bug surfaced that would delete notifications from my notifications bar, I'd see 5 notifications, leave my phone for a bit, and come back to see only 2, what the...?
I usually don't rate things but when I do it means tha something has managed to make me angry enough to even write a comment. Let's talk about last update. I can't see anything of my feed because the app crashes before It has loaded. Thank you very much for the wonderful experience.
The most recent version of the app refreshes my feed every time I switch between apps. This is a big problem, since it means I'm constantly looking at the same posts.
It's a really cool app for people who like deep things, poetry, are a tiny bit depressed, or have any mental health issues. It's a place where you see that there are people who feel the same way as you do. Also, the memes are funny af. Just download the app and you'll see what I mean. ;)
Why do we malign bugs so? Are we not their Creators? As we crush them, do we not crush a part of ourselves? It was not weakness or failure that allowed them into this world. Nay, it was the light of innovation that we cast into the dark corners that these bugs call home. ‘Twas our torches that sent these bugs skittering. This update finds them a new home.