Great app but one request Awesome app. Gives me all the moderator tools I need. But I would love it if you can add a view so that it automatically shows images fully in a card view (like in now for Reddit). Right now I have to have 2 Reddit clients installed. One for using Reddit and one for moderation (this one). If you could add a view selection where I can see full images,videos and text whilst browsing through posts like said above. I will throw money at you guys and also buy the pro version!
Best Reddit App I used bacon reader for awhile and Reddit sync. But then I finally found relay. And damn it was so good I bought the pro version! My favorite would probably be the minimal design. It doesn't feel like there is anything there that shouldn't be. Well done devs!
Amazing, intuitive, best app!! I have an Acer a3-a20 POS tablet. This app blows chrome out of water. Chrome is extremely painful to use on YouTube and imgur and especially for moving gifs. This app does them the smoothest and fastest over any of the other Reddit apps, and browsers I've tried (chrome, dolphin, etc)
App has become useless Relay would still be a superior client were it not for the crippling bug that has posts and comments not loading on a regular basis, only remedied by force closing the app. This and several other bugs and feature requests have largely been ignored through the slow updates. I hate to admit it but when a free client outperforms one I paid for, I think it's time to retire Relay.
Amazing app, however After a while of browsing it crashes, I think it runs out of ram or something as it also happens when loading rather large images. There also seems to be an issue where if someone links to a search query on reddit it opens the subreddit "search" instead of actually showing the search.
Great look, ok UI Relay is most of the way there but misses a few useful UI options while burying some common ones several menus deep. Searching the current subreddit takes four clicks for example. It would also be nice to have an image count still pop up even if the "image preview buttons" are hidden by default. Is a pain to see what few posts have additional photos in the album otherwise. Small tweaks, but seemingly obvious tweaks from brief usage. Even still, one of the most usable apps for Reddit out there.
- fix for crash when there is no location permission
- updated play services library
- Fixed link not highlighting when swiping to the left and pressing comments.
- fixed some force close issues
- cards now use system shadows for better rendering
- fixed duplicate image at the end of some albums
- added redditupload previews
- fixed subreddit filters not working in some instances
- fixed vote failed error even though it appears that you're still logged in