I'm the kind of person who really cares what's installed on his phone. I research and read about app design, UI, UX, Android development specifically etc. I've tried probably six other major Reddit clients and this one has them all beat by leagues. I can't think of a single thing that could be improved upon, but if I do, you can guarantee the developer already has the update in the works.
I know everybody says this about their favorite Reddit app, but this is the one! The most important feature for me in this app us the ability to scroll from one top level comment to another with just the press of a button. No other app has this, but it makes browsing comments so much easier!
Was great when started using it 1.5 years ago. Way superior to reddit app. Past 3-4 months just more glitches and bugs. Found even closing the app it was running in the background and constantly drained my phone battery. Switching now sadly :/ really easy to use though and well made. Just wish it wouldnt suck the life out of my phone when not in use.
Used to be, and somewhat still is, the best mobile interface for Reddit. The latest update, however, made the ads significantly more intrusive. Constant random phone vibrations and sounds while browsing. The last straw was a piercing fire alarm like sound that wouldn't stop until I force closed the app. Unusable now.
I have been a Reddit member for 7 years. This AP is great for on the go posting and reading. Not so good for logging out if someone tried to hack your account. Had to uninstall and reinstall once I changed my password. But thanks Reddit for having my back.
It's a huge battery drain! I love this app but my god it drains my phone. I keep getting a 400 message while trying to view my messages and it's very annoying.
- fix for network issues some users have been having
- fixed some force close issues
- updated some libraries
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