I would have kept my rating at 5 stars, but when being asked to rate I was given the choices of "rate" or "never" with no option to remind me later. I moved my rating down to 4.
Crashes all the time * Update: now it's fixed. Thanks * I can't even open the app. It keeps crashing. It's strange because it ran well in the past. I tried to reinstall it but didn't work either. My device is Nexus 6p
Most intuitive Reddit app It has everything I need and is very easy to navigate. Highly recommended. Does not have the annoyingly huge article previews of other Reddit apps.
Won't work if location isn't allowed I've used the app as my main Reddit app for a few months now. However the other day it just stopped working. I was curious why and then I realized it must be permissions and sure enough if I allow location then it works just fine. There's no reason for a Reddit app to know my location so I will be using another until this can be used without locations allowed.
Great! Dev replied fixed issue ASAP!! Once again this app has reclaimed the top spot as the Reddit client for me. Thanks for responding.
Great app and a great dev! There was a force close problem that happened when launching the app, I reduced my rating to 3 stars and indicated the problem, the developer fixed it in a few hours! Great job.
- 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
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