This is the best reddit app out there. It's good when rating/commenting, very easy with links. Has what to offer. One thing I would like them to add is more customization on the colors, looks and feel of the app. Some unexpected crash here and there (Samsung S5) but overall i'm very pleased with this app that's why my 5 star rating. PS love the new name, fits well.
This can be a very frustrating app. It's a great way to navigate Reddit on your phone. Unfortunately on my HTC M8S I get constant crashes, which freeze the screen and force me to hard-reset my phone. Mainly happens when I open a post. If this issue was gone I'd give the app 5 stars.
Best Reddit app I've seen yet. I've been using Reddit is Fun for ages, because I can't stand Reddit apps that don't make it easy to read all the post titles. Relay takes that basic idea much further by using great looking but compact cards, and offering the same non-coloured comments via settings. Uninstalling for the pro version.
Seems to work well on my older Samsung Galaxy 5..ads are a bit annoying. Wish there was a paid way to go to get rid of ads. Overall very nice app.
Best way so far to surf reddit, I've found. Just lacks a couple options to make it perfect, like skipping ahead in videos and making voting arrows available without swiping over first.
The new update is what this app needed! One of my biggest gripes was not being able to see what I was replying to, and had to commit the entire thing into memory before making a comment, which is hell for longer comments. The rest is just icing on the cake, or things it needed as well like the auto draft saving, even though Google's newer keyboard made selecting all and copying easier I think. Now I will no longer need to do that if it functions correctly! I haven't tried to use the new update fully, so not sure if there's any issues, but so far everything is quality of life changes, or needed fixes like the UI cutoff sometimes. Still a better app than the official Reddit app, since they were a bit late to the game creating one and still my preferred, and referred Reddit app, and it only just got that much better!
- the 'text' button in the web view now uses the mercury API
- links are now inserted at the cursor position in comment replies
- fixed quoting of images/emotes
- fixed some force close issues