The only draw back is huge to me This is the best reddit app I've used. From bacon reader to others. Access to mod mail is huge for me. But damn i miss being able to pause gifs. I used to do that for my husband so he could see the start to end. Now i have to rewatch over and over to time when i hand him from my phone.
Best way to get Reddit on the go I have tried many of the other 3rd party Reddit apps and the official one, and I have found Relay to my absolute favorite. It has all of the features I need and runs very smooth with no hiccups. It also has a beautiful material design! The ads are not very intrusive at all, just a small banner at the bottom. That being said, I would gladly pay for no ads to support this wonderful app. I plan to upgrade to the Pro version soon.
Very nice Moved from another application. Really enjoying the material design and animations. Sometimes a bit slow and navigation is slightly more awkward than what I'm used to, but it's nothing I can't adjust to. UPDATE: Two years later, best Reddit app available. Keep it up.
The best Wasn't planning to leave a review but since I was messing with my settings I figured I'd just leave a quick review on how much I love this reddit app. It's user friendly, good amount of customisation and its just great. Thanks! Room for improvement? Just keep doing your thing
I used a lot of Reddit clients and this one is the best of them all. It's so pleasant to use that it almost completely replaced the web client for me. The only drawbacks I see are occasional crashes that happen after long uninterrupted use.
Still good! I had no clue the "issue" reported was with the Imgur API removal for specific reasons, so my bad. Still a damn good app, and I prefer it over the official Reddit app. It's terrible, and I wish more success for this app and to bring it so much further then the official app, and come close to the main website!!!
- reverted to paid imgur api as the free version is rate limited
- temporarily moved to the free imgur api while they sort out the issues with the paid version
- added support for reddit's new spoiler tag for posts
- loading the context of a comment now loads all replies
- fixed force close when using two fingers to zoom images
- fixed what-if xkcd images displaying the wrong comic