Almost perfect. Just need support for flairs. That's the only caveat. Because of the lack of flairs it's difficult to browse /r/soccer as almost everyone has a team badge and they someone refer to their badge and it's difficult to determine which club they support without flair support. Please add that and I'll change my rating to 5 star. It definitely does deserve five starts but that lack of flair support is a big deal breaker for me.
This is an amazing app in concept and very good in practice. A bit limited in options but overall can't complain much, it does what it says. Was pleasantly surprised with auto-download option with scheduling. I rarely write reviews but thought this one deserves it. I'm willing to come back and change the rating with how the app progresses.
Works well, but wish I could edit the subreddit download amount without having to make a new one, also to search reddits so if I mess up a letter it would show the closest possible subs.
Good app. Could you add the feature of adding more stories or articles to the download queue for each subreddit? So for example, one subreddit can have 25 articles downloaded and another can have 50. Also, when minimizing a comment, the writer of comment should be visible instead of "show this comment" only. Aside from these, it is a very good app.
The idea behind it is nice. The fact it's ad-free is also a plus. However, the UI feels off putting. The animations looks clunky, even the whole downloading thing looks a bit unnecessarily complexed. For example, I started downloading by mistake and I didn't want to waste data, but I couldn't find anyway to pause the download besides forcing the app to close (maybe I'm too dumb atm to notice where it is). For someone who is not always connected to the Internet and do not want to waste a minute without spending it on reddit, then this app is for you. Nonetheless, it's not suitable as a standalone app but more as a complementary app, because there are several other reddit clients with far better UI and features. Oh and I almost forgot: there's no way to log into this app, so organizing your favorite subreddits is sort of a hassle and you're more of a stalker here since you can't comment, upvotes or post in any way. Therefore another reddit client is a must.
Thank you for this excellent app. Without a need to sign up I ALSO use this up to learn how to calm myself down, because I cannot reply to some horrifyingly ignorant comment on Reddit.
Fixed an issue where some users where not able to move the cache folder on to external storage (e.g. micro SD card).
Improved multi-window support.