Solid, though flawed Lists of posts take an unusually long time to load, and comments with code or superscript aren't formatted right. But the app is very stable and full-featured, and it has nice big touch targets. I also appreciate the refresh button so I can confirm that my upvotes were registered.
Follows KISS This is one of the few apps that actually adheres to the KISS principle (i.e., "Keep It Simple, Stupid!") and for that alone it deserves serious praise. If you can appreciate lightweight, crap-free design, you'll probably love this. A+!
Pathetic Slow reaction on link click. No "share" option. And this is a best reader.. That's how crappy things are on a reddit side..
Simple AND functional Yeah you could say "I wish it would this" or "It'd be nice if it did that" but then it gets less simple and less reliable. This simply works and I love it.
What happened? It's stuck on the default front page instead of my personal front page. I have to go to a menu and pick a subreddit to browse now? Default reddit is sickening. Please fix.
Most comfortable Reddit browser Really the best, except for one caveat - there is no in app photo viewer, so loading pictures, especially non-direct imgur links, can take a while to load.
DON'T UPGRADE IF YOU CAN'T USE REDDIT OVER HTTPS
- Always use HTTPS to connect to reddit
- Fix a bug where getting a message with no author (e.g. from a subreddit) caused a crash.