Some "gifs" (I believe they're actually MP4s) which load before displaying are huge files sizes - compared to the exact same clips viewed instead on the Reddit's site. One buffer was 66mb in size! The same short clip on the Reddit website via my browser was 6mb. I don't understand the disparity. I don't understand why some gif animations or MP4 clips are so huge when viewed in this app.
Probably the best Reddit client on Android, gets better with every new version, great developer.
Best Reddit client I've found after a lot of searching. Love that it's open-source too. Keep up the great work!
Very complete, all the functions are there. Open source. No ads. Gets better every update.
Better than reddit own app in every aspect.
Best Reddit app out there hands down. Only thing I wish is that I had the ability to return to the same section I was on if I accidentally hit back to the main menu. Rather than having to scroll all the way back down through all the posts. Maybe a right swipe or something... Anyways, great app.
Preference to add /r/popular to the main menu (thanks to ahomphophone)
Download links now handled correctly by internal browser (thanks to Sarbajit Saha)
Preference to change self-post tap action (thanks to Clubfan22)
Code refactoring (thanks to Mario Kosmiskas and awells111)
Fix for when user pages appear in subscription list
Translation updates (thanks to verdulo and Andrés Hernández)
Added Indonesian translation (thanks to much-doge)