Review from Ramin Honary
I have tried three Reddit clients, so far this one is the best. It is easy to use, no adds, and it has not yet once crashed on me, unlike some of the other apps. The most important feature of this app is that it is open source: you can see how this apps by reading the source code on GitHub. Part of the reason this app is so stable is that the functionality is kept simple. This can also be a problem. For example a long-hold on objects in the interface pulls up a very large context menu and it is not easy to select the action I want to perform. You also cannot download an image without exiting the image view and long-holding the image post then selecting "Save Image," I would prefer to save the image from within the image view. But since it is open source, it these problems may be solved by anyone, even you or me, in the near future. So I recommend this Reddit client above all others.
My goto app for reddit. There are a few nitpicks thought. Would love to be able to download as a .gif instead of an .mp4 files for gifv. There should also be streaming, as it takes a bit of time to load large gifs before the display. Gfycat support would also be appreciated; often it does not load properly and uses the in app browser instead.
This app is fantastic on Android but on iOS 11 it is a terrible mess. I recently moved there and I can say this with a great certainty that all other Reddit apps just suck. This one is just the best. It's a shame the company carelessly ported the code...
This has always been one of the best apps for browsing Reddit on mobile, and it keeps getting better. I have tried all of them and have come back every time.
Amazing. It would be perfect with a more "material" looking UI. It's many times better than official app. Still the best you can get!
Way faster than the official reddit app on slow/unstable connexions. The app is promising but it has some design flaws: doesn't show OP's flair, doesn't show thumbnails, and the general look and feel is quite confusing especially on dark themes.
i have used several reddit apps and i keep coming back to red reader always...its by far, imo of course, the most straightforward and easy to use app for reddit on google play store, even including the official app...so yeah, if you're questioning which of the many to use, i highly recommend this one.
Fix for some Gfycat links
Workaround for app state sometimes being lost when launching from homescreen
Fix for floating toolbar repeatedly bouncing
Spanish typo fix