Bad niche capability Standard use & viewing works pretty well. When you start doing anything outside of this though, it seems to fall flat. For instance, the feature to hide posts doesn't work - I'll hide several topics, but when I refresh my view they all show up again, despite enabling the option to permanently hide things.
Opening imgur in the browser is flipping a coin on whether or not it crashes. Also, if you download a huge image, the notification tray will lag like hell until you dismiss Relay's downloaded notification.
Not sure if I should blame the app, but YouTube videos are not syncing action with sound so the audio is off. Using the YouTube app directly does not have this issue. Restarting the app does not fix the issue.
chrome os problems Some animations/features do not work when installing on chromeos. -Colapsing comments is a complete bust, doesnt work at all -Opening posts does not work by clicking on them, you have to slide to the left to press comments to get into the post. -Perhaps a better tablet style ui? Chromebook used is a Asus Chromebook Flip, 4gb ram version.
Best Reddit browser out there. Not much more I can say the free version is great, this version is great. Saving, switching accounts posting etc is easier on this browser than any other. Couldn't recommend it enough.
Still pretty bad Disorganized layout. Important controls not where expected. Chooses by default the website over comments. No obvious way back to comments from there. Just not very good.
- 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