4/5 rating based on 152 reviews. Read all reviews for Redditor - the perfect client for iPhone.
Redditor - the perfect client is free iOS app published by Tyanya Software LLC.
Simple bugs should be caught before an release.
The comment rendering in the app could use some work. My perfect Reddit app would use the structure and image browser and UI of this app but replace the comment page with the comment page Alien Blue has: the conditional buttons and thread collapsing is a must for actually using Reddit.
Better than every Reddit app on the marketplace. I've tried them all. Wish I could see the captions on the photos in albums from imgur and the triple tap for parents doesn't work for me but eh. Great app, great functionality, simple to use and easy to figure it out. Keep it up!!
Only complaint is inability to hide certain garbage subs from appearing on r/all which other apps apparently allow you to. Other than that no issues.
Shockingly bad app. I never review, but getting stuck in imgur and swipe down not working obnoxious.
The app works really well. Sometimes I feel like the navigation could be better. Like if you're on a link and you click the menu bar on the left, there's no simple way of closing it without losing where you were at. Other than that I like it
I haven't had many problems on this app, unlike most others. However, some of the interface is a little clunky and acts like it was made pre-iOS 9. Highly recommend to stay relevant with other people.
As of 3/31/16 the slide show image browser constantly displays an http 503 Service Unavailable error. I thought it might be Reddit but my other two Reddit client mobile apps work fine with media and images.
The best out of them so far. Don't have to have Reddit account to add subreddits to your favorites.
Easy to use Reddit app.