Wifi analyser. Many wifi routers are using a factory default channel, meaning you can end up in situation where most wifi in an apartment building are basically jamming each others.
Also gives you cool graphs so even your grandma can understand the issue.
Edit: Getting lots of questions about iPhones -- unfortunately I'm not aware of an equivalent for the App Store. If somebody knows of one, I'll gladly add it to my comment.
You download the app WiFi analyzer on your phone, check out which channels are super full, then you go to your routers wireless settings, change the channel to manual and choose a channel which no other WiFi networks. Done.
Edit: WiFi Analyzer by Farproc
Edit2: Its because the WiFis interfere with each other and get slower exponentially the further you are away from the router, because the relatively stronger signals from the other router interfere your signal. Doesnt matter when you have a small 55 m² apartment like i do, but if you have connection problems over a longer distance you can probably solve the problem by doing what i mentioned above.
If you still have a bad connection dont use WiFi-Extending-Shitunits and better use an Accespoint and lay a long cable properly once instead of the hazzle of always resetting and repositioning the extenders. These guys mostly cause more trouble and extend the bad signal they get. If you still want to use one of those atleast use them in the MIDDLE between your Router and the Computer using it. Not right next to the Computer, otherwise it will tune up the shit signal and your computer will show you 10/10 WiFi but internet is still not good.
Edit3: I forgot DLan - Internet over your power line, but it depends hardly on the wiring on your house but maybe its worth a look. I dont know many people that had a really good connection with that. E.g. you turn on the microwave and your character in CS:GO is porting through CT spawn because of that lol
Obligatory sorry 4 bad engrish am not mothertonk and drunken litel bit
Google Opinion Rewards - Free play store credit for the odd notification asking you survey questions. Not as intrusive as it sounds. I have about £7 of credit at the mo!
There is an app called Google Opinion Rewards. Every week or so you get a chance to do a survey for a chance at money added to your google wallet. The best part is as soon as you set it up, the first survey comes immediately and gives you a dollar. I used that to pay for the ad-free version of Textra.
Now I only have like $2 in my wallet, but it's free money and I just use it for apps I want.
Edit: RIP my inbox yikes
Here's the link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.paidtasks&hl=en
If you can't find it in the store it's probably not supported on your device.
THIS IS ANDROID ONLY
Also only US and a few other countries
Google opinion rewards. Get paid to answer questions, never pay for anything in the play store again
Edit: link to app
Edit edit: for those of you who never got questions I would check to make sure you have location services on as well as making sure you allow it to run in the background (I think this was a manual setting I had to change for it and the Gmail app to work properly on the most recent version of Android)
I'll take this opportunity to plug Google Opinion Rewards. It's not necessarily my favorite app, but I've never paid anything out of my own pocket on the Play Store because of it. When you install it, you will occasionally get notifications to take a survey. I usually get about 1-2 a week depending on where I go/what I do. Surveys last about 30 seconds to a minute. Sometimes you'll watch a video or something. They most commonly ask surveys about local shopping experiences so make sure to keep Location data turned on, unless you're not okay with them tracking you. Here are my earnings for the past 2 years as an example: https://i.imgur.com/C1CfuNC.png. Unfortunately, it's Android only because the credit they give you is only useful on the Google Play Store. Make sure to answer the questions truthfully for the best results because I believe they insert bogus options for answer choices occasionally to make sure you are being truthful, but that's just my theory.
Google Opinion Rewards. Free money for answering a few questions every few days.
Link for those who are curious. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.paidtasks&hl=en
I'm currently rocking Relay for Reddit.. Hand's down the best Reddit app I've used. Paging u/dbrady!
Play store link: Relay for reddit
Edit: best feature imho... ಠಠ(☞ﾟヮﾟ)☞(••)
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I still don't get why the Official Reddit App limits the length of comment chains arbitrarily.
Here's the goodbye comment that already exists. No need to comment 'Goodbye'. It's already there.
I reccomend Reddit Is Fun for Android, honestly. It's much better than the official app, for me at least. Link for the lazy
There is no shortcut. Just get the fuck out of bed when your alarm goes off. No excuses.
EDIT: It does help a lot if you use an app on your phone which uses the movement sensor to detect when best to awaken you in a 30-60 min window. I use Sleep as Android because cloud backup, but I'm sure others are as good.
You can use it to automate basically ANYTHING you can think of. Your imagination is the limit.
Sync for Reddit. Play store and subreddit.
I've used quite a few reddit apps both on Android and iOS, and sync just stands out above all others for me. The menu structure makes navigating through reddit/the app so easy, and the layout of posts/comments is great.
Bought the pro version years back and haven't yet found anything to drag me away from it.
I've actually gotten better at this by basing my alarms off of several 90-minute intervals and using tasker on my phone to wake me up with a good song. I make sure to change the song frequently so that I don't get ptsd when I hear it anywhere else.
>* Google Opinion Rewards - So I can get 0.12 cents for telling Google where I was and that I drove my car to get there
I just got a buck for telling Google I've never had a mini stroke. Is this a common thing? I might like this, if its a common thing.
Can someone explain why almost everybody posts videos without sound?
There is missing like 80% of the data.
Edit: turns out that Relay for Reddit is a really good app that solves many or all UI/UX problems with reddit.
Heyyy guys I want to recommend a new app from this unknown indie dev, it's called Nova Launcher and even though it doesn't have a lot of customizations and optimizations like Go Launcher I really like it so you might want to try it out!
Google Rewards is a survey app I use. Basically, the app tracks your location and asks you questions about your shopping habits, what you watch on TV, etc.
So basically trade your privacy for cash, instead of ads.
Always used Relay for Reddit, never seen an advertisement outside of the ad supported free version, which I didn't have for long before I bought it). It's evolved into something truly beautiful over the years!
I like how we have a button for advertising
If we're talking wifi specifically, do a wifi spectrum analysis with a free app and discover what channels your neighbors' networks are operating on. Change your router's settings and make sure yours is on the least crowded channel. You'll have less interference and should have better connectivity.
Edit: If you're using your phone to run the spectrum analysis, check out Wifi Analyzer. If you're doing it from your laptop or PC, check out Wifi Info View.
Generally stick to channels 1, 6, or 11 if you can. If not, check your throughput with the router set to other channels to see if any of them are better than where you started.
And yes, operating on the 5GHz spectrum is preferable above all other options. 802.11ac operates only in the 5GHz band.
I'm a fan of Sleep As Android. Mostly I just love the slowly increasing volume thunderstorm in the distance alarm. Very mellow to wake up to. I also like the math catchpa to turn off the alarm.
When you want to use that feature on reddit, there are two simple ways:
Buy reddit gold and it will sync automatically
http://synccit.com/ Create an account … install the plugin … install a android / iphone app which works with synccit.
Have fun browsing through reddit with visited links!
Looks great! Will try it out now.
Here are the Playstore links:
Sync for reddit
Sync for reddit Pro (2,69€)
If you're even seeing avatars, you're on the wrong app and version of Reddit. Relay (or your preferred 3rd party app) and old.reddit.com are the way to go.
Play store link : Relay for reddit
Promo Video : Relay
Step 1: Install Google Opinion Rewards
Step 2: Live your life.
Step 3: Take 5-20 second surveys every so often that give you $0.10 to $1.00 in Google Play money
Step 4: Buy Sync for reddit for free!
Google Opinion Rewards -- Get Play Store credit for answering short surveys. Women tend to get more than men. It's not alot at a time, and surveys frequency is all over the place, but it adds up. I've gotten $53.61 over the past 2 years and my girlfriend has gotten about $45 in just the past year.
I used to feel that pain. Here's what I do:
Using this system gets me up without snoozing till the absolute last fucking minute every fucking day (seriously how did I live that way so long?! This is so much better), which gives me way more time to wake up and do activities before I depart.
I started the cup of coffee before my commute a year or 2 back (used to wait until I got TO work because free coffee) and I have never had my eyes droop since. I think the coffee was the biggest factor but I am so happy with the other changes I had to share.
Coffee before you commute, Sleep for Android QR scan changed my mornings for the better. Going to sleep can fuck off
Messed up the wording for the app. It is Sleep As Android
Dev checking in, this is a fairly big update but these are the highlights:
The last version (V12) also added "peeking" to images (long press to see a speedy low bandwidth preview).
I've done this since January 2014. I've accumulated about $40 in surveys. It's nice to get free movie rentals or apps when you need them.
Don't lie or embellish in your answers. Nobody can fool Google over the course of years.
Proof and data for the curious: http://m.imgur.com/a/dVe93
I'm happy to answer any questions.
Interesting app ID: paid tasks.
So we do. Huh.
Jumping on this bandwagon. I know you're joking but I still wanted to suggest ppl try out the Google Rewards app. You get play store credit for answering surveys. Anywhere from US$0.10 to US$1.00 per survey. They are also typically very short. I've earned at total of $36 since starting it and still have $16 left (I rarely download paid apps not for any specific reason, just happens that way). If you have location always turned on it can get a little creepy by sending you surveys of places you been at or nearby. I'm ok with this but you might not
Try Sync for Reddit if you're on Android. The app is awesome, the developper is even awesome-r and the community around the app is great too.
EDIT: r/redditsync is the app's subreddit for suggestions and bug reports, etc.
I like Sleep with Android. It appears gets better and better. Great for droids.
edit: Sleep as Android but sticking with Sleeping with Androids.
You should download Google Opinion Rewards.
All you have to do is answer survey questions to earn credit that can be used in the Play Store. I have earned nearly $200.00 over the course of a few years.
I (mainly) use Boost. It was the first app that felt right to me! So, I feel unsatisfied with the rest.
Official app has limited customization options. Most unofficial app has some unique features to distinguish it from the pack. Boost is highly customizable; Joey is optimized for some popular subreddits; Relay has a very interesting UI; RedReader is very minimal; etc.
Play store link: Boost for reddit
So from the beginning:
Nova Launcher: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teslacoilsw.launcher
Launch Nova Launcher go to Desktop and set the Desktop Grid to 7x5 and allow Enable Widget Overlap, as well as disabling the Dock and Notification Tray.
Launch PipDroid and choose the color to install. Exit the app.
Press and hold on your home screen and select Widgets.
Add any size UCCW widget.
From the UCCW menu select PipDroid [Color].
Resize the UCCW widget to fit at the bottom of your screen.
If you have any questions just reply to this or message me!
You can use the Tasker app for Android to block calls using wildcards during certain hours. Here's a guide on how to set up call blocking.
I have a similar profile that mutes calls from non-Favorite numbers during certain hours so I can only be contacted for emergencies, etc.
Boost for Android is literally a million times better than normal reddit, so much that you start wondering wtf is going on with the development of the main app.
There's an app called Sleep as Android that tracks your sleep and adjusts your alarm clock within a choosen timeframe based on your phase of sleep. Never really worked for myself but other people seem to love it.
It's got to be the Wifi. When you're in this "portal" you're near a wifi AP with an SSID / MAC that matches one in Atlanta GA. MAC addresses are supposed to be unique, but when manufacturers are given a limited pool that they can use, they will sometimes reuse them but ship those products to different parts of the world to avoid network conflicts.
If you want to confirm this, get something like Wifi Analyzer and write down / screenshot the MAC addresses that are nearby when this happens. And someone else in that spot in Atlanta do the same thing. You'll probably find a match.
Relay just received a huge new update. I highly recommend it. Check out this video to see it in action. It has an OLED theme too.
Play Store Link
Boost is a great Reddit client with AMOLED full dark mode.
I've been using it for years and could not be happier. Extensive functionality and customability, consistent support from the developer.
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Try Sleep as Android
It has "captcha" feature for alarms. I use the one that requires me to get up and scan a QR code somewhere in the house, but that's not the only option.
You don't need to track your sleep if you don't want to, just use it as an alarm clock even after a trial period ends.
You really can't talk about the power of Android apps without bringing up Tasker. In a nutshell, it allows you to automate just about anything on your phone.
I use it to automatically silence my phone whenever I'm at school or charging overnight. I use it to block calls from first time unknown callers. I use it to enable or disable auto rotate depending on which app I'm in. I've used it in the past to switch between two different launchers based on whether I'm at school or not. I've even set it up to do some wacky things like play the Wii Shop Channel theme whenever I open the Play Store (stole the idea from someone else) and speed up or slow down all system-wide animations based on the amount of light hitting the light sensor.
If you can't tell already, it's insanely powerful and limited really only by your creativity. If you want to try before you buy I think I remember a trial version being on the developer's website. But it really is the best few dollars I've spent on an app.
Sesame Search is a universal search app that integrates seamlessly into Nova launcher and other custom launchers. You can search your Spotify playlists, subscribed subreddits, contacts, and tons more all from the same place. By far the best search solution I've seen on any phone ever and it's what convinced me to use a custom launcher instead of the stock Pixel launcher.
Another part of Android that I enjoy that I haven't seen mentioned are live wallpapers, and Google makes some that are downright sexy. You can sideload any of their Pixel live wallpapers by looking for them on Google. Fracta, Minima, Chrooma, and Material Islands are all quality too and those are available on the Play Store.
Download Google Opinion Rewards. Google sends you surveys every so often and they pay $0.10-1.00 per survey and its added to your Google Wallet™ which can in turn use for in-app payments.
I've been using RiF (GP) for at least 7 years and see no ads, at all.
Download Google Opinion Rewards, and then buy the golden platinum edition with the free credit.
Boost for reddit, my reddit client of choice, just got a huge update in the beta channel and it's absolutely great!
To italicize, put an asterisk before and after the text you want in italics. Ex: * words * but without spaces between the letter and asterisk will show words
To show bold, do the same thing but with 2 asterisks before and after the text you want in bold. Ex: ** words ** but without spaces between the letter and asterisks will show words
Put a ">" before the text you want to quote. Ex: >quoted words will show
Everything you type will be in quote mode until you make a new paragraph. It is possible to italicize and bold inside of quotes
Some Android clients have cool little toolbars that pop up over your keyboard for italics, bolding, quoting, adding links, and previewing what your about to post. I use Boost for Reddit. iOS might have clients that do this as well but I never tried anything on there besides the official app
Hope this helps, OP
Edit: to ~~strikethrough~~, put two tildes (~ x2) before and after the text you want struckthrough. Ex: ~~ words ~~ but without the spaces between the word and tildes will show ~~words~~
That's so cool
Boost for Reddit
The app that made me fall in love with reddit. I've not used reddit on PC much, but this app pretty much made me check in everyday.
Everything about its UX, UI and features feels great on mobile.
I've tried the other clients and the official app, but nothing comes close to this app.
I made a domain filter for their site, never seen them again. It's great.
edit: To clarify, I use RES to do it with Reddit in my browser, with similiar functionality in my preferred mobile Reddit app, Sync for Reddit. The first time Google Now tried to show my an article from them I selected Never show news from this site again. Between those couple steps, that's eliminated them entirely.
I keep hearing all these terrible things you Official Reddit App users have to put up with and I keep wondering why you don't switch apps? I've never used the official reddit app once.
seriously no excuse.
Try Reddit Sync ("Sync for Reddit" in the Play store). It works way better than the desktop or mobile sites on Android. Easy to browse subreddits, sync a bunch of pages if you want to save data while on WiFi, and you can rearrange favorite subreddits (swiping from the left) making it easy to quickly get to your favorite ones. Side bar is swipe from the right too, it's very mobile friendly.
And the Dev is fairly active on Reddit.
Relay for Reddit is my favorite.
Edit: who knew silly tribalism extends even to Reddit mobile apps? Let the people like what they like! :)
But what about relay?
Relay Version: 8.2.41 Pro
Phone: Huawei Nexus 6P (Nexus 6P)
Android Version: O (25)
Device (product): angler (angler)
Reddit is full of shit like this. See here. The best way to use the platform is via a third-party app. If you have Android, Sync is without doubt the best of the bunch.
If you're on Android - install Google opinion rewards (search the play store).
Do a few surveys, they reward you with play store credit. Most times the very first survey is worth $1. Wait a few days, get over $2.
Purchase BR from the play store with store credit. Don't use in app purchase.
No ads for life, cost you nothing.
Also, the rewards app works better if you leave location history on. You'll get surveys asking to rank stores you've visited. Just don't lie to the app, they'll know you're lieing and stop sending you surveys.
I've been doing Google opinion rewards for 1.5 years, and have over $75 in play store credit.
Edit:. Here's the link to the rewards app:
There's even a dedicated button in the app to enter the above information for promo sake.
I used RiF for several years until I found Relay. You should check it out.
Get nova launcher. From there you can long press the icons and click edit. You can change the icon. For this I am guessing he's using Mini icon pack!!
Edit: no idea what clock OP's using. I would recommend Timely but I'm just a guy on the Internet
Sleep for Android does this for Android (duh). Aside from sensing using the accelerometer/gyroscope it can also use ultrasound sensing with the phone placed next to the bed.
It has a ton of other additional features such as logging and showing charts over your sleep history, playing lullabies, helping induce lucid dreaming and even using Wi-Fi connected lights as a sunrise simulator instead of using an alarm.
Tasker has not been banned from the Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.dinglisch.android.taskerm&hl=en
They were delisted because they had implemented a function (android.permission.REQUEST_IGNORE_BATTERY_OPTIMIZATIONS) that stops the phone from sleeping properly. A function that Google had notified everyone with some advanced notice would not be allowed except for in certain instances which Tasker did not meet. The Tasker Crew cleaned things up and got the app back up in no time.
I'll start. For Android users, Google Opinion Rewards will give you Play credit for answering market research questions. The amount of questions you get deepens heavily on your demographics it seems, as my female friend of the same age gets about twice as many questions as I do, but I've still obtained like six or seven dollars in the past few weeks. Nothing amazing, but spending money.
After lots of people on Reddit told me to use "Reddit is fun" app instead. I am now part of the people telling others to use the "Reddit is fun" app instead.
edit: added a link because typing 3 words into Google is hard.
I have a QR code taped to my bathroom mirror. My phone's alarm won't turn off until I walk my tired self down the hall and into the bathroom to scan the QR code. Then, you're already in the bathroom, so you can just start getting ready.
Has math problems, QR scanning, NFC scanning, and a few other methods to keep you from just slapping the snooze button. Pretty nifty. Oh and it will track your sleep cycles and wake you up at a good time.
<strong>Joey for reddit</strong> : The best Reddit client right now. It streams match threads. Has passcode lock. Free and ad free.
<strong>Timbre</strong> : Video/audio editor. Cut, join and convert video and audio files. Free and ad free.
New version is out of beta and available for anyone.
Official announcement: Boost for reddit 1.9.0 - Flair emojis, new awards, save favorite searches, highlight new comments, reply with secondary account, block users and a lot more!
Having Reddit Gold will remove ads in Relay too. It also enables cross device syncing for read items (although this has to be activated in your Reddit settings first).
this is the link to tasker (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.dinglisch.android.taskerm&hl=en). as for the task i set up, i was using the cell towers around work (because the gps didn't work well in the building) for tasker to know i was in my office. if it connected to my work cell towers between 9-930 it would say "hey baby just got to work, miss you.", or other message randomly chosen from a list, then i had a list of generic nice messages (miss you, can't wait to see you, etc) that would get sent when i would plug the phone in/unlock the screen when i was at work. then when i would leave work and the phone would drop off my work cell towers it would send a message saying "hey baby just left work see you soon" or something along those lines. i had 3 lists of messages, an arrived at work list, left work list, and general nice message list and tasker would randomly pick which message to send to help it not seem so automated.
I don't see why not using the Tasker app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.dinglisch.android.taskerm&hl=en_CA
I use Relay and I love it
An sich keine blöde Idee, die Schlafdauer so zu timen dass man in einer Leichtschlafphase aufwacht... aber das fundamentale Problem bei dem Ansatz ist halt, dass man nur schwer die Kontrolle darüber hat wann genau man einschläft.
Ich empfehle den umgekehrten Ansatz: Nicht die Einschlafzeit anpassen, sondern die Weckzeit.
Da gibt's echt gute Apps für, ich nutze sleep as Android. Klingt auf den ersten Blick wie eine weitere schwachsinnige Lifestyle-Optimierungs-App, aber die bietet wirklich einen reellen Mehrwert.
Man legt sich das Handy mit auf die Matratze, und durch Mikrofon und Lagesensor merkt das Gerät wenn man gerade im Bett herumwühlt (also gerade nur im Leichtschlaf ist). Man stellt dann zum Beispiel ein dass man geweckt werden will, wenn irgendwann zwischen 6:00 und 6:30 eine Leichtschlafphase festgestellt wird. Auch wenn man dann netto vielleicht mal 20 Minuten weniger schläft als man eigentlich könnte, kommt man deutlich besser aus den Federn.
I prefer relay
It even has this neat button to help me promote it.
Another good reddit app is boost
It even provides a handy link to download
Google Opinion Rewards
You get to answer surveys based on your location and your browsing habits (gotta be comfortable about that fact) but you receive various amount of money in your Google Play Store account for each surveys you respond to. I haven't paid for an app in a while. I think I'm up to around $80 since I started several years ago.
Be honest, as Google occasionally asks you verification questions. Unless you're a rare demographic, you probably won't be getting $40 worth of credits.
I've used Google Opinion Rewards for a few years, and absolutely love it.
Throughout the day (usually 1 every day or two for me, varies though) a 10 second survey will pop up, and give a little bit of change for Google Play. Over time, this really adds up, and I generally make $10 every month or two, which I use to buy things in games. Definitely worth a try, it's free money!
Even comes with a handy download link ;)
Sleep as Android has the same function, as well as other features like making you solve math problems or scan a QR code to turn off the alarm. I have a complicated relationship with the snooze button so that last piece is super helpful for me.
This makes a huge difference if you live somewhere with shared walls between units. I use the "Wifi analyzer" app on Android to check which channels are being used by neighbors.
Guys I found a better alternative if you browse on mobile theirs an app called Boost it has a better video player and you can download any post you see without a water mark or anything
Sleep as Android
It does other cool things like track your sleep state via motion and try to wake you up outside of REM. Record snoring.
Reddit is Fun is a reddit client which is not in the wiki. It's a sexy client which is compact and has many features (mod tools being a major one of them). The free version has all the features of the paid version except that it has ads (tell me what devs do that these days?). The ads can also be disabled if you don't use the moderator features. It has a compact view which is quite information dense. There's also great theme support including dark themes and card views. The RiF community is very active and the dev is quite fast in answering questions. He doesn't talk much though
EDIT : link - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.andrewshu.android.reddit
Wifi Analizer, para descubrir cómo llega el Wifi a cierta zona de tu casa. La App arma un gráfico con el rendimiento de las redes que haya, y vas a ver cómo cambia a medida que te movés.
I also was going to say my Reddit app (Boost, just in case you need to know)
That said, Google Assistant. I've been having a lot of fun lately playing audio games with my kids (6&8).. they can play Mad Libs over and over.
Get Google Opinion Rewards, it pays you in Play Store credit for answering surveys. You'll have enough credit to purchase in no time.
Relay for Reddit Is one of the best around. Highly customizable, very stable. Also a great community subreddit with active participation from the dev at r/RelayforReddit.
I'm a big fan of Relay for reddit been using it for 5+ years
Relay for Reddit has awesome formatting features for posts and comments
Has ok look to it too I guess
Oh yeah, and you can close sub threads too.
Good job. :)
Also, if you have an android and want a client that does this for you, Reddit Is Fun has the formattinf available so you don't have to remember it.
Try it out if you want!
Relay Version: 8.2.41
Phone: Htc m8 (HTC One (M8))
Android Version: 7.1.2 (25)
Device (product): htc_m8 (lineage_m8)
Rom: lineage_m8-userdebug 7.1.2 N2G47O 317cae552a
Literally just installed Relay just for this.
I always put 2k eggs into the orange incubator (they have the best stardust per km return). If I don't have a 2k egg avaiable, only then will I put a 5k into the orange incubator. Blue incubators I use almost exclusively for 10k eggs but will put an occasional 5k in just in order to help clear eggs from my inventory (mostly in those cases where you only have 5k eggs)
I haven't had to do it in a while but I also supplement gym coins with the free money that can be obtained using Google Opinion Rewards app. It doesn't pay out a ton but it can eventually add up and everything helps if you're going the F2P route.
Or alternatively, just install Sleep As Android - it's possibly the best consumer sleep monitoring system out there. The new version has a sonar system which means you don't even need to put the phone on your bed anymore. Oh and Sleep automatically integrates with your smart lights and other home automation systems, so it can dim then lights at night, simulate the sunrise etc.
Assuming he's on mobile, the Relay for reddit app tells you how big the gif is as it's downloading. Useful for those of use who aren't lucky enough to still be grandfathered into an unlimited data plan.
Boost For Reddit is an extremely well made Reddit app, I used almost all the ones out there and I kept coming back to Boost. The dev (u/rmayayo) also listens to the community and keeps everyone in the loop about what's going on. 10/10
You also get a cute message for donating
I like Reddit Is Fun
It's been around for a while, so tried and tested it seems to work pretty well
Displays very similar to stock "desktop" reddit does
simple and very easy to use
doesn't delete any comments in a comment thread
simple and doesn't really have super fancy add-on features or subreddit specific css(still shows flair though, text only)
sometimes gyfcat and imgur links get stuck loading and you have to open in browser to view them