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Ich benutze BaconReader. Hab auch schon viele andere Reddit apps probiert, werd aber mit keiner so richitg warm und greife dann wieder auf den Speckleser zurück
> If you are on Mobil (and I personally always am), you can't see the sidebar (I think that you can find it in the upper right corner of the screen).
Yup, on BaconReader at least you click on the menu icon top right and there's a "View sidebar" option. I imagine other apps have something similar (and, if they don't, perhaps it's time to think about using another app).
>"About half use a browser while on a mobile device"
>"Very few of you use the .compact (mobile) version of Reddit in said browser"
Oh my god. People.. BaconReader exists! And it's extremely good.
Yeah. It has ads, but it's $2 for premium in the store.
Here's the link if you want to check it out
Try the free version before you buy premium. And if you do buy it, buy it from the Play Store. Not in-app.
Get it while it's crispy
I've used Baconreader for years. Both on Android and iOS. Works really great and very nicely allows you to be logged in to multiple accounts and quickly switch between them. I have premium in Android but the adds are not to bad.
If it did that then yeah, we would. But it doesn't. We tested it beforehand and found no extra problems on firefox and chrome for computers that have enough power to run SF4.
For work computers, laptops, and other alternatives we have the pause button available. This keeps the subreddit style so you can see cool stuff like (##360) -> (##360) but lowers the CPU requirement.
Another more extreme alternative is to turn off subreddit styles completely. Finally, mobile apps like baconreader or sync for reddit don't use styles either.
If you are experiencing a memory leak, try using your browser in safe mode to disable addons and also make sure your browser is up to date (chrome and firefox by default do this automatically).
2 anos de Cultura Inglesa, 6 meses morando fora (sem ser intercâmbio voltado para aprender a língua, foi meio que uma viagem forçada), e depois muitos anos de leitura, estudo, conversações, interações, viagens para usar a língua, amigos, etc. Nunca fui de seguir muitas regras gramaticais pois os anos de estudo na escola foram insuficientes, meu inglês é meio bicho grilo, mas fiz IELTS ano retrasado e tirei 7.5 no General, so I got that goin' for me which is nice!
EDIT: BaconReader ([link])
Reddittiä varten BaconReader. Z Launcer ei oikein koskaan itselle toiminut, vaan Nova on vakiinnuttanut paikkansa. HDWidgets toimii hyvin ja siitä saa ihan siistin näköisen kokonaisuuden lisänappeineen. HERE on ihan pakollinen ja paras karttaohjelma joka oikeasti toimii joka paikassa.
Baconreader's a reddit browsing app, just not the official one
> Bee tee dubbs, its Yea or Nay, not Yay my dude.
Ah damn, didn't know that, woops!
As for the flair, I posted a guide on the wiki about how to set your own flair even on mobile. I'll copypaste it here for you, please let me know if it's hard to understand or something if there's any other problem that would stop people from doing it, I need to know to I can adapt:
If you browse reddit on mobile you can still set your flair, make sure to browse the website in desktop mode, you can do this by tapping the icon on the top right and then tapping desktop site. While this works, I strongly suggest using an app, specifically "bacon reader" is one I find particularly good, better than the official reddit app, and it's available on iPhone and android.
Once on the app go to the subreddit and tap the menu icon on the top right, then -> View sidebar - Set user flair
These are useful links to get the app:
I don't know what you use to browse on mobile.
I'm on android and I use bacon reader. On the top right there's a menu button, you know, the one with three dots in vertical.
Touch those -> View sidebar - Set user flair
Bacon reader is on iphone too, I'll give you links to download it on both iphone and android:
I installed the off-brand mobile app, BaconRadar.
I should thank that guy.
You can use Reddit on your phone through BaconRadar
If you use reddit on your phone, install BaconReader
It has so many pros and next to none cons, because the normal reddit apl just sucks.
Experienced lurker here.
If you're not on mobile, install Reddit Enhancement Suite.
If you are on mobile, install an app you like. I use BaconReader for Android.
Besides that, people experience Reddit differently. I've never been a big commenter.
The browser page won't load because it's like a dedicated server.
Also, Flow for Reddit hasn't been updated in a year. RedditUploads was launched with the release of the Official Reddit app, but it's rubbish.
I highly recommend BaconReader. The community is awesome, too.
Dude (or dudette), you've got to get yourself a reddit app. It's just so much easier to browse with.
I use BaconReader but there are others. It's the first and only I've tried, so I couldn't tell you how it differs from the others.
A couple of weeks back, they forced a Beta that was far worse. Like, it would have its own circle of hell, it was so bad.
Here. Give BaconReader a try. I'm using it right now. I started with BaconReader. I've never actually used the website lol
But, if you decide you like it, buy the Pro from the market. Otherwise, you'll have to log out and in if you see an ad.
BaconReader and reddit is fun (my personal choice) are the two best ones on Android, IMO. BaconReader appears to be available on iPhone, too, if that's your platform.
[link] Premium version
Love the 'not a paid endorsement' part, because it's usually people who are genuinely happy that you have made their lives just that little bit easier.
About, the DMCA part, I think it's fine(I hope) many Apps use Reddit as part of their name, as long as you don't mix it with 'official' in the title. Like RiF, Joey, even Bacon Reader.
It wasn't the first time someone told me, I went and double checked and it seems fine, as long as I don't include 'official' in the title.
Para o Chrome uso Dark Reader.
No meu telefone também uso BaconReader para Reddit, com a configuração "Dark Theme".
Probably the first rule of reddit is always read the side bar before posting as subs vary a lot as to what's acceptable.
If you're using a web browser then the side bar will be on the right hand side of your browser window.
On pretty much any reddit phone app (I use BaconReader) when viewing a sub there's a "View sidebar" option if you look hard enough.
Hope this helps?
^Edit: ^not ^strictly ^true, ^I ^use ^BaconReader ^Premium ^as ^I ^think ^the ^authors ^deserve ^paying ^for ^a ^fine ^app.
You can also use a Reddit app such as BaconReader and have the ability to use flair and it has some nice custom settings as well.
If you're on PC, just hover over the link.
If you're on Android, BaconReader displays all YT links as red text.
There's a lot out there. Try BaconReader and Reddit is fun.
Oh, it didn't break. This is just how BaconReader renders Markdown tables. And it works really well for tables that are actually showing tabular data. It doesn't work at all for tables being used for visual layout alone.
But I thought it was oddly appropriate that your more Enterprise-y example became garbled nonsense.
As for the white-on-black theme, it's more battery-friendly on AMOLED displays.
I use both BaconReader and Sync for Reddit but I'd be curious about what Reddit would bring to the table in terms of design or features that these two, and others, currently don't.
Bacon reader for Reddit android app.
I am not saying it's the best app but I cant reddit on my pc at all, last time l lost my phone I didn't reddit until I got a new phone.
I use BaconReader, I really like the search function that I haven't found in other apps. Plus, I'm just used to how the menus are laid out.
It's definitely not as pretty as other apps though.
If you have an Android phone or tablet, install Bacon Reader: that's what I use.
You can then go into the settings, so that posts (and comments) are always ordered by "New" first.
It's made Reddit completely useable for me, on my mobile devices.
If you're browsing Reddit on an Android device, try using Bacon Reader.
You can order posts & comments from new-to-old, and there's an inbuilt search button and stuff.
It makes Reddit so much easier on my phone and tablet.
I use the Bacon Reader app for Reddit. I'll get a notification on my Pebble, telling me I have a new Reddit notification, but it won't give me any detail, until I open the Bacon Reader app on my phone.
If I dismiss the notification on my Pebble, it doesn't dismiss the notification on the phone. It's good enough for me. I'm not a heavy Reddit user.
I would go for BaconReader. Pretty decent and comfortable UI, in-app support for reading articles using Readability and almost everything can be done in the app that you can do on the web.
I respectfully disagree :)
> What's New in 4.1.0:
>Revamp of how we handle various link formats:
>- IMAGEs (.jpg, .png) - no animation, stored in image cache, shown in zoomable image viewer
>- GIFs (.gif) - animated, now also stored in image cache, shown in custom gif viewer
>- VIDEOs (.gifv, .mp4, .webm) - animated, not stored, shown in VideoView
>- WEB PAGEs (.html) - just web content
Looks like it's the second latest update. if you are still using the same method but cleaned the UX up a bit I'm not complaining.
I was just working on this!
Currently it's on my phone downloading the OBB files, I'll report back when it finishes (this is my first time installing Hearthstone on my phone). Might take a while though, my internet is terrible >_>
Edit: When I said "a while", I meant it. Currently only 10% done downloading, I feel like I'm on dial-up :-p
For anyone who wants to try this on their own, just follow the tutorial here to patch the APK file. Ignore the part about downloading the OBB file, because we're going to do that directly.
For downloading the OBB files, you need to have Hearthstone on your Google Play account. Since Google won't let you download the app if you don't have a tablet, you'll have to hack it a little:
1) Open Google Play on your computer, and find any app that you have not purchased before (I'll use BaconReader as an example here)
2) Open up your web developer tools (I used Firefox, but Chrome/IE should be fine too with a few tweaks to the instructions), and navigate to the "network" panel
3) Install the app on your phone by clicking the install button (twice). You may delete it after this tutorial.
4) Under the developer tools window, some new items should have shown up. Right click the item that says "POST [link]", and click "Edit and Resend"
5) Scroll down to "Request body", find the part that says "id=<blah blah blah>" (for BaconReader, that would be "id=com.onelouder.baconreader")
6) Change the part after the equals sign to "com.blizzard.wtcg.hearthstone" (so it reads "id=com.blizzard.wtcg.hearthstone" now). Do not touch anything other than the id part.
7) Press the "Send" button
If all goes well, you should now have Hearthstone in your Google Play purchased apps list. Now when you open the app on your phone, it will download the OBB files directly from Google.
It is something we've been considering. One of our engineers goes into more detail regarding the challenges involved in the post I linked above:
> Q: Jeez, guys why don't you enable two-factor authentication (2FA) already?
> A: We're definitely considering it. In fact, admins are required to have 2FA set up to use the administrative parts of the site. It's behind a second authentication layer to make sure that if we get hacked, the most that an attacker can do is post something smug and self serving with a little [A] after it, which...well nevermind.
> Unfortunately, to roll this out further, reddit has a huge ecosystem of apps, including our newly released iOS and android clients, to say nothing of integrations like with ifttt.com and that script you wrote as a school project that you forgot to shut off. "Adding 2FA to the login flow" will require a lot of coordination.
>Edit: I also miss the reddit app. Android version is so dam bad
The good thing is that there are many alternatives to the official Reddit app, which is indeed not great. Here are some popular ones:
BaconReader for Reddit
Boost for Reddit
Joey for Reddit
reddit is fun - my preference
Relay for Reddit
Slide for Reddit
Sync for Reddit
Baconreader does it. [link]
BaconReader is my favorite.
Why no love for BaconReader? Their single sub widgets are amazing [link]
I'm surprised Baconreader doesn't get more love. I've tried quite a few and this one wins by miles.
If you have android, install Bacon Reader, it does support spoiler tag
It's a mobile app for Reddit. I like it pretty well.
BaconReader, assolutamente perfetta
It makes me think of this : [link]
I use an app for chrome (not mobile, sorry... but see below for a mobile option) called Stylish. It lets you import userstyles that basically modify the CSS of common websites (bear with me, I am not a technical guy).
The userstyle mod I use for Reddit is called "Insomnia." I use one for Youtube that blacks everything out too for a more 'theater mode' experience. I also have a global black for night browsing. Once you have Stylish installed, you can just toggle on/off any userstyle you install real easily.
It just makes things a little easier on the eyes for people who are in front of screens as much as I am.
If you just want to have reddit be dark, you can enable "dark mode" in RES on your laptop.
For mobile --> you can replicate this effect using the Bacon Reader as your reddit app. Frankly, it's the best mobile reddit app hands down IMO. It also has a built in dark mode or an even darker mode called "black mode" I think. That's my default mobile/tablet reddit experience.
You forgot the best one...
Store Rating: 4.5
# installs: over 1 Mill
If you're coming from iOS, you might enjoy Bacon Reader.
If you want the most "reddit" like experience and lots of functionality, reddit is fun.
If you prefer looks over function, then get either Sync for Reddit, or Reddit News.
If you need a reddit client that actually performs a sync function with posts and comments, then get reddit offline. It's fairly new, and doesn't look too sharp, but its great functionality that every other reddit app is missing.
If you're a fan of magazine or newspaper type layouts, then you might want to try Reddit Now.
If you have a Android wearable device, then check out Reddit for Wear.
And finally, if all you want to do is check out the latest AMA's, then get the official Ask Me Anything client.
Y'all folk need baconreader.
Reddit is fun
And there is paid versions, without ads
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I would be very surprised if people gave it a shot and didn't like it.
BaconReader and Slide
Fast. Bacon Reader
Io uso Bacon Reader e mi trovo molto bene.
BaconReader app: play store. Pretty convenient in my opinion
BaconReader is another option for you, possibly.
Try Baconreader [link]
Mobile or Desktop?
Baconreader (free & ad-based/$1.99) for reddit is nice, though it doesn't include all the possible functionality - like I've never seen the popup message you apparently get for upvoting on CC.
Titanium Backup (free & limited/$5.99) is a must if you're on a rooted Android. The app data and backup has saved me from myself many times already, and I hope will continue to do so (I'll probably have to buy it eventually as a thank you).
Greenify for Android (free/"donation"-ware with some advanced & experimental features only available to donators) is nice for helping save battery life. It can manually (or automatically on I think 4.1+ only) "hibernate" apps so that they can't constantly sit there open and draining battery. You can still use them normally as you please, unlike Freeze/Thaw of Titanium Backup, and they may still be opened somehow other than by you (not sure how, I'm guessing it's when one app uses another for something).
The Xposed Framework (only free versions AFAIK) is another amazing toy. It allows the use of "modules" that have a wide range of functionality - Greenify has some experimental features availablle through a module, there's ad-blockers, a macro expansion tool (type a key phrase & it will be replaced with text you setup previously), and way more including some very advanced technical (and dangerous) system tweaks. Make sure you get the right version! There's a specific one for Android 5.0+ that won't work on other versions, and other versions won't work on 5.0+.
A cache cleaner (preferably with or just as a widget like SLW Cache Cleaner (free) or if that doesn't work something like App Cache Cleaner (free) which is a full app but includes a widget) is awesome on Android. Rather than needing to go through and clear app caches yourself you can tap a widget on the home screen. I use this constantly and can no longer stand going without one (SLW is my all-time favorite but I'm using ACC because it wasn't working for me on CyanogenMod 13/Android 6.0.1).
X-plore File Manager has quickly become my favorite file manager on Android. The dual windows are insanely useful when you're trying to copy/move something between two folders, and the Recycle Bin option is also nice but I usually leave it off as I tend to forget it's there and then have to remember it when the storage gets full.
Tinfoil for Facebook (free) makes using Facebook from mobile much easier. It's really just a security layer for the login, but it works great as a mobile Facebook app.
(Mac) AppCleaner is the easiest way I've found to uninstall apps AND get the crap that most of them leave behind and may muck up the system.
(Mac) CleanUp smb mess is a nice little tool to clean the .DS_Store and other "hidden" files you'll often find on mobile devices or SD cards after connecting them to a Mac. Check the device in the app's list, press Clean, and done - it even ejects it for you (part of why the files don't suddenly reappear upon deletion..they will if you plug it back into the Mac though).
(Mac, Windows, Linux, most mobile OSes) VLC Media Player (free) is awesome. It handles most media codecs and some streaming media, you can make/get skins to change the look, there are extensions to add functionality (big fan of VLSub personally), and is open source.
(Mac, Windows, Linux, most mobile OSes) TeamViewer (free for personal/$800+) is awesome if you're at all into tech support or just lazy like me and like to play on your PC from your phone occasionally. You can do screen sharing with Skype instead of course, but with TV you can actually take control of the remote PC rather than just telling them what to do.
(Mac, Linux, some others based on Unix) CrossOver (free trial/$39.95+; Mac or Linux) or Wineskin (free; Mac only) are excellent tools to at least try to run Windows-only programs on Mac/Linux. A lot of stuff that requires DirectX10+ or .NET may not work, but they are constantly improving the support for those (even added some DX11 support recently, though it's still not very useful). Both are based on Wine which basically translates the Windows-only code to comparable Mac/Linux code. It runs everything as if it's native, but performance may suffer. Good for gaming at the very least - have played GTA III, SA, and even most of IV (before I broke it..) using Wineskin, among many others (before they broke them with updates to the games or I beat the game).
Since I'm mentioning downloading possibly strange programs VirusTotal and Anubis also deserve a mention. They're online anti-virus/malware and suspicious URL scanners which can give you a good idea if a program/site is safe or not. VT uses around 60 different scanners to check, Anubis simply uses one...but tells you every file created/accessed, every URL embedded in or accessed by the program, and much more, and it can also scan Android APKs. Both sites have a size limit (VT: 128MB, Anubis: 8MB) but are still quite useful for anything that fits.
Edit: added some links.
Check out BaconReader, that app has a list view
Só respondendo ao segundo ponto: Eu uso o Baconit e ele é super bom.
Looks like BaconReader.
BaconReader. I've tried a ton of them and it's the best.
Easiest way to explain is to show: [link]
Have you tried BaconReader
Use BaconReader, the best reddit app! (I'm not affiliated, just loved it for many years.)
There is also Baconreader (I have the pro version mind you). It is also a great app imo.
Bacon Reader - iOS |