Do NOT download a random free VPN from the app store. First try using the app 220.127.116.11, this isnt a real vpn so there is no expectation of privacy, however, they will encrypt your dns requests so your requests might still go through to Apollo's servers. If you are gonna get a VPN do some research and get something "respectable" like NordVPN or Private Internet Access
Totally fair criticism, but it has the same permissions as the official Reddit app, Reddit just doesn't present it for their app and the wording for third party apps kinda sucks as you saw.
> When signing into Apollo, it requests specific permissions from your Reddit account, such as the ability to upvote. This is very simply because in order for Apollo to do anything — something as simple as upvoting a link when you tap the upvote button — Reddit (rightly) requests that you give the client the ability to do these things. Apollo never performs any actions without you clearly requesting it to (such as by tapping a button). This is very simply required in order for the app to function whatsoever.
I used RiF for several years until I found Relay. You should check it out.
Play store link: Relay for reddit
See more of what I did with the icon here^The previous icon wasn't harmed in any way during the process of creating this new icon
Worldwide Time Table for the first beta time
Worldwide Time Table for the second beta time
Might be useful.
Depends on your threat model. If your just watching some TV or going on not-too-controversial Reddit, then it's probably fine to go with a more garden variety VPN provider. I would definitely not trust my personal freedom and livelyhood with NordVPN or PIA though, if say I was like a journalist or political activist or something like that.
Here's my attempt at making an alternative icon for Apollo! The robot's name is Apolly!
Let me know what you guys think! 😁
Link to Dribbble shot
Counterpoint: It wouldn't be that hard to deploy a JIRA, the professional license for which starts at US$10 a year. And there are lots of people here who'd be happy to volunteer to help out with it.
I'd just like to see this sub be something other than postings about known bugs over and over and over.
It’s just better in literally every way. It depends on how you use it what you will value most.
I like swiping to vote, clear comment hierarchy, dark mode with tons of color options, and no ads ever. Those are my top few, plus it constantly improves as the dev keeps a pulse on the community and builds what is most requested.
Also check the subreddit you are in, the top post is the new update coming tomorrow. That change log list is just new features and he releases updates/fixes constantly.
I paid $25 for lifetime access to all pro features(notification servers cost money and he also has to live). Best deal ever, and I try to donate every time some new feature blows my mind as thanks.
Boost is a pretty great option!
It's not the same as Apollo, but it is a great Reddit app for Android that follows the material design convention pretty well. It's also hugely customizable. Takes some getting used to, but it's the best I've found.
Was gonna say something along those lines
I'm traveling at the moment, and decided to get a VPN just cause I don't want everything to default to the destination's native languages, one option on NordVPN called "CyberSec" blocks ads and malware.. honestly didn't think it would work but dang it actually does :) never looked back!
Don’t think so. I’m not a native speaker, but it refers to the squashing of individual bugs, as in the crushing of insects. It’s figurative speech.
But then it's a) inconsistent with other views of Reddit and b) in violation of the Markdown spec which says, "Regular Markdown syntax is not processed within code blocks. E.g., asterisks are just literal asterisks within a code block. This means it's also easy to use Markdown to write about Markdown's own syntax."
This is a bug, and should be fixed.
Relay for Reddit.
That, or Sync for Reddit.
Both are excellent options. In addition to an iPhone 7 Plus, I also own an Axon 7. To which, Relay for Reddit is my favorite whilst using that phone. It's very streamlined and the developer is very active. Give it a shot!
Edit: If you do get Relay, be sure to try out the different themes. I'd recommend switching to Night, or Night (OLED) if you want to save your retinas!
If the user is on a carrier that throttles video (some wired internet providers do it as well, but it's less common than wireless) using WARP can help. This is why people in the US made a big fuss about net neutrality on Reddit a few years ago - providers are treated differently.
If you're curious about whether your provider does this - run a test on SpeedTest and one on fast.com. The latter tests to Netflix's servers, so it'll give you your video streaming speed.
Verizon / T-Mobile / AT&T in the US will all throttle your Netflix speed on their base plan, though some offer addons / upgrades to full speed.
Have you tried posting via the normal Reddit app, or via the browser directly? That would help determine if it’s an issue with NordVPN and Reddit as a whole, or just something with Apollo and NordVPN.
Content blocking apps on the App Store - my favorite
Pi-hole on a raspberry pi or even running as a virtual machine on another always on computer on your home network = ad-blocking for your whole LAN. You can even set it up to act as a VPN, giving you ad-blocking on the go. And, there is a thriving community over at r/pihole.
Asking every developer with a web view to add in ad-blocking is unrealistic.
You're wrong. Ultra includes Pro. Ultra is the top tier.
> Apollo Ultra, the highest tier, which includes everything in Apollo Pro plus additional features.
That is the impact of connecting your account to the app, it needs that to work, for example reading your posts, well that is needed to view your posts within the app.
The actual cost of sending the remote push notification is free. I believe the true cost would be the servers needed to scrape reddit's api endpoints for each installed Apollo app user (let's say every minute) and send push the notifications to users whose endpoint data changes (for example, when you get a new PM). Unless reddit has a new streaming api that I'm unaware of.
I think he's is definitely overestimating the cost of servers. I don't know the actually DAU/install-base, polling frequency, or other metrics to know the full cost benefit analysis... but it's 2018 and cloud compute resources are very cheap. If architected correctly it should be fractions of fractions of a cent per user per month.
/u/iamthatis you should make a post in /r/aws if you have any server architecture questions. I'm sure you'd get a lot of feedback considering you make one of the hottest reddit apps right now. You could honestly even write the whole system on AWS Lambda but EC2 hourly will definitely be cheaper than per function execution.
I think you should only do remote push notifications. And it should be an exclusively Pro feature. A subscription model for push notifications, no matter how cheap, is going to fail before even hitting the ground. Build remote push notifications into Pro and convert more users.
> 1. How is it different than the reddit app?
I'll let the dev speak for himself
> 2. Why was this made?
After reddit bought Alien Blue and shut it down, many users were unhappy with the official reddit app that was released as it was missing a lot of the things they liked about Alien Blue. The developer of this app was one of those people and made Apollo. Lots of people don't like the official reddit app for any number of reasons and chose to use a third party app.
> 3. Is it free?
You can download it for free to get a sense of the app and how it works. If it seems like an app you would want to use, the full functionality of the app is $3.
> 4. Why is it called Apollo app?
Why is your username -tenfours-?
Microsoft's Wordflow was pretty good, but it was abandoned. So sadly, its either Gboard or Swiftkey. I personally went with Gboard, and though its not perfect, its the best of average options.
Other than that, depends on the type of user you are but here are my favorite apps.
Wunderlist - premium is free now, pretty much best to do app
NordVPN - best vpn, and most secure. PC version can work on Netflix.
Calzy - better than stock calculator
Standard Notes - best notes app. free. very secure. syncs online
Documents by Readdle - as close as we can get to ES explorer (when it was good)
PlayerXtreme - best video player (mxplayer alternate, also its free and if you keep using it, they give you premium for free for putting up a rating). Note, it is trash if you wanna stream from file server, go with nPlayer then.
Chrome - best browser
Aftership - free delivery notifier app
Reeder 3 - RSS app, still the best but pricey
Instapaper - read it later app. premium is free now. integrates well into ios.
LastPass - essential password manager. free version is all you need. integrates well into ios
Just Press Record - high quality recording app.
Google calender - just a note, google assistant on ios only works with other google apps and a few big name apps. Its pretty crippled.
Workflow - for powerusers. Similar to IFTTT
I have a couple problems. “Open Links In” with iCab doesn’t work with some addresses. I found a links to www.amazon.com like
don’t while links like
do, for instance. This isn’t exclusive to amazon, just easy to find. I don’t have the Amazon app installed btw.
With “Open Tweets in” with tweetbot only works if Tweetbot is not onscreen. If it is, it doesn’t open till I have switch apps and back to tweetbot. And then it loads every link I press, sometimes multiple of the same one all at once.
I commented the above about version 1.4.15. I was able to find a workaround by disabling Safari in screen time though. Then opening in iCab works fine and is the default system browser.
Sync is an equally powerful reddit app. It’s honestly the only thing I missed from Android when I switched. It’s not identical, but it’s widely beloved.
If you really want to make some good Neon looking icons, I’d suggest you look into Darkroom’s Neon icon: https://dribbble.com/shots/3814132-Darkroom-3-0-App-Icon - That’s a proper neon icon that fits on any default iOS home screen. You should take some inspiration from that, and look into what makes neon truly neon. You want to evoke that 60’s/70’s feeling with them.
This is why I made some IFTTT recipes so you don’t checking for yourself.
This one will notify you when an Apollo update is available so you don't have to keep checking it for yourself.
This one will notify you when u/iamthatis posts to this sub
Symbolicated stacktrace from iOS 10.2
Edit: Did some quick debugging
Exception raised from -[SFSafariViewController initWithURL:entersReaderIfAvailable:]: "The specified URL has an unsupported scheme. Only HTTP and HTTPS URLs are supported."
Bug: The URL being passed into URL is the subreddit name (e.g. /r/ApolloApp, it should be https://reddit.com/r/ApolloApp).
I have had use Apollo for one year.
A few weeks ago I found out that you can wind/rewind GIFs (also Videos) by swiping on it.
After this I watched the introducing video on apolloapp.io again and wondered I didn't notice this the last time. Such a brilliant feature - love this app.
PS: can we get a video upload for Apollo!
If you want more alternatives or maybe slightly "hole in the wall" recommendations, I love using Alternative.to for crowdsourcing software recommendations.
UseResponse looks pretty neat and I've seen a few organizations use it.
Jira with potentially 200k+ users (that's what this sub's subscriber base looks like now)? No, thank you. Not to mention the costs.. I really don't want a subscription in order to help pay for a bug tracker that would eventually break the developer anyway.
Here’s the FAQ page (found via going to settings->about->clicking the top where it has the logo thing)
Pro (one time payment of $5 or more):
Ultra (subscription of $1/month, $10/year, or $30 for lifetime (which is only for a short time before that option goes away apparently)):
Sheesh, never thought about that! But well seeing as to how the countdown clock at Apollo’s Site points to exactly 6:30PM on 23rd, I guess I, living in India, will have to wait a lot more.
Apparently pseudo-stickies can be implemented through CSS (or "announcement bars"). It could be a way to keep everything within this subreddit.
As I told /u/iamthatis I'm testing Taiga out of curiosity which seems to be rather user friendly but I'm definitely no expert so it could very well actually suck. lol!
I wouldn't bet my hopes on that app having any kind of support from devs or users. The website the app posted is dead, which probably means their support email won't work, and the developer's website itself looks to be some sort of design/developer agency, which would probably not be able to help. Given the terrible user reviews, I doubt there are any users dedicated to creating a support channel for this app. My best advice for you is to move on and download other Reddit apps on the Play Store; Relay seems to be a popular one.
I have a couple problems. “Open Links In” with iCab doesn’t work with some addresses. I found a links to www.amazon.com like https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DC25FHC/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=AX0BPKZH3NYP4&psc=1 don’t while links like https://smile.amazon.com/Adapter-Omars-Delivery-1000Mbps-Ethernet/dp/B07H24LH39 do, for instance. This isn’t exclusive to amazon, just easy to find. I don’t have the Amazon app installed btw.
Many thanks for sharing the screenshots. I went with ProtonVPN as someone had suggested somewhere in the comments section and i can gladly confirm that my subscription has been activated and ALL of the Apollo Ultra features have been unlocked! Thank you to you and everyone else!
I haven't used the app in over a year, but it was my favorite app. It adheres to Android Material guidelines and is very smooth.
Do you have a public feature board anywhere such as Trello's boards? You could have a feature request list and move things into a 'complete for v 1.2', etc. so people could SEE your progress and not be so frustrated by the silence?
We actually just used Trello for three projects in three different classes at my university, so it's definitely for project management. But, you can also use it for tracking progress, bugs, upcoming features, etc. Great for teams. But also great for public progress tracking if you keep it simple!
Take a look at my Trello board if you need an example. I probably have too many lists, but Trello is what you make it. :)
Sincere question, but why does your name not come up on the official website as a maintainer? And how come you don't show up on the list of GitHub contributors?
I see you're a member of the org, but can't find any evidence beyond that. Legitimately not trying to harass you, just curious.
It's not a rumor, it's 100% official now! See the first, colorful footer here.
(Personally, I don't see any technical reason at all for the iPhone 6s to be dropped before the 7, and very very few reasons for it not to retain support along the 8)
I guess that's my point though, Twitter clients like Tweetbot and Twitterrific both use blue birds to make it clear they're Twitter clients, which I think is fair so long as they sufficiently distance themselves from the Twitter logo, which I think Apollo did a fair job of in this circumstance.
iOS 15 will allow Safari extensions on iPhone/iPad. There’s already the Dark Reader Safari extension that works great in Safari Mac and switches between web page light and dark based on the system theme. Maybe that’s something to look forward to for the fall.
One last note- unlike Chrome extension for Dark Reader which is free, the version for Safari is paid extension from the Mac App Store for $4.99. I do find that the Safari DR extension works better than it does on Chrome under the same settings (Auto).
So I checked on Apple's website (https://developer.apple.com/testflight/) and it's still saying only 1,000 external testers. However, u/All_the_X_squared quoted u/iamthatis saying
> and I also want to properly draft up the information on the next round of beta signups (due to TestFlight's increase) to provide on Monday, because I really want to get some more eyes on the app now that I can.
Damnit... You're post was so out of left field and errant feeling that I jumped on it.
At any rate, you did refer to Swift as though it in itself is unstable, but
I think you simply mean that there's just too much change in the language from release to release for Apple to settle into converting over all of their frameworks.
Anyways, thanks for the lesson.
To everyone not liking the quality of discussions, come join us on https://tildes.net/. It’s a website created by Deimos, who used to be a reddit admin or mod (can’t remember which). Take a look at site philosophy, and see if you like it. It is currently invite only, so pm me if you want an invite.
As others have already said, an equivalent to the 'free' for the Awesome would be wise. However, using a dollar $ symbol should be avoided to cater to your international users. Use a pic/emoji of money instead, or a gold coin... I'm sure everyone recognizes pictures of credit cards and understand what that means. Something glaringly obvious to everyone except to the denizens of deepest Amazon.
'Slight' is too ambiguous, especially if you can allow the user to set the fetch frequency. Also, moving 'delayed' and 'increased' to the front puts the emphasis on those words and might serve to 'sell' the Awesome option harder: "Delayed notifications (variable)", "Increased battery usage (minor)"
I dislike recurring charges that are too frequent - monthly I avoid, yearly I'm good, lifetime I'm all over that. Here you outline the current plan options. I think $20 for lifetime is too cheap. I suggest you expand it a bit further:
$29.99 5 years (+ special flair)
$39.99 10 years (+ special flair + perks)
$99.99 Lifetime (+ special flair + perks + Trump's personal cell number + invite to Kim Jong Un's private resort)
The more expensive / long lasting tiers should also include a free copy plus upgrade/account linking for any variants you might release in the future that handle other sites, like Tildes.
If you have a feature request then you can post it here.
Or if you want to see the whole post and other things go here.
Yeaa so that’s why I’ve never set up pi hole, I don’t really see a point. But it looks like this uses a VPN to block in app adds, seems to work in Instagram and Twitch, but not YouTube. I also learned that NordVPN does this too which I already pay for, so will probably just use that
Boost is just as good as Apollo for Android.
Possibly even slightly better.
I use Apollo on iPhone and Boost on Samsung.
Try Joey for Reddit There is a feature where you can peek on self post like iOS does. There is also a feature where you can park at comments like iOS does but you have to have full height cards it 16:9 view. Dev might intergrate peek on comments on thumbnail view.
Edit: forgot to say. You can long press on thumbnails to see photo or video
It's something else called IFTTT. It can do tons of other stuff too so play around with it.
Here is the iOS app
Here is the Android app
For real. Android has the only video game cataloging app worth a damn (MyGameCollection), and I’ve been waiting ages for them to announce an iOS beta.
More great apps for everyone, please.
Chinese companies like Tencent (the one which invested in Reddit) are susceptible to puppeteering by the government. There has been instances in the past where the government has forced these companies to censor certain content.
That said, anyone who seriously believes Tencent could sway an American company to blatantly censor pro-HK related posts is being ridiculous. The discussion in OPs own linked post seems to blame the search results on Reddit's shitty algorithm more than anything.
Mild karma farming & attention by posting the fact that you paid for Pro and/or Ultra.
Jokes aside, the differences are listed between free, Pro & Ultra are listed here.
> If video automatically streams to an AirPlay device
Your device might automatically stream video to the Apple TV or AirPlay 2-compatible smart TV that you frequently use.
Seems like an iOS feature.
True, good point. Also idk how Reddit does it, that’s mine for grabbing a list of the users who have been tagged in a comment. What’s that [\w-] mean? Btw is there not a way to do something like this in swift? In JS you could do new URL(sharedUrl).pathname.split("/").slice(1) to get a list of all the info. For the previous url you’d get this. Technically that’s not the previous url because that site doesn’t work well with iOS copy paste. Apparently swift has a url structure, so you could get the path from that and then just split it at each slash, and that’d give you all the url info you want I think
Using double trailing spaces for hard breaks is in the standard, actually. It’s been in there since the very beginning.
The feature breakdown is available there along with the reasoning behind it and also in Settings. Pro is a one-time charge; notifications require Ultra which you either subscribe to or pay a higher sum upfront.
I posted a couple of links below but actually I think this is great. The crime solving approach and the description of What, Where, and When is really good.
> Although Apple has released Rosetta 2 to help move applications over to the new M1 chips, this does not get us all the way with Docker Desktop. Under the hood of Docker Desktop, we run a virtual machine, to achieve this on Apple’s new hardware we need to move onto Apple’s new hypervisor framework. We also need to do all the plumbing that provides the core experience of Docker Desktop, allowing you to docker run from your terminal as you can today.
>Along with this, we have technical dependencies upstream of us that need to make changes prior to making a new version of Docker Desktop GA. We rely on things like Go for the backend of Docker Desktop and Electron for the Docker Dashboard to view your Desktop content. We know these projects are hard at work getting ready for M1 chips, and we are watching them closely.
Just stumbled upon this on Dribbble and thought maybe it might give you some ideas on how to handle the card/button styles in Apollo.
It seems that your comment contains 1 or more links that are hard to tap for mobile users.
I will extend those so they're easier for our sausage fingers to click!
Here is link number 1 - Previous text "API"
^Please ^PM ^/u/eganwall ^with ^issues ^or ^feedback! ^| ^Delete
Excelent, glad to hear it!
It has an API and lets you use it to handle notifications. Would be less elegant, as I think the notifications have to come through their client, though I think it can also use direct links to open in your app.
You can use https://www.kiwix.org, outside of the full wikipedia dump it has several collections so you can get the top 5000 articles, or only subjects you care about. It also support other sources like StackOverflow.
Vivaldi has so many features that this answer will be different for everyone. For every feature I like, I know someone who doesn't like it and uses Vivaldi anyways. That being said, here's my short list:
I love Apollo—especially since the introduction of notifications—and got a lifetime subscription to it not long after discovering it.
Apollo and FileBot (a movie and TV show renaming computer app) are so far the only two apps that I like enough to get lifetime subscriptions to.
Not Apollo, but I made a service you might like: https://f5bot.com/
It's completely free. There are options to monitor for a keyword on a specific subreddit, or across all of Reddit. You'll normally get notices within a few minutes.
There isn't, sorry, my "roadmap" if you'd call it that is more dynamic and based on what's happening. If there's suddenly an iOS update adding cool features, that'll probably take priority for a second, if there's a new feature people are suddenly all asking for, same, etc.
More or less, if it gets a lot of upvotes on the feature requester, it'll probably be sooner rather than later. If it's less popular, it's trickier.
Notifications have always required Apollo Ultra? Been that way for a long time. https://apolloapp.io/pro-ultra/
Having said that, notifications haven’t worked properly in weeks so once the issues are fixed maybe they’ll work for you again as well.
That’s a great point I came across while I was designing this too. One of the main feature of Apollo is its native iOS design.
> It features a beautiful, native iOS design, smooth, customizable...
From Apollo’s website
That’s why for the macOS version, I tried to match it as closely as possible to how a native app would look and feel.
you can post a feature request here.
You know Apollo Ultra offers this right? Check in notifications in the settings for it. I know it’s locked behind a pay feature, but that’s to cover server costs as I believe Reddit doesn’t expose this to third party clients. Check the FAQ for info. https://apolloapp.io/notifications-faq/
and you're entered. If you want something to comment about, uhh, help me name the Apollo mascot. You have 24 hours. (I'm just being a smart ass, good luck to everyone who entered.)
I’m pretty sure there’s already a request for gallery mode here: https://apolloapp.io/feature-requests
Even if there is you can go and vote for it. The Dev has said he goes by order of importance to the community first.
So there’s 2 different tiers, Pro and Ultra. Pro gives you basically all of the features with one-time (imo) small fee. AFAIK it’s lifetime purchase. Then there’s Ultra, which is 1$/month, or 10$/year, or 25$/life. If you don’t pay for Pro, you aren’t even able post lol. But at least you can test and feel some of the basic functionality.
Ultra is only for push notifications. The reasoning behind this is because the dev does notifications a bit differently than other 3rd party clients, and actually runs a server for notification delivery, instead like some apps which just poll for notifications in certain intervals. So notification delivery should be pretty close to what you get in the official. And servers have monthly costs, so I understand why it’s like this.
You can find more info about the Ultra here.
And yeah Apollo dev is one of the more active and respected ones in whole iOS scene.
And yes Reddit has the final word on which features it will release to 3rd parties. But if you compare Reddit to any other large social medias, it has the most open 3rd party API. For example, Twitter limits so many things when it comes to 3rd party clients, Reddit does some “non-essential” things. But that might change in future. Especially new features coming to “New Reddit”. The “Old Reddit” should be fine but who can say how it is couple years from now.
P.S. I hope someone corrects me if I’m wrong about the paid options details, it’s been a while…
There is not currently a way to do that, but the dev does take feature requests here: https://apolloapp.io/feature-requests
If something gets enough traction it will very likely get implemented. My assumption would be that if he ever added in the sound for gifs with sound he’d add a respect mute switch/start muted option for people who want auto playing gifs but no sound.
I love .io domains, heck it's used as the main https://apolloapp.io domain, but they're expensive. :P This is basically not a domain users should see very often so I don't care about it being pretty, xyz is very cheap.
I'm a developer, but mostly just on the interwebs, and my contribution to this is that I really like how Bear syncs with iCloud and across my devices.
They charge for it so definitely do that. My money = your money.
A+ on Herschel. My favorite backpack is a classic navy with a leather bottom. My husband even got me an AirPod case to match, lol.
This will probably get buried but I found this app using the same name on the Google play store. It doesn’t even let you log into your account.
I vote for this
Revolution Cooking R180 High-Speed 2-Slice Stainless Steel Smart Toaster - The Only Toaster with InstaGlo™ Technology https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086H69SJ2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_m034FbXVDXHSR?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
This would be so helpful for me!
I am trying to start a mobile app business new phone would be great!
If you guys can check out my app give it a download and a play, maybe a 5 star comment would be beyond helpful!!!
Try Relay for Reddit imo is the way on Android try it out.
I played with it a little on my friends phone and I think it is really great and also 100% free.
I used to use RedReader, and found Apollo was the closest client on iOS. I actually miss a few of the features from it, especially how it handles multiple accounts.
Apollo is iOS only...
Try Sync or Slide
Yeah I agree with iGermanProd - I think you're pretty much out of luck.
However, there are plenty of good Android reddit apps, too. Have you checked out Relay Pro? It was my personal favorite when I was on Android.
It’s result of a VPN. Are you using NordVPN? Seems the be the main culprit. Something with their ad and malware settings they updated on their end. You can go into the settings within NordVPN and turn off the CyberSec setting and it’ll fix the issue.
I just started using NordVPN a few days ago and have been having this same issue ever since. Is that something that will be fixed on your next update, or is it something on Nords end that is out of your control?
I feel your pain. I recently transitioned to Android myself and I definitely miss the Apollo app. I did find an app called Boost (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rubenmayayo.reddit) that isn't too bad. I've been switching between that and the official Reddit app, and too be honest I think I prefer the official app.
You actually made me turn on my navigation buttons and indeed the option is there. However on my Huawei P20 Pro I prefer using the fingerprint reader for navigation so I can use the whole screen for media, so I run this little app called Android P Rotation that pops up a button in the corner for a second, which then disappears if you don't need it
I'd recommend Sync for Reddit or Boost. My app of choice is called [Ready](/r/readyreddit) but seems to have been pulled for the moment :(
Mythical Man Month by Frederick Brooks - No Silver Bullet chapter. The number of people on a project results in an exponential increase in communication as errors and misconceptions result from from differing and inconsistent implementations. Christian has only to solve the problem once in his own mind and then apply it. On a team it must be communicated, and receivers all have filters and lenses. Concepts can also be understood but inconsistently implemented because of preference, experience, etc. Almost all great software is conceived and implemented by very small teams ... like three or less.
The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering, Anniversary Edition (2nd Edition) https://www.amazon.com/dp/0201835959/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_uMkDDbHNXBBEP
I commented the above about version 1.4.15. I was able to find a workaround by disabling Safari in screen time though.
In fact on Android you will have more options for Reddit client which are pretty good, or even better.
<strong>Relay for reddit</strong>
<strong>Sync for reddit</strong>
I use two of them simultaneously. BaconReader I used too but it was long time ago and I don’t know how it is recently.
People I know are praising reddit is fun too but I’m too lazy to test.
Hope Apollo is available on android one day heh.
I suggest RedReader. Open source, no ads, extremely customizable and all around insane for such a small sized app.
I've been using it for years and you can tell the amount of work the authors put into it over that time. Check it out!