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[APP] Flow for Reddit (Pre-Beta)

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Default [APP] Flow for Reddit (Pre-Beta)

Disclaimer: I am not the developer of this app, Deepak Manoharan is. He doesn't seem to have created an XDA thread, so I'm making one so that people on XDA can know about his extremely thoughtfully designed app.



Flow is a very well designed Reddit browser, with a clean, extremely responsive and gesture friendly UI.

It has features like an integrated picture and YouTube viewer, integrated web browser, multiple account support, cards UI, themes, image download and more.

Moreover, unlike many popular Reddit browser apps, its ad free.

It's a very intuitive app, and I'd recommend that any reddit users on XDA check it out at least once.

Please report any bugs here, on the /r/RedditFlow subreddit or on the G+ group so that the developer can work towards resolving them.

Get it for free on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ble.yaarreddit
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This has been my default reddit app for a couple of months. Don't let the pre-beta put you off, the app is extremely stable.
 
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This has been my default reddit app for a couple of months. Don't let the pre-beta put you off, the app is extremely stable.
Yep.
Just a few tiny bugs, otherwise it's very stable.
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