Screenshots have a very strong influence on users when downloading an app. They are actually considered to be a decisive factor: if your screenshots are bad, people won’t download your app. However, if they’re well-designed, they certainly will generate multiplied downloads. Discover our 9 tips to optimize your app screenshots and therefore optimize your app marketing… (picture taken from AppTweak ASO Report for DoodleJump) Why are Screenshots so important? Last week we talked about the …
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BaconReader for Reddit
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Version 3.2.2 released on December 22, 2017
+ Fixed issue with entry field "jumping" when composing a long post or comment in iOS 11.2 + Other minor bug fixes
Version 3.2.1 released on November 22, 2017
+ Restored Swipe to Vote on comments – swipe right to upvote, swipe left to downvote. (Enabled via Settings->Swipe in Comment Cell) + Fixed a crash or misaligned display when hiding a post + Fixed an issue where a long user name or flair could overlap items in comments + Fixed a crash that could happen when sharing a photo + Other minor fixes
Version 3.2 released on November 04, 2017
+ New design for post and comment views to allow easy access to voting and other options + Compact Mode available for viewing more content in a smaller space + Support for iPhone X + Improved accessibility support when when moving through comments/detail view + Gesture support for quick voting - 2 finger tap to up vote and 3 finger tap to down vote + Added ability to recover from 401 errors without needing to log out and back in + Other minor fixes
Version 3.1.7 released on October 20, 2017
+ Fixed issue with 2 copies of photos being saved + Other bug fixes
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BaconReader is a tasty Reddit client that lets you enjoy all of the best content and features of popular social news site Reddit. Access news and entertainment content, post links, submit pics and comments, upvote and downvote to your heart’s content – all in a beautiful interface enhanced for easy use on your iPhone or iPad With features like multiple account support, messages, enhanced search, follow friends, direct image uploads, and a unique subreddit explorer, BaconReader is intuitive and easy to use new and experienced redditors alike. Join the BaconReader community at r/BaconReader for the latest news and updates on BaconReader features and release plans. Features: • Support for iPhone X • Compact Mode available for viewing more content in a smaller space • Gesture support for quick voting - 2 finger tap to up vote and 3 finger tap to down vote • Supports 3D touch for Front Page thumbnails and Home screen • Support for multitasking on iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro devices • Dual-Pane view available for iPhone Plus devices • Image/gif viewer: Supports swipe up/down to close and Imgur album captions • Subscribe, set User and Link flair, submit posts, upvote/downvote, full iPad support -- all for free! • Cake day notification • Reddituploads image display support • Filtering: Keyword, Domain, and exclude subreddits from r/all • Moderator features: Modmail, approve/remove posts, mark as spam) • Switch between multiple accounts and create new ones • Select Explore from the menu to get started discovering great new content. • Create and manage multireddits, add subreddit to multireddit from sidebar • Select between list and tile displays – swipe sideways in detail view to access the next story without returning to the front page! • New search makes it even easier to search for posts, subreddits, and users • Follow posts/comments made by other redditors by adding them to your Friends list • Bookmark a subreddit, multireddit or keywords for quick access, without adding it to your front page • Post images directly to imgur within posts and comments • Left-handed mode allows you to switch thumbnails from right to left for easy access • Draw on or "meme-ify" posted pictures to enhance the fun through built-in image editor
BaconReader for Reddit Ranking History | News
BaconReader for Reddit daily app ranking in News category for the last 30 days.
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BaconReader for Reddit rankings per country in News category.
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