Lurk for Reddit
Developer: Vojto Rinik
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 662.1 KB - Download
- Add all of your favourite subreddits
- Create your own frontpage for every topic by organising subreddits into folders
- Instant comments loading with keyboard shortcut ⌘+2
- Compact mode for quick browsing your frontpages
- Keep track of posts you've already seen
- Open any post in your web browser
- Switch between hot, new or top posts
Disclaimer: Lurk doesn't display any NSFW content. Come on guys, let's show some class.
- Folders. Move subreddits into folders to create custom frontpages for every topic you're interested in.
- Compact mode. Hide sidebar and browse by selecting folder in the top menu.
- Comments preloading. For any post, just hit ⌘+2 and see comments immediately.
- Custom comments styling. When browsing comments, you won't see the sidebar or any clutter, just the comments.
- Switching between top, new and hot posts.
And as a bonus:
- New design
- New icon
Most Helpful Reviews
Good start, clean, needs work - I like the clean UI. It needs: 1) Frontpage (this is a must!) 2) Thumbnails in the list view 3) Ability to change font / size 4) Readability or some kind of different page rendering I would prefer this over the site and recommend to friends on if /when it has at least the first 3
Stop deciding what I can see - "Disclaimer: Lurk doesn't display any NSFW content. Come on guys, let's show some class." This renders this app utterly worthless. Many subs use the "NSFW" tag to filter content either to be on the safe side or for other reasons (/r/comicbooks uses it for spoilers). Remove this - we're all grownups here.
More Reviews for Current Version
Doesn’t work - It won’t log in to my Reddit account. The author has ignored my support requests. This app should be delisted.
Unnecessary Censorship Breaks Alternate Uses of NSWF Tags - As noted in the other review, this app claims the following: "Disclaimer: Lurk doesn't display any NSFW content. Come on guys, let's show some class." Since NSFW tags are used on every single spoiler-sensitive subreddit I'm subscribed to, this filters out a lot of SFW but spoilerific content, which is the majority of the content for some of the subreddits I follow. So I got in touch with the developer, who said it'd be removed in the next version. Besides this, the app looks great and works well. Looking forward to using it once it's updated!