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As good as it gets (with the current API)
As a web developer, and app aficionado, I'm stoked to see the effort and attention to detail that went into this one. The price is right, the features are too - thanks!!
SlvrSurfRidr on Feb 12, 2012 for Leef
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Gorgeous and well made!
Th app is fantastic! The ONLY reason I'm not giving it 5 starts is because it's crashed a few times. Also, I would also like the ability to follow people(of course the API may not allow that). Yes $2 is a little steep but I don't mind supporting independent devs. Thanks for the awesome app!
Dustannerr on Jan 13, 2012 for Leef
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A great start, but could use some refinement.
Utilizes the forrst API to its fullest, which is nice. There are some little problems that could be addressed, like better memory management and some rather large bugs to work out. But it's awesome and I don't regret purchasing it one bit.
Parkr on Dec 21, 2011 for Leef
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Good start, but...
It crashes all the time on my iPhone 4S, especially when launching or refreshing a feed.
barvian on Nov 26, 2011 for Leef
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Great start!
Great app! Uses the current form of the Forrst API to its fullest. I enjoy the post feed sorting implementation. (All, Snaps, Questions, Links, Code). Very straightforward. Animations are a nice touch. Hopefully the guys over at Forrst can add some more features to the API, especially viewing posts by tag. Good work Kyle, keep it up man.
thedubdee on Nov 23, 2011 for Leef
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Really great way to browse Forrst
Fast, stable and intuitive. It's the only option available, but there's really no need for another. Only two things I wish it had: 1. Push notifications (but I know this is expensive for a solo developer). 2. The ability to post comments while in app (obviously this is the fault of Forrst and not the developer). Yet I do wish the app would use the in app browser rather than opening Safari:
natebraxton on Nov 16, 2011 for Leef
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