You can now grab lemmur from F-Droid and the Play Store.

If you want to follow lemmur releases/news checkout the repo and/or follow the !lemmur@lemmy.ml community. You can always support the development on Patreon or BuyMeACoffee

PS. We do not flavor our releases: github release tab, fdroid, and play store apks are built from the same source code. Feel free to download lemmur from any place you like.

Haven’t been using for a while. Much have improved

@nromdotcom
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I see there’s an 0.3.0 on github and play store, but fdroid only has 0.2.3. I’d love to get my hands on 0.3.0 so I can like open links and stuff, but I’d prefer not to have to manually install the apk or move over to the play store. Any possibility of keeping fdroid releases up to date?

I can’t believe how polished the app is. It actually runs faster with less issues than the official Reddit app.

@talkinwhip
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While I enjoy the app very much (posting from it right now) and have no idea how horrible the reddit app might be, there are still a few major issues I am experiencing:

  1. on pixel3 running calyxos, links won’t open (which is the whole point of a link aggregator)
  2. There doesn’t seem to be an option to edit comments after posting
  3. When inside a community, there isn’t a button to add a post (or at least I’m not finding it). The big green plus in the center of the screen only appears on the main page and you have to select the community you want to post in by scrolling.
@madeindjs
43M

Work really great. I just discovered Lemmy project. Thank you

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