Baconit and Readit are the best Reddit clients on Windows Phone. With each update the two apps get better and better. Today we’re looking at version 3.0 of Baconit in the Windows Phone Store. It’s a major update and one that you won’t want to miss if you’re a fan of Reddit. You’ll find a new start experience and so much more. Let’s check out version 3.0 of Baconit.
Earlier this month the developer of Baconit, Quinn Damerell (@QuinnDamerell), opened up a beta version of Baconit that gave paid users an early look at future features. If you joined that beta program you’ll be familiar with version 3.0 of Baconit. Here’s the changelog everyone else can look forward to today:
- Brand new start experience
- UI tweaking and polishing
- Many performance improvements
- Hide all read stories
- Memory improvements
- GIF loading times improved
- Speed and animation performance work
- Windows Phone Lock screens new default for Lock screens
- Added clear cache in settings under general
- Updated, cleaned up, etc.
- Fixed https parsing bug
- Fixed CAPTCHA bug
- Fixed random reset bug
- Many random bugs
- Many random performance improvements
We’ve been playing with Baconit Early Access for the past few weeks and so far we’re digging the new changes to the app. Once you get version 3.0 we think you’ll like the new features.
Head into the Windows Phone Store to grab version 3.0 of Baconit for free. There’s also a donate version that goes for $1.99 in the Windows Phone Store. Both apps are free of ads and fully featured. Right now we're only see the free version with the new update, but the donate version should be getting it anytime too!
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