Reddit In Motion updated to address 'network error' bug

By Bla1ze on 21 Aug 2014 12:25 am EDT

The last update to Reddit In Motion was a small but important one but now there's another update rolling out through BlackBerry World that has a few more bug fixes in it. Moving up to v2.2.6.0, if you've been experiencing the 'network error' notification on start up this release should fix that along with your messages and comments being cut short by semi colons and other punctuation. Finally, the comment box is now cleared when you submit a comment of cancel the submission of one. Overall, another small update really but it corrects some annoying bugs and that's always awesome.

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Reddit In Motion updated to address 'network error' bug


Do you mean Alien Flow or is there another app called Alien Ware that I'm not aware of?

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Alienware are usually Dell high-spec gaming PCs / laptops.

Name is probably copyrighted to the max....

 BlackBerry? I premdict the future's gonna be chenomenal! 

I see Bla1ze is hard at work while the rest of Crackberry sleeps.

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Reddit in Motion has been unusable for me for a while, taking a couple of minutes to load. Maybe I should reinstall it again, and hope that this issue doesn't come up again, as it has the last few times..

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I had this issue as well. Try clearing your cache (from the apps' setting menu) if this update doesn't fix it.

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Big thanks to the developer for their speedy work on this. They clearly listened and kept track of users' issues and got a fix out asap.

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I'm glad they fixed this bug, which started after the last update a few weeks back. I could get around it by shutting down the app right after the first "network error" message, then restart. It's much quicker to load, now.