When comparing Google Slides vs Joey for Reddit, the Slant community recommends Joey for Reddit for most people. In the question“What are the best Material Design apps?” Joey for Reddit is ranked 14th while Google Slides is ranked 38th. The most important reason people chose Joey for Reddit is:
No lag or stutter, smooth as butter.
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Pro Ease of sharing and collaboration
As with all Google Documents, Google Slides can easily be shared since they live in the cloud, multiple users can also edit the slides and comment at the same time.
Google Slides lives in the cloud, it can be viewed and edited from virtually any platform.
Pro No version number
Being a web-platform keeps it always up-to-date, saves the trouble of errors when presenting on older versions.
Pro Free to use
Google Slides does offer a paid version but features are not limited by pricing.
Pro Simple and clean
Google Slides is a more back-to-basics type of presentation software, so no distractions with a multitude of options and settings.
Pro No software to install and maintain
Since Google Slides live in the cloud means there's no need to maintain the application. There's also nothing to install and nothing to update.
Pro Fast and fluid
No lag or stutter, smooth as butter.
Pro Supports TTS
Only client which reads out content to you.
Pro Streams all GIFs
No waiting for download of entire GIF. Streams instantly
Pro See all the ancestors of a comment
You can see not only parent of a comment, but parent's parent and so on of a comment with single tap.
Pro It has the fastest gif loading speed
This is the faster reddit app, when it comes to loading gif files.
Pro Reader view
Read web articles without the clutter.
Pro Streams comments
Streams match threads.
Pro Has screen lock feature
This is the only app with a screen lock feature.
Pro Supports live threads
Full support for Reddit live threads.
Pro Can collapse the comment thread from anywhere
You can collapse the comment thread from anywhere inside the comment tree.
Pro Most powerful text editor
One of the few mobile apps that has support for inserting tables, codes, headings.
Pro Read AMA in magazine style Q/A format
AMAs are available in magazine style Q/A formatting. works for multi author AMAs too.
Pro You can add upcoming AMAs to your calendar
Upcoming AMAs can be added to calendar, so you never miss an AMA.
Pro Easy to view albums and read image descriptions
It has vertical cards for albums, so swiping for next image and reading description is in same direction.
Pro Lets you filter posts by flair
You can filter posts from r/science, r/LifeProTips, r/IAmA, r/askscience by flair.
Pro 16 million colors for customization
Both primary color and accent color have 16 million options.
Pro Swipe to close
Swipe to close is available for everything
Pro Amoled Night theme available
Power saving with Amoled night theme. Normal night theme also present.
Pro Auto theme change
Change themes automatically.
Collapse comments at any level of your choice.
Pro Omni Subreddit Finder
Searches your subscriptions and the web simultaneously. http://i.imgur.com/5eJrjwD.png
Pro Shows which AMAs are going on
It shows live AMAs going on currently, so you can participate in them.
Pro Beautiful animations
Has very beautiful and smooth animations. For example when upvoting or downvoting stuff.
Pro Color coded usernames
Highlights users who have participated earlier in the comment chain. http://i.imgur.com/XsrxbXN.png
Pro Real trophy case for reddit trophies
This is the only app that has got the Reddit trophies correctly.
Pro Doesn't put strain on eyes
The sepia theme is very easy on the eyes.
Pro Beautiful error screens
Even the error screens have cute animals.
Con Just the basics
Google Slides often lack the tools for power users when editing presentations.
Con Limited offline functionality
Some of the tools are unavailable when editing presentations offline.
Con Files are stored in Google servers
In case the servers go down, your files will be inaccessible for the time being.
Con Multireddits are not niche, it is standard to incorporate them in apps
The other apps have it multireddit integration.