The May release of Elytra focuses on clearing up old code and files from Elytra’s codebase. A lot is changing under the hood, but very little is changing visually in the app.
This is to prime the codebase for WWDC 2022 which will bring in new OS versions and features to the app.
As WWDC approaches, we’ll be seeing a lot of articles coming from the press surrounding the event. RSS feeds are a great way to follow this news as it happens.
So to get you setup, first 1000 users can get their first three months at a discounted price using the code:
EYTWWDC22 for the monthly subscription, and
EYYWWDC22 for the yearly subscription.
These codes will be valid till the 12th of June, 2022, 12:00AM GMT.
If you feel generous and have a couple of minutes, please leave a review on the App Store. It makes a huge difference for me. Thank you in advance.
New User Interface and manager for OPML Imports
New marking articles as read now happens in the background. The operations complete instantly and whenever your device has an opportunity to update this with the API, it’ll make an attempt. If you’re offline, it’ll try the next time you’re online.
Fixed marking read blocking the UI in some cases.
Fixed some data-race bugs.
[iOS] Fixed Safari extension showing blank feed items.
[iOS] Fixed Safari extension showing the UI when only a single feed is identified. It now directly opens the app with that URL instead.
Fixed a bug where image re-downloads would fail immediately when retrying with the image proxy.
Fixed push tokens not being synced with the server when push notifications are already authorized.
Fixed full re-sync causing the app to crash instantly.