Finer Details of Elytra.app

There are some very interesting details on Elytra’s website which you most likely have not noticed. This is by design. These are invisible details that are engineered to make your experience on the website more private and be good to your devices.  Respecting your Privacy Like most landing pages for apps, products and services, Elytra’s […]

Hello, App Store

Elytra 1.0.0 is now generally available on the App Store. There’s also a shiny new website.  From having of the most volatile, overwhelming pre-releases announced on Twitter, to getting some really cool, critical, and supportive Beta Testers, to the Subscriptions rejection a few weeks earlier, my journey with Elytra has been an absolute roller coaster. […]

App Status Update

TL;DR: Please copy your Account ID and keep it safe somewhere (Notes.app or whatever else you may be using for keeping notes). When the app launches on the App Store, if you wish to retain your account, you can use the same Account ID to get access to your feeds again. If you want to be re-inducted […]

AppStore Status

Elytra’s App Store status has been quite a weird roller-coaster ride for me. I’ve had my fair share of odd App Store rejections in the past, but none like this one.  After going in to the In Review status, the App was rejected a few hours later for including Auto-Renewable subscriptions. This seemed odd considering all the information […]

The Final Epoch

I’ve received numerous emails and messages over the last two weeks requesting new features and reporting bugs. This build is a culmination of all of that including bug reports and feature lists we’ve compiled internally.  What’s new You can now share the Feed’s URL (and website’s URL when available) from the swipe menu. The same […]