Marked Read

In the v1.2 release of Elytra, a few users of Elytra started to report unusual behaviour in the app when marking multiple articles as read especially with the backdated articles setting.  This was caused due to an issue with the API of Elytra which behaved unexpectedly due to a misconfiguration in the iOS App. Today’s release […]

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays. Just a quick note: All Elytra Subscriptions are currently available at discounted prices from Monday, 24th of December through Friday, 28th of December.  You can extend your active subscription at these prices, renew an expired one or gift it to your friends and family.  Cheers. 

Improving Discoverability

Finding interesting content to read online has always been easy. Run to your nearest Subreddit Stand or Twitter Board and you’ll find yourself bombarded with a lot of information. What you wanted are topics you’re interested in. So you spend time talking to people and finding new sources. And when you do, you add its RSS Feed to […]

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. […]