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A beautiful RSS Reader for iPhone and iPad.
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Unread Jul 19
Replying to @Torqueville
Will investigate. Thanks.
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Unread Jul 19
Replying to @Torqueville
Do you see this with other apps that use Safari view?
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Unread Jul 19
Replying to @Torqueville
Do you mean inside the Safari view? Content blockers should work there. Unread has no control over whether are enabled or not. Please verify that content blockers are enabled in Safari settings. Maybe try rebooting device. Are you on iOS 12 beta?
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Unread Jul 19
Replying to @Torqueville
Hi Frank. Unread did not have content blocker integration. What specifically are you seeing that appears different.
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Unread Jul 16
Replying to @danielchownet
Hi Daniel. I just released Unread 1.9.5, which will retrieve Inoreader saved web pages and list them with other starred articles.
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Unread Jul 16
Unread 1.9.5 adds some minor improvements, most notably a fix for a Readability view compatibility issue with some sites that I inadvertently introduced in Unread 1.9.4.
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Unread Jul 13
Replying to @donileo
Inoreader automatically marks articles more than 30 days old as read. My only suggestion is to star the article in Inoreader. Then it will appear in Unread. But I don't have a general solution for browsing articles more than 30 days old in Unread. Sorry.
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Unread Jul 13
You can open Unread with: ghsunread://
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Unread Jul 12
Replying to @donileo
Unread will download an article if it is unread or if it is starred/saved. Sorry, it will not download an article that was already read on another device unless it was also saved/starred.
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Unread Jul 11
Replying to @psdl
Thank you. I am seriously considering this for a future version of Unread.
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Unread Jul 7
Replying to @franzturati @feedly
I agree - the fact that you are seeing this with multiple clients makes me think it is an issue with Feedly. I am not seeing the same symptom though. Maybe something specific to your account? I am happy to help diagnose, but I recommend contacting the support team.
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Unread Jul 7
Replying to @franzturati
Is there a large number (thousands) of articles you are marking read? It can take several minutes to send these to the service, and if you refresh before that happens they do come back unread again. Sorry.
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Unread Jul 7
Replying to @franzturati
I am not aware of any issues with Feedly right now. Should be working. Can you describe in more detail what issues you are seeing?
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Unread Jul 7
Replying to @yalimgerger
I incorporated some changes that might fix the crashing you are seeing. If you DM me your email address I would like to add you to TestFlight. Thanks!
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Unread Jul 3
Replying to @yalimgerger
I will go through crash reports and do what I can. The fact that Unread crashing precedes other apps crashing makes me wonder if there is a hardware issue. Apple doesn't seem to have a diagnostic utility available for iPads, but might be worth checking it out at an Apple Store.
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Unread Jul 2
Replying to @yalimgerger
And to clarify, this is iOS 11.4 (not the iOS 12 beta version)?
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Unread Jul 2
Replying to @yalimgerger
Sorry to hear. This is really odd. When did you start seeing this? My first suggestion is to reboot the device.
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Unread Jul 1
Replying to @helmsb
Seriously considering both for a future version of Unread.
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Unread Jun 30
Replying to @tekl @helmsb @NewsBlur
I don't believe so, no.
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Unread Jun 27
Replying to @BradJMelb
I am seriously considering ways to get to the readability view more quickly for a future version of Unread. It probably won't be long press or 3d touch, but I do want to avoid requiring two taps when the feed is truncated.
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