Unread App Version History and Changelog:
Latest Version: Unread 1.6.3 (Updated: July 17, 2017)
- Bug fixes and minor improvements
Old Version: Unread 1.6.2 (Updated: May 26, 2017)
- Adds the new App Store rating prompt
- Fixes an issue with Feedly Sign In using a Google Account.
- Fixes issue where URL wouldn't show on share sheet.
- "Save To Photo Roll" no longer crashes the app
Old Version: Unread 1.6.1 (Updated: September 12, 2016)
- Fixes a warning alert.
- Fixes crashes caused by missing metadata in feeds
- Fixes link to Castro 2 in App Store
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Old Version: Unread 1.6 (Updated: December 18, 2015)
- [NEW] On iOS 9, web links now open with built-in Safari instead of Unread's custom browser.
- [NEW] In settings, you can optionally choose to have web links open in Chrome, the Safari app, or Unread's custom browser.
- [FIXED] No longer loses scroll position when downloading new articles.
- [FIXED] Improved reliability of NewsBlur accounts.
- [FIXED] You can now add more than one NewsBlur account.
- [FIXED] NewsBlur accounts handle being logged out properly.
- [FIXED] Fixed a crash when opening readability view with certain blog posts.
- [FIXED] Voiceover now says “Add an account”, not “A.D.D. an account”
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Old Version: Unread 1.5.3 (Updated: July 15, 2015)
- [FIXED] An issue where opening links in the in-app browser could lead to a black screen.
- [FIXED] A few visual issues that occur on future iOS versions.
- [FIXED] A visual issue with [code] tags in footnotes.
- Old Version: Unread 1.5.2 (Updated: June 10, 2015)
- Old Version: Unread 1.5.1 (Updated: May 19, 2015)
- Old Version: Unread 1.5 (Updated: April 27, 2015)
- Old Version: Unread 1.4.2 (Updated: February 2, 2015)
- Old Version: Unread 1.4.1 (Updated: October 31, 2014)
- Old Version: Unread 1.4 (Updated: October 24, 2014)