Change log for Mobile 18.1- Fixing bugs on both iOS and Android

We are releasing 18.1 to the Android Beta channel while at the same time submitting the build for review to Apple.

Here is a detailed change log:

  1. Fixed the iOS 5.1 startup crash.
  2. Fixed paste issue in the Android search box
  3. Fixed a infinite loading loop in the Home section.
  4. Improved the contrast in the black theme.
  5. Fixed a twitter sharing bug on Android.
  6. Fixed an facebook sharing bug on the Kindle and Kindle Fire.
  7. Fixed a bug where marking the all section partially as read was actually marking the entire feedly as read.
  8. Fixed an image resize bug on rotation.
  9. Fixed the gloss on the iOS 4 and iOS 5 icon.
  10. Clarified Google+ vs Google OAuth login options.
  11. Added black theme support to the un-clutter option.

18.1 will be available on the beta channel later tonight. We will promote it to production within the next couple of days if there are not P0 bugs reported against it.

18.1 will be available in the Apple Store within a week or so – as soon as it has been fully reviewed by Apple.

Update: Tuesday Jan 21, 2014 at 2:00pm PST. We promoted 18.1 to the production channel. You should be able to update the app within an hour or so.

Next? Once 18.1 is out, we are doing to start focusing on v19, which will be centered around Evernote integration, Pinterest integration, smooth scrolling in the list view, tagging and offline support for must reads, home and saved items.

If you would like to participate to the roadmap of feedly, consider joining the feedly beta community.

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51 thoughts on “Change log for Mobile 18.1- Fixing bugs on both iOS and Android”

    1. I’m still sulking, Marsha.Signed up to a few reraeds and so far Feedly seems the best of the bunch for my tastes. It is a bit slow, but it sees all my 261 subscriptions now with no work on my part which is a great thing! A bit gutted I can’t share to Buffer from there, apparently I should be able to just can’t see where yet.RIP Reader when it goes, and good luck with your search!Jan Kearney recently posted

    1. It is there. It is a small circle icon in the settings, when you are in the article. Granted, very unclear option.

    1. We are looking into those. The challenge is that some websites are not optimized for mobile and they end up loading a lot of content, frames, etc.. and force the app out of memory. We do not control that part of the experience. We are looking at allowing users to open Chrome which better handles big webpages than the default webview.

  1. What about the freezes on Android? I’m running 4.2.2 on a Samsung Galaxy and everytime I want to read an article the screen freezes untill I tap on the three dots (up right corner). Then I can scroll the article normally.

    1. We are working on allowing users to assign their own colors to collections. This way it will be more functional. That feature will be part of v19 or v20.

  2. Using on Samsung galaxy y s5360 with android 2.3.6. There are tons of bugs since I updated. I keeps crashing. The setting area fonts are incomprehensible. All images (including navigation) are gone. Articles don’t open. It’s basically completely useless now. And it’s crashing the system. Please fix urgently.

  3. The new version won’t open the feed list when sliding from the left edge of the screen. Android 4.4.2 on Nexus 4. Can you fix this?

    1. Hi Rob. I am not able to reproduce this problem. Can you please restart the app and try again? What is the navigation settings you are using?

      1. thanks for the reply. I was able to get it working correctly after reverting to an earlier version I had saved and then redownloading the update. Thanks!

      2. I was actually able to reproduce this problem. In settings > look and feel > transitions the swipe from the left side of the screen to open the feeds list only seems to work if the transition is set to “Stack”. If the transition is “Swipe” or “Scroll” you can only open the feeds list by tapping the Feedly icon in the upper left hand corner, no swipe from left side of screen. Not good for larger screens.

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    1. “Your cryptic words ituirgne me. Could you kindly elaborate?”Dondu,I disagree with the most of the views you expressed in your blog but you command respect for your fight against the vulguar words relentlessly.But I was disturbed when read those words in your blog. Anyway, It is all up to individuals. Let this thread discuss its intended message. I just wanted to point out that AIDS patients need not be isolated from the society. That kind of thinking should not be encouraged. I am happy that you understood the point. Thanks.*cheers*Nambi

  4. The update 18.1 has still not appeared in the AppStore. It is now 00.30am On Thursday 23 in New zealand It should have already been there to update by now according to what you have said above. I still can’t get in. My iPad crashes within seconds. I am hoping a fix is coming my way soon.

  5. Is anyone else having issues with read items showing up in the All Items? When I swipe on Android, they are marked as read, but they are still in my list when I go back to read later.

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  6. “keep unread” does not work anymore since update to 18.1 on ipad today… they just do not appear in the left bar count, nor in “show updates only” / ” show all articles” … really annoying bug, as i use feedly for work / research and depend on this feature… any idea if this is a bug or a feature? can anybody please confirm this behaviour?

  7. I mentioned on play store, that my tablet jas a 1920*1200 resolution, but feedly cannot use it, even after the last update :-(
    It looks to me, that it uses only a 1200*800 (or something) part of the screen.

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    1. Sorri, i forgot to inform my device: sony xperia sp c5303 android 4.1.2 sony version number 12.0.A.2.254

  9. Hi, how I can get 18.05 version for iPad (1st gen) as 18.1 is crashing my iPad after 3 swipes of articles?


  10. You keep doing a great work. :-)

    However the Android interface is very unfriendly when does not support the back button properly: instead of going back (or one menu level up) it just takes me out of the application. It started several weeks ago. I suppose it is a side effect and not a planned behaviour. I have a Sony Ericsson Neo V with an old Android (2.3).

  11. Umm hi :) I love feedly, I really do, but it’s not been the same since you took my monsters away. Please can I have them back?

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