Feed Hawk 1.1 is now available in the App Store. The biggest improvements in this update are support for Fever and for tt-rss.
To work with Fever, Feed Hawk requires an HTTPS server with a valid certificate and Fever-Feed Hawk Adapter.
To work with tt-rss, Feed Hawk requires an HTTPS server with a valid certificate and a version of tt-rss from August 30, 2016, or later.
- Feed Hawk is now more tolerant of URLs that cannot be parsed when reading lists of subscriptions from feed services.
- Feed Hawk ignores feeds that require authorization and that have URL protocols other than HTTP and HTTPS.
- Feed Hawk ignores feeds that appear to exist only on your local network, unless you are using a self-hosted feed service (Fever or tt-rss).
- Feed Hawk now provides text to users logging in to a BazQux Reader account letting them know that they need a BazQux Reader Mobile Login.
- The Feed Hawk app no longer looks for a URL in the clipboard when it is first launched. This worked well in iOS 9, but Universal Clipboard makes this slow down the user interface under some circumstances.
- “Subscribe to Our Blog” on the Settings screen now uses a switch.
- Feed Hawk is now using Swift 3.0 and is compiled with Xcode 8 against the iOS 10 SDK. Feed Hawk is also now using a different dependency manager.
Feed Hawk 1.1 requires iOS 10.
Please consider leaving a review. App Store reviews are reset with every update, so if you left a review before please consider leaving one again. Thank you.
Posted by John Brayton on October 3, 2016