A little update on Fiery Feeds 2.0: It’s going to be a redesign without adding new capabilities.
Instead I’m going to focus on removing old code and no longer needed options like the custom share sheet (since third party apps can only be integrated using the system share sheet) or the old web view (in favour of SFSafariWebView – Note: I’m not talking about the web mode in the article view) and lots of custom navigation code, which will be the biggest chunk of work.
The plan is to make Fiery Feeds feel like a modern app again, with 3D Touch, Peek & Pop, Drag & Drop, Taptic feedback and to have a modern codebase on which I can build for the coming years.
The new layout focuses much more on the article list.
And the article view now uses much more of the screen by default.
Please note that these are only mockups. While I am working on the update the current dev build looks nothing like them yet.
Fiery Feeds will be available as a subscription based app for a year next week and version 2.0 will be a free update to this app.