Reading Queue is now Quiche Reader!
The read time estimation is now available.
You can email the developer from the application menu.
Errors were not properly supported and displayed.
All saved and archived pages can be exported as text, HTML, or Markdown. From the app menu, choose File ▸ Export Data…
You can now delete multiple pages at once in the Archive. Hold the Shift key, select the pages you want to delete, then choose "Delete" from the right-click menu.
Selecting “Rate Quiche Reader” in the menu didn’t open the app page on the App Store. You can now write glorious reviews again.
If you previously downloaded Quiche Reader on Mac before this version, please download it again from the new unified App Store page.
The app has been completely redesigned for macOS Big Sur (never too late.)
Prompts encouraging to delete old articles were not properly displayed.
The app window size and position were sometimes not restored.
To make further development easier and faster, Quiche Reader now requires macOS Big Sur 11.0.
The current article was sometimes not visible.
Quiche Reader is now optimized for Macs with Apple silicon.
A new app icon consistent with macOS Big Sur.
Some icons were visually unified with Quiche Reader iOS.
The share extension was broken.
A scroll positioning issue on some websites.
Big news! Quiche Reader is now a true Mac app where you can read your queue and archive.
Read your queue and archive.
Safari and Share extensions can now be enabled from the app menu in Help ▸ Install Extensions...
To make further development easier and faster, Quiche Reader now requires macOS Catalina 10.15.
A Share extension to save pages from any Mac app: email clients, RSS readers… Open the app and follow the on-screen instructions to enable it.
Minor visual improvements.
On some poorly coded websites, the save confirmation overlay was sometimes overlapping with the content underneath.
A check mark is displayed on the toolbar button when a page has been successfully saved.
Accidental double saves are now also prevented in the context menu. “Save Link in Quiche Reader” will not be visible if the link was just saved.
The saved URL is truncated on one line in the overlay.
Safari extension initial release.