Elytra's Primary Interfaces
Native Text Rendering
All articles in Elytra are rendered natively using iOS’ TextKit. You can now not only search for articles, but search for text within articles.
Elytra is fully compatible with dynamic type and uses your type size preference throughout the app.
Search for a particular word, a phrase, through image captions and headings.
Section headers with identifiers are linked so you can directly share that section of the article with your friends & family.
Customize the Finer Things
In Elytra, you can control how articles are rendered and what is rendered.
Select between the pre-defined light and dark themes, pick an accent color and choose when images are loaded.
Bookmarked articles are stored locally so you can read them even when you’re offline. Or you can use the bookmarks list for articles you want to read later.
Publishers who support the WebSub protocol on their websites instantly get support for real-time notifications in the app.
Elytra is devoid of any third party analytics & tracking tools or code. This ensures your reading habits are private to you.
Read the Necessary
Nobody likes spoilers for movies or the next issue of your favorite comic book. Or perhaps you’d like to take a step back from specific keywords.
Setup filters in Elytra and cut through all the noise.