@kiudecan If your device vendor doesn't support your device anymore, you may be interested in looking how to install LineageOS. Staying behind updates is not really safe.

@Quenti If contributors are able to backport the latest changes on our legacy branch we can redistribute them, but we don鈥檛 support these versions anymore for numerous reasons.

Also there's a few UI improvements coming up nicely in next versions 馃槂. github.com/wallabag/android-ap

In one week, we published three (3 !) beta versions for the next version of the Android :android:鈥 app.

Please help us by testing the app and looking for bugs 馃悰 :
:google:鈥 through Google Play play.google.com/apps/testing/f
:github:鈥 Download the APK on Github github.com/wallabag/android-ap
:f_droid:鈥 Unfortunately beta releases are currently not build by F-Droid.

Last week #Feedbin, an open-source online feed reader introduced Pages, their read-it-later feature.

We would like to welcome them in the read-it-later world 馃憢
feedbin.com/blog/2019/08/20/sa

Also with this version we dropped support for Android versions before 5.0 (Lollipop).
We previously handled two different versions of the code base to support Android versions older than 5.0, and that's not really handy, that why we would prefer getting rid of this.
Anyway if you're reading this and you're (still) using an Android < 5.0 device, feel free to let us know that you do.
According to Google Play that's only very few devices, but it might be different through F-Droid.

We published a first beta for the next Android app :android:鈥 version. It fixes an issue, adds a settings option, changes a few things behind the scenes and now displays the article's author and publication date, if retrieved by

:google:鈥 The beta is available to those enrolled in the beta program. You can join by following the instructions on this link play.google.com/apps/testing/f
:github:鈥 An APK and changelog is available here github.com/wallabag/android-ap

We've just released the Android app :android:鈥 2.2.3 with a couple of fixes.

:google: Just released on鈥 Google Play
:f_droid: Maybe wait a couple of hours or a few days
:github:鈥 APKs and changelog github.com/wallabag/android-ap

We've just released the Android app :android:鈥 2.2.3 with a couple of fixes.

:google: Just released on鈥 Google Play
:f_droid: Maybe wait a couple of hours or a few days
:github:鈥 APKs and changelog github.com/wallabag/android-ap

In the next version a few queries have been significantly improved, so your @wallabag should run faster!

Thanks to our great contributors. 馃槝

github.com/wallabag/wallabag/i

J'茅tais en train de relire des vieux billets sur mon blog et je viens de r茅agir : tu sais que @wallabag a plus de 6 ans maintenant ? 馃槺
Je n'y suis plus trop actif (pour l'instant) mais le projet vit encore 鉂わ笍
Merci @tcit @j0k d'锚tre l脿 depuis tr猫s longtemps.

The save-an-article service Pocket is useful, but it's also proprietary and tracks you.

There's a privacy-friendly free open alternative called #Wallabag you can use instead.

They have an official instance where you can sign up, suitable for non-technical users:

wallabag.it/en

There's also a project website which tells tech users how to self-host their own instance:

wallabag.org/en

You can follow Wallabag on here at:

@wallabag

#Pocket #Alternatives

@hyde_stevenson Hi,
For now 2FA is only available through email.

But version 2.4 will bring OTP/Google Authenticator support.

@switchingsocial @hyde_stevenson It definitely is. People at Mozilla have been asking for months on how鈥檚 the open-sourcing process鈥檚 going on鈥

@hyde_stevenson Yup. Looks like
github.com/wallabag/wallabag/i

Did you set the domain name correctly and ran wallabag:install (should have been included in the make command) ?

@switchingsocial @hyde_stevenson It鈥檚 still proprietary. Extensions sources are of no real use.

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