Isso que é um update de respeito!
Novidades da versão 1.2[NEW] Added Fever. [NEW] Added a native image viewer to the article view and the web browser. In an article view, tap an image to view it in the image viewer. In the web browser, long-press on an image to view it in the image viewer. It has Tweetbot-style flick-to-dismiss, too (thanks to Tapbots for their blessing). It’s arguably the best solution to a common problem, and the inconsistencies between the glut of other solutions have been driving me nuts. Better to learn from the best. [NEW] Options menus just for images. Long press on an image to see a list of options, including an option to view the alt text of an image. [NEW] Optional app icon badge for the current unread count. [NEW] Landscape support to the web browser. [NEW] Tug the current article up or down to go the next or previous article in the current list. [NEW] Tug up from the bottom of a list of articles to mark them all as read (after a confirmation which is enabled by default). [NEW] Option to mark articles as read by scrolling past them in an articles list. [NEW] Unlocked the Glass and Campfire themes for all users. [NEW] “Extra Small” font size. [NEW] Separate font size preference for article list screens. [NEW] Release Notes history screen. [NEW] Improved Facebook sharing: now uses link-based posts when available. [NEW] Added the 1Password button to web-based sign in screens. [NEW] Article lists attempt to maintain their perceived scroll position when a refresh triggers a reload (only supported on certain newer devices). [NEW] The web view toolbar now changes to a light or dark color scheme to match the current theme. [CHANGE] Broke up the settings screen into more focused sections. [CHANGE] Cosmetic changes, especially to the Day, Night, and Glass themes. [CHANGE] Found a better way of preserving web browser history that preserves the full back/forward history, even across relaunches. It also looks better when tapping an article link after having viewed something else in the browser. [CHANGE] Made options menus easier to trigger. [CHANGE] Made it easier to dismiss the current screen off the top of the stack. [CHANGE] The “Articles” section is now always visible, even when “Hide Read Items” is enabled. [CHANGE] Improved the CSS for article views, especially for CODE, PRE, FIGURE, and AUDIO html elements. [FIX] Fixed several possible causes of crashes related to inline thumbnails. [FIX] Fixed a crash that can occur when sanitizing the HTML for articles that contain extremely long embedded data UIRs. [FIX] Named anchor links in the article view now jump to the named anchor, where possible. [FIX] Fixed a bug with mailto: links. [FIX] Fixed a bug with the new Feedly sign in web flow. [FIX] Fixed a bug with Pinboard titles not displaying correctly when saving under certain conditions. [FIX] Fixed a crasher when signing in. [FIX] The “Last Background Fetch” message in Settings.app should not have been user-editable. [FIX] Numerous minor bug fixes and UI improvements.  Shows all your “Kindling” feeds and saved items. No Hotlinks for now, just the core feed reading experience. Not all of Fever’s article lists support “Mark All Read”, e.g. a list of starred articles.  Howdy, XKCD fans!  YOU HAVE UNREAD ITEMS!! HEY! HEY! HEY YOU! THERE’S UNREAD ITEMS IN HERE! IS THIS THING ON?  This feature doesn’t exist.  Fever cannot support this feature.  Removed this feature because it was never made.  I want a t-shirt that reads, “I only commit to master.”  OMG web standards.  People always write this kaizen-ish line, but it’s true. I swear there’s like a 100,000 git commits strung like beads between version 1.1 and version 1.2. Maybe I should just rebase it all down to the latest commit and make it look like I shipped all this on the first day.
[NEW] Added NewsBlur.