Could you add an option to scroll article content using mouse wheel or arrow keys on a keyboard. Right now it is kinda uncomfortable experience on a classic PC without a touchscreen or touchpad.3 votes
Using stacks to read technical articles on a 1366 wide screen the columns are way too narrow to allow me to comfortably read the articles I've saved.
For horizontal scrolling one and one third columns visible would probably work best (but I don't think its a "one size fits all" type issue)
For me introduction of this feature effectively broke the app - if it had been this way when I trialled the app I wouldn't have paid.8 votes
Sometimes, on my Surface, I still habitually press keys like Home or End so that I don't have to swipe my way all across the list. Unfortunately, in Stacks, these keys (at the main screen) just change which folder I'm looking at. I'd rather use Alt+Up/Down or Ctrl+Up/Down to change the folder, and let the arrow and Home/End/PgUp/PgDn keys work on the main article list.3 votes
I added in the backlog. I have others features to implement before but I’ll consider it for a future version.
The heart glyph seems to be absent on the WinRT ("Store app") version.1 vote
yes this feature has not made the cut, it’s already in the backlog too.
In the iOS Instapaper client, you can tap or swipe to advance a page. Makes it easier to read while doing something else and more book like than continuously scrolling.1 vote
See my comment. Thanks again for the feedback!
When a lot of articles in 'Read Later' screen becomes hard to find 'in progress' articles. Please, provide additional screen for them.3 votes
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