Love this app I have made the switch from Google Reader. I now have Feedly installed on my droid phone, my PC and my iPod touch. I am loving it. As good if not better than Google Reader. UPDATE It has been 3 years and three phones. Motorola X2, Samsung S4 and now a Samsung S7. This app has performed flawlessly. Now that Pinterest is whacked, I follow all my peeps on Feedly. Plus interest areas, camping, news. If its a blog I can follow it here. Five stars, I recommend this app.
Start Page?! Very nice app, a lot of sources and useful recommendations. But there is not one start page option that is any good. 'all' is what it is, but not for me. Home just starts from the first feed in my list. Must read is what I wanted but it doesn't work... Also my fav Belgian blog chase is not supported.
Great App As a web developer and designer I need my News and resources everyday. I've been using Feedly since I could and have nothing but good things to say about it. I truly appreciate the care that the developers give this App with not only its wonderful design but how well they communicate updates and bug fixes. Great job and keep it up!!
On startup, it either says 'building' for a minute, or it just plain crashes. When actually opening an article, it shows a weird clipped version instead of the full article: you're going to have to press the title to open the article. And then the article opens in a weird buggy built-in browser instead of chrome, which doesn't show half the videos! After sending several messages about this, I post a bad review. Feedly responds within hours, saying I should send them a message. I did!
works well, missing features present on website one key feature of the web app is the ability to show saved articles by oldest first. I'd prefer more options for sharing articles via phone and Google apps
Web is better I have been a long time (web) freely user and it is over of my goto tools. Perhaps that is part the problem as I had high expectations for the app. Sadly, the app did not live up to my expectations. I found the app to be clumsy and slow. And it seemed to be missing arrive functionality, such as marking all articles in a feed as read. It has potential but I think I will access feedly via Web browser and not this app.
• Introducing knowledge boards (the evolution of the tag concept)
• Pro users can now highlight text in stories
• Contacts / Account permissions no longer necessary for Google login
• Improved discover experience
• Share menu to save content to knowledge boards
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