I haved used feedly for years and built a huge database of feeds. It works perfectly and can interact with other apps like dropbox. There are some things on my wishlist for a future update, but it's definately a 5-star already. Wish list: Bookmarks sorted by category, full articles in-app (not just the intros), better video support.
I have been using feedly for a long time .... Loved it and saved a huge collection of articles... Almost like a little technical library. For what ever reason, it started behaving strangely recently. If I m in a particular channel and opened an article...When I press back, instead of bringing me back to where I was in the channel, the app looks like it restarted and brings me back all the way to the startup page...So now after every article, I have click my way back to where I was to continue..........Can this be fixed?
This app seems to be fundamentally broken, and badly in need of a rewrite. At a basic level it works, but it does not look nor act like a native android app. For example, I already have the Pocket app set up – why do I need to enter my username and password in the Feedly app as well? At times it crashes, and refuses to work unless data is cleared. It's the only app on my phone that regularly needs to be reset this way.
Really great app! I wasn't sure how to get started with being more informed about worldly events, mostly because the amount of information on the internet is overwhelming and I wasn't sure where to start looking! Well this app brings all different sources to you hand with a couple taps and you can also easily read from different sources to get unbiased news! I would suggest 'the economist' and 'wall street journal' these seem to be mostly unbiased sources of news :)
I like the app quite a bit, and have used it for a while. Maybe I've never noticed it before but I'm seeing ads stuck in among the new stories almost like they were a news story themselves. I hate that. What next, clickbait?
I decided I was spending too much time idly scrolling through my Facebook feed throughout the day, but a lot of the content I see was time wasting. I decided to delete Facebook from my phone and give this a try instead to feed my information cravings. I love that there is huge selection of articles available, and that you can segment your content by personal "feeds" (news, culture, business, etc.). I definitely recommend if you're looking for a higher level alternative to social media browsing!
Fixed crash issue
Keeps scroll position if you swipe horizontally from one article to the next and back
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