Feedly - your work newsfeed
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A single place to easily read all the news you rely on to think, learn, and keep ahead.
Everyday, millions of professionals and enthusiasts use feedly on their iPhones and iPads to read the blogs, magazines and publications that matter to them.
With feedly, you can easily organize all your publications, blogs, YouTube channels in one place and consume and share more efficiently. No more zig zagging. All the content comes to you in one place, in a clean and easy to read format.
Some people use feedly to read blogs, some people use it to learn new topics, some people use to track keywords, brands and companies.
Faster access to lots of different sources of news and information means that you can more easily keep ahead with what is important in your industry and the topics you really care about.
Because feedly is connect to millions of feeds, you can really go deep and find the niche content that is specific to your work or passion - this is a big difference when you compare feedly with other news apps which are usually very shallow and feel very random.
From tech to business to design to marketing to media, feedly helps you discover great feeds you can add to your feedly and easily read in one place.
Because it is powered by RSS, feedly is an open system: you can add any RSS feed to your feedly and easily read the content of that feed on the go. Just enter the URL of that feed in the search bar.
Feedly offers useful integration with Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, Buffer, OneNote, Pinterest, LinkedIn, IFTTT and Zapier so that you can easily share the stories you read in your feedly with your networks and teammates.
We believe in speed and simplicity. We spent a lot of time making sure that feedly is the best free reader available on the iPhone and the iPad. The app loads fast and offers a simple and clean reading experience.
The best way to start is to search of a blog, magazine or newspaper you read regularly and add it to your feedly.
If you are looking for inspiration, you can open the search panel and browse some of our popular topics and discover the best blogs for tech, business, food, marketing, entrepreneurship, design, backing, photography and more.
Your mission is to deliver in one place all the knowledge and inspiration you need to keep ahead.
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What's New in Version 36.0.0
• Introducing knowledge boards (the evolution of the tag concept)
• Fixed a crash when sharing text from the selection menu
• Improved feed discovery experience
• Share extension to save to knowledge boards
Great replacement for Google Reader
When I first tried Feedly, I think it was much different, but still felt like an overall more feature-filled version of Google Reader. However, it was too much and something I loved about that aggregator was its simplicity. I recently tried Feedly out again and they have completely improved that original experience in a meaningful way. By that virtue, I award Feedly a five star rating over a four star rating. The original reason I didn't use Feedly in-between these years is the automagic sorting, but I've discovered a new magic in Feedly's complete aggregator.
Decent app, similar style and functionality as Pocket and Flipboard except it's more frustrating to use. The only way Feedly will save articles from the web - if using an iPad - is with a collection. But collections can ONLY be created while using the WEBSITE version of Feedly. This means you have to log into Feedly through a web browser, create your collection or collections of choice, then return to the app version of Safari and THEN using the save as feature, you can save the article to Feedly. For whatever reason, Feedly will not allow you to use any of the existing channels already available (marketing, entrepreneur, etc). Nice. Why the extra steps I wonder?
Like it, but inline browser crashes
I have been using freely for years and generally like the design and functionality. Recently it has been crash prone - especially the inline browser (when set up as Safari in settings). For some ad heavy or interactive content, for example Atlantic, the Verge, and even Mashable, the inline browser crashes and reloads to the point of being unusable. When I launch safari as a standalone using the view in browser button it doesn't crash. Using Chrome is not convenient because it is not inline and launches separately. If this can be fixed, my rating of this app would go up immediately.
- Category: News
- Updated: Aug 31, 2016
- Version: 36.0.0
- Size: 49.7 MB
- Apple Watch: Yes
- Language: English
- Seller: DevHD Inc
- © feedly
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.