Feedly is a smart reader that connects you to the information you need to stay ahead of the curve in your space.
Every day, millions of professionals and passionate learners use Feedly on their iPhones and iPads to follow the blogs, magazines, and other sources that matter to them.
With Feedly, you can easily organize all your publications, blogs, YouTube channels, and more 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.
People use Feedly to read blogs, learn new topics, and track keywords, brands and companies.
Faster access to lots of different sources of news and information means that you can more easily keep up with important trends in your industry and build up expertise on the topics you really care about.
Because Feedly is connect to more than 40 million feeds, you can really go deep and find the niche content that is specific to your work or passion - this is a big difference from alternatives that feel very shallow and random in the content that is available.
From tech to business, design to marketing, media and beyond, Feedly helps you discover great feeds that you can organize in your feedly and read in one place.
Because it is powered by RSS, Feedly is an open system: you can add any RSS feed and read it wherever you go. Just enter the URL of that feed in the search bar or search for it by name.
Feedly offers useful integrations with Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, Buffer, OneNote, Pinterest, LinkedIn, IFTTT, and Zapier so that you can easily share stories with your networks and teammates.
We believe in speed and simplicity. We spent a lot of time making sure 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 for a blog, magazine or newspaper you like to read 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. We help you discover the best blogs for tech, business, food, marketing, entrepreneurship, design, baking, photography and more.
Our mission is to deliver in one place all the knowledge and inspiration you need to keep ahead.
[We are firstname.lastname@example.org and @feedly if you need support or want to report a bug]
Thank you for your feedback! We polished rotation, twitter sharing, deep linking and the discovery experience. We also fixed the swipe gesture issue. Happy reading!
Ratings and Reviews
Super weird bug happening
Good, but one frustrating change
I used Feedly through the browser on my computer... But one recent change to the app makes it much less useful for me: the ability to turn sideways and get a "landscape" view was useful when reading small text and for enlarging small images.. the only workaround is to open the page in a browser (generally Chrome, because Safari seems to have the same issue now too) and when returning to Feedly the place in my feed is now lost. This is intensely frustrating and slows down my ability to use this tool to go through my feeds on my phone. I'm starting to avoid it, in fact, and it's reduced functionality is making me question whether I'm going to keep it on my phone.. on my tablet it's not as big an issue and the browser page is still great. Wish the app we're better...
I Guess I Just Don’t See The Point
When I heard about Feedly, I thought I would be great. But after using it, I just don’t see the point. Seriously, if the devs can contact me and explain why this is any better than simply visiting the websites individually, please do so! I guess I was under the impression that I would be able to truly customize exactly what appears in my feed. Here’s an example, I like video games, so I selected Kotaku as a feed source. But I wasn’t able to get any more granular than that. I wanted to have Kotaku content, but only for subjects that interested me. For example, I wanted Kotaku content for God of War, but I didn’t want any Kotaku content for Fortnite. The app doesn’t do that, instead I just get everything from Kotaku always. The same as if I was just visiting the website without Feedly. So, what’s the point? What’s the advantage? [Shrugs] I just don’t get it. If I could filter keywords or tags, etc to truly customize my feed, that would be great, but as it stands I see no value in this app.
Hello, thank you for your feedback. You're right, to achieve this inside a particular RSS feed - Kotaku - you either have to mute what you don't like via Mute Filters or perform a keyword alert on the specific feed if it is supported in Google News. We're building Saved Searches right now to allow you to filter in what you're interested in.
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- 49.4 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
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