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Feedly delivers all your favorite content in one place.
Feedly is a new way to browse and share the content of your favorite news sites, feeds, tumblr blogs and youtube channels. Instead of having to hunt down for news, feedly uses RSS to aggregate the contents of the news sites and blogs you like and deliver them as a fast mobile-optimized experience.
Feedly is an RSS news reader re-imagined for mobile devices. It makes browsing faster and more fun: the content of your rss feeds, news sites and blogs are transformed into pocket-sized cards which load very fast and are easy to browse.
The feedly UI is custom tailored for the iPhone and the iPad. If you run feedly on an iPad, you will get an experience which is very close to a personalized magazine: a really fun way to track and read your favorite blogs.
When you run feedly on a phone and on a tablet, the configuration will automatically syncs between both devices.
Feedly makes sharing content on twitter, facebook and google+ very simple, either directly or using Buffer. We also offer integration with Pocket, Instapaper and Evernote.
What's New in Version 18.1
Fixed the iOS 5.1 startup crash.
Fixed a infinite loading loop in the Home section.
Improved the contrast in the black theme.
Fixed mark all as read bug,
Fixed an image resize bug on rotation.
Fixed the gloss on the iOS 4 and iOS 5 icon.
Clarified Google+ vs Google OAuth login options.
Added black them support to the un-clutter option.
Still Need To Reinstate Prior Versions Functionality
Developers - you have brought back most of the prior versions' efficient functionality. Bravo. A couple of items left and I will restore 5 stars.
Full article title does not display in landscape mode. Please fix.
When I want to switch to another source in the same section and I press the three horizontal lines on upper left corner, I have to scroll all the way back to the section I was in. It used to default to the last section you had used. Please fix.
I prefer color-coded sections. Maybe not so strong colors.
I really love this app. It is a more streamlined app than Flipboard which I love. Less finger-scrolling.
REQUEST - Need to be able to move subscriptions to different sections without having to delete and add again.
- Need to be able to edit section.
- Editing is not efficiently set up. It is cumbersome to use.
- It would be nice for it to remember what I already read and keep it greyed and not make it bold when it refreshes.
Design is loosing its way
I have “swipe to next article” off, but now there is this new additional “tap” to previous/next article that i keep accidentally triggering. How do i turn that off? UX fail. It is very frustrating. But, good that the “cleaned” web page finally acknowledges the theme setting - nice, but the font is tiny, with no way to adjust it. If you need it to be different than the feedly article view, use the same text font, but make “decluttered” page have a dark gray background.
With the new version - there is NO color. Nothing. What happened there? You are erasing your own brand. Very odd. Even worse, in the latest update, the “feed me” monster characters are gone. You’ve officially wiped out your own brand. And, the sudden “magic wand” icon is weird. The creative director is either new and unskilled, or bored and doesn’t care. Sad, as the design was a top reason i started using feedly (before the death of google reader, even). Get your original designer back. Or, help this one get their mojo back.
UI needs work
This has the potential to be a very enjoyable app, but it's currently awash in cryptic icons and buttons that make it frustrating to use. Text buttons would be much more user friendly.
It seems like the majority of them are for social media services that I haven't and won't ever use, some that I've never even heard of. Please add an option to enable/disable these buttons on an individual basis.
More annoying, however, is how there is no distinction between icons related to app functionality and icons for sharing. If I want to open something in Safari, clear clutter, mark something unread, or save it for later, I don't want to have to dig through 15 other icons arranged in no order at all. Why is the Twitter share button not in the drawer with all the others? Why is "Keep unread" a circle, and why is it hidden 3 rows down next to a bunch of sharing icons?
Please switch to text buttons rather than arbitrary icons for app functionality, and please make a clear visual distinction between them and sharing buttons.