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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.
[We are [email protected] and @feedly if you need support or want to report a bug]
When in a feed, and swiping up, the app jumps to the next feed. I hate this, because I have to go back to that feed and mark it read. The app should only go to the next feed if the current feed is read, or it I request the next feed. It used to work this way, but the poor choice was made to change it. Otherwise it is a great app.
It seems the developers are not interested in fixing the loading problem that has been reported by numerous users over the past few months. I actually like the app but if they can’t be bothered with fixing a known issue that affects numerous users, I can’t be bothered with their app.
Loved Feedly. This last update made me write this.... yeah, not a good change.
Been using Feedly for a while it seems okay I guess. But $72/yr is an awful lot to pay now for a bit of organizing search results. Every browser has bookmarks and reading list functions that mimic what Feedly does. Hmmm ... at $72/year I guess Feedly has dreams of an IPO?
Because when I’ve just read a comic or a fun article about skin care or whatever, that would be fine, but when I’ve just read a dark, depressing news item about people dying or the economy tanking, it is SUPER jarring and weird to see a happy smiling ‘toon congratulating me for reading all the things. And it’s more often that second situation that the first, so...please. I wrote a similar review a few years back when y’all decided a chipper cartoon dinosaur was what people needed after they finished reading the news. I discovered that one for the first time literally after reading about a hate crime, and it was awful. The dinosaur went away quickly and I can only assume it was because others felt much as I do. The only comics I need in my Feedly are the ones I subscribe to. Please no smiley congratulatory cartoon figures, anywhere. Or at least give us an way to opt out of that. All that’s needed is the green check mark. Less is more.
I will always love Feedly for picking up the torch when Google Reader died, and I still don’t know of any better feed reader applications. None of the paid features seem useful to me - I’m sure I wouldn’t use them even if they were free. Major complaints: 1. Sharing to Firefox is broken, was fixed briefly but then promptly broke again 2. No option to control image downloads Also several conventions of the OS are not maintained in the app: 1. The scroll bar is often hidden so I can’t see how long an article is 2. Tapping the top of the screen does not zoom to the top of an article.
Each new user interface update makes the experience just a little bit worse. Navigating the hierarchy of feeds used to be quick, but now I’m forced to constantly switch between targets on the top and bottom of the screen. The Favorites target - unsurprisingly my most common or *favorite* target is moved into a harder to reach, harder to find place. Moving between feeds is both harder and less smooth. Images in feeds are rendered somewhere between ‘badly’ and ‘no one would ever want this, ever’. And the app now seems to have tap areas for local navigation that take me to the wrong place far more often than not. Disappointed. Considering reverting to former U.K., or just switching to another app. Anyone recommend an alternative?
Therebis NO way to adjust feed settings to read articles that are more than 30 days old Ugghhh!!!
I love Feedly and pay for features monthly on both Apple and Android devices . Is there anyway you can add a time enabled dark mode feature ? That would make this app perfect ! Keep up the great work .Thank you !
best reader i’ve found. have used for years. not sure the last updates made it easier, but still works great as a reader for all the feeds i care about.