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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]
I was using feedly in Android just because their widget, so i hope there will be a widget for ios
Kudos to the Feedly Dev team! This is such a nice app. I went looking for an RSS app to get away from the flying data-eating Gifs, screaming and scrolling data chugging videos, and annoying pop ups we now—thanks to the major browser companies removing the features that allows you to turn them off—are stuck with. Individual apps are often even worse. So yep; I chose Feedly because I detest auto-run in all its forms, and especially annoying advertising. Feedly, which has been slaughtered on here because of the ads in the feed. Feedly, I like them. They don’t scream, pop up or follow me around the page. I like that they look like the articles; and as long as you keep them to innocuous topics like toasters or coffee makers—and stay away from the malware laden enabling of outright organized crime certain social outlets engage in—you and me, we’re good. Two small things though. By taking us directly to the buy button / sign up sheet when we click on the ads, you are shooting yourself and the sponsors in the foot. Last I checked, affiliate advertising was about getting people to buy. Pretty sure your sponsors see it that way anyway. So please take us to the article described in the link, let us learn about them, read about what they are offering, and we might actually hit the buy button. The second item; your bot. Having it is a grand idea. Asking people to vote yes / no style BEFORE reading the article is STUPID. It literally guarantees that your bot will deliver absolute garbage, and sending your paying customers—who are allowed to use it—screaming out the door. Do this: Place the bot dialog AFTER we read the article. Yes you might get fewer responses, but they will be ACCURATE. Also, give us an option to long press “other” and let us help the bot by choosing the right category. Otherwise, great job Feedly!! I can read news again, in peace and quiet. Especially love your interface with the external websites, how the reader auto activates, and the ability to customize using Safari’s controls. UPDATE: Your AI is being torpedoed by your users. A function of where the input box is located I’m sure. The identification of categories is going rapidly downhill. Two articles about the election count comes to mind—and yes I clicked through to read them. One was labeled Cannabis, and while the electorate may well be smoking it—the article didn’t even mention it. The next one was labeled US Navy. How does the present status of poll workers counting votes equate to anything Navy related? Feedly, you may want to temporarily kill the bot. Someone’s screwing with it. I refuse to believe that in 2020 an algorithm can be this God awful. Make it tamper proof please.
The latest update is infested with ads. I see that the development folks are responding to critical comments with a boilerplate response trying to justify them. Whatever. They still ruin the user experience. I fully support compensating developers for their work, and I would be happy to pay a fair price for an app that I find useful. But I hate ads and I don’t (and will never) rent software, so a recurring subscription fee is out of the question. I’m done with this app now.
I downloaded Feedly because I wanted to follow blogs without seeing ads—especially pornographic ads, strobing ads, video ads, and noisemaking ads. Today there was an ad in my feed. Nothing annoying or distasteful, but the market pressure is all one way. How long until the strobe light ads begin? Pro is $8/month with is 2.5* storing a terabyte of photos with Apple. That’s crazy. I would pay $1. I’m researching alternatives now, and will be deleting Feedly once I find one.
THE UNIVERSE DID ME RIGHT WITH FEEDLY!!! I’m super stoked that I get to curate my own personal newsfeed. As someone with ADHD, I need organization to thrive. Feedly allows me to make several different feeds to see what I prefer. Cause some days I just want to pitchfork without CNN looming over me lol.
Multiple updates and the share menu is STILL missing the option to add articles to Safari's reading list the way the Feedly Classic can when “Open in website directly” is set to “No”. Attempting to bypass previous flaw by setting “Open in website directly” to “Yes” opens articles in an internal browser that completely lacks any data controls. Third-party tracking cookies, who the **** knows? Need to clear cookies/cache because bad site data is crashing Feedly? Too bad. Delete Feedly and start over, because they half-donkeyed the internal browser. Feedly has become nearly useless! I have spent A YEAR requesting technical support without a single response! Deserves ZERO stars!
Edit: You’re right I missed the text size change at the top, I didn’t realize it was universal across all feeds. Why doesn’t feedly honor the iOS accessibility text size settings? The text in feedly is too small as a result. I would’ve gladly emailed support to report this, but you don’t have a support contact page or email address, why would I pay for that?
App has been freezing since newest update. Screen dims and app freezes.
Update Dec 15 2020 — Toggling the “open directly in website” setting doesn’t do anything. This is such a particular thing I understand! Naturally when this most recent update, articles no longer open in the corresponding app when I want to open them. Instead takes me to safari? Please change this back!
What happened? Couldn’t find anywhere to report issues but this locks up, fails to load. Screen goes white. Really unusable. Fix please.