Feedly. Your news reader.
1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- Good-looking layout
- Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Pocket integration
- Own RSS subscription system
- We didn't find any, did you?
Feedly is one of the best ways to enjoy your RSS subscriptions
Since Google announced the shutting of Google Reader service for July 1st 2013, Feedly has developed its own RSS subscription. Now you can directly add your sources from Feedly, which works autonomously. That's the final step it was lacking which has made it a comprehensive reading tool, and the favorite of most of disenchanted hard-GReader users. In addition, Feedly's scenery has been enhanced regarding smoothness, accessibility and customization.
First off, you can log in with any of your Gmail accounts in order to sync your RSS list. If you haven't added any RSS to your account yet, you can do it also from the app or choose the presets categories that Feedly suggests you. It's true that there are heaps of RSS reader for Android, each one with their specific features. Feedly added value lies on simplicity, cuteness, multi-platform and a self-made RSS subscription system.
Simplicity due to reading is as easy as swiping between RSS entries, tap on categories, select the one you prefer and start again. You can open/close, add to read it later, remove a source, share, copy article URL, change format... among other features.
Cute because it's set on a sober and good-looking layout with cool screen transitions. What's more, it is fast on loading images and in switching from one article to the next. You can go to the original article without leaving the app (there's a browser integrated).
Multi-platform because there are iOS, Android, Chrome and Mozilla versions which made keeping up-to-date even easier since all these versions are synced. Thus, anything you read on your mobile device will appear as "already read" when you check Feedly on your browser later.
Feedly is an example of how a cute app, with basic features can become a great one if the developer focus on make it usable. That's what Feedly Team did. Must-have.
Millions of people use feedly every day on their Android phones and tablets to connect to the blogs and news sites that matter to them. From tech to business to design to cooking to fashion, feedly helps you discover new Youtube channels, blogs or news sites 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 your favorite feeds on the go. Just enter the URL of a feed in the search bar.
Feedly integrates seamlessly with Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, Buffer, OneNote, Pinterest and LinkedIn so that you can easily share the stories you read in your feedly with your friends and colleagues.
We believe in speed and simplicity. We spent a lot of time making sure that feedly is the best reader available on Android phones and tablets. The app loads fast and offer a simple and clean reading experience which will make your eyes happy.
The best way to start is to search of a blog and youtube channel 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, marketing, entrepreneurship, design, cooking, photography and more.
Your mission is to deliver in one place all the knowledge and inspiration you need to keep ahead.
[We are email@example.com and @feedly if you need support or want to report a bug]
New in 26.0.5
[FIXED] Cut and paste issue in the explore plane
[FIXED] Broken link in the google news feeds
[FIXED] Edge swipe to open left navigation panel and right explore panel
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to help.
When I hit the back button about ten percent of the time. Terribly frustrating to end up at your home screen and not be able to get back to where you were in your categories/blogs.
The app appears to save my place when I navigate to other programs now and the pasting issue had been fixed. I still find the navigation a little unintuitive (like side swiping marking the whole page of articles as read/ not read, instead of single articles). The edge swiping for the menus in the latest update doesn't seem to be working for me either. Still a good app for keeping track of multiple
I hate how it handles multiple page stories. The back button backs you completely out of the story and not to the last page. The photos don't load. The video playback sucks.
Why bother searching chrome when all the pages I love are Right there on this app. Keeps me always updated with a few minutes od searching plus NO ADS. It keeps you away from the ads on the actual page and of course, this app has no ads itself.
So glad I found you. Easily the best and is pretty easy to learn. The only Rss App that made me want to learn it. Also had better, more organized views than any i've used before. And i've used a lot.
Feedly is, quite simply, my source of long form information, for everything except the personal (Facebook for family and friends) and the ephemeral (Twitter). Work related, news, sports, commentary, reviews, philosophy, politics, tech, business...