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Feedly

Feedly

Feedly is a news aggregator application for various Web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android, and is also available as a cloud-based service. Feedly compiles news feeds from a variety of online sources for the user to customize and share with others. It is a better way to organize, read, and share the content of your favorite sites.

Feedly transforms web sites into pocket-size cards which load quickly and are easy to read. It has a similar layout to the now defunct Google Reader and has the same core features like feed categorization, read tracking, saving articles for later (staring) and sharing.

There is an extension available for web browsers which enables Feedly to integrate into the web browser.

 Feedly

Price
Free to download
Premium Account available

Developer
DevHD

Website
www.feedly.org

Support Sites:
Blog, Knowledge Base, Twitter, Facebook

Selected Reviews:
MacLife

Features include:

  • Organize your favorite blogs, news sites, podcasts and Youtube channels and access them all in one place
  • News suggestion algorithm
  • Title-only view (for fast reading), Magazine view, Cards view, Full articles
  • Auto-mark as read
  • Tagging
  • Advanced sharing
  • Save articles across devices or share them on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Evernote, Pinterest or LinkedIn. Directly or via Buffer, Pocket or Instapaper
  • Always in sync
  • Themes
  • IFTTT enables you to connect the Feedly Channel to 68 different channels
  • Import OPML
  • Export OPML
  • Drag and drop new sources to create a new category
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Add-ons for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari web browsers
  • Feedly mobile application is available for iOS (iPhone, iPad), and Android devices.

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