Feedly – Get Smarter
by Feedly Team
Your central place to organize, read, and share the information you need to stay ahead of the next big trend in your industry. Every day, millions of professionals and passionate learners use Feedly on their phones and tablets to follow the blogs, magazines, and other sources that matter to them. With Feedly, you can easily organize all your publications, blogs, YouTube channels, and more 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.
People use Feedly to read blogs, learn new topics, and track keywords, brands and companies.
Faster access to lots of different sources of news and information means that you can more easily keep up with important trends in your industry and build up expertise on the topics you really care about. Because Feedly is connect to more than 40 million feeds, you can really go deep and find the niche content that is specific to your work or passion – this is a big difference from alternatives that feel very shallow and random in the content that is available. From tech to business, design to marketing, media and beyond, Feedly helps you discover great feeds that you can organize in your feedly and read in one place. Because it is powered by RSS, Feedly is an open system: you can add any RSS feed and read it wherever you go. Just enter the URL of that feed in the search bar or search for it by name.
Feedly offers useful integrations with Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, Buffer, OneNote, Pinterest, LinkedIn, IFTTT, and Zapier so that you can easily share stories with your networks and teammates. We believe in speed and simplicity. We spent a lot of time making sure Feedly is the best free reader available on the Android phones and tablets. The app loads fast and offers a simple and clean reading experience. The best way to start is to search for a blog, magazine or newspaper you like to read 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. We help you discover the best blogs for tech, business, food, marketing, entrepreneurship, design, baking, photography and more.
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User Reviews :-
The internet is a complex place and there’s a huge amount of information to process. Feedly helps me process and make sense of it all! It really suits my way of working – I add articles of interest to ‘read later’ and then archive things in boards. I can then follow more dynamic sites and blogs through the RSS feed tracker. The ‘add to board’ functionality when sharing something to feedly directly in Google chrome is sometimes a bit buggy but otherwise it works great.
I haved used feedly for years and built a huge database of feeds. It works perfectly and can interact with other apps like dropbox. There are some things on my wishlist for a future update, but it’s definately a 5-star already. Wish list: Bookmarks sorted by category, full articles in-app (not just the intros), better video support.
Hands down the most efficient app for feeds and news. Personalization is great and it has a huge collection of websites for each topic. It is actually the first app that I check out in the morning. Just been having a little issue regarding the list view for my feeds. It works in every section but the ‘all feeds’ section. Reinstalling the work, so doesn’t changing the default view in settings. Hope this gets fixed soon. Otherwise, it’s a must-have app.
Generally made it much easier to stay on top of the news via my preferred news outlets. I do wish I could turn off sections from said outlets though. At the moment in particular, all I get is football/transfer news. Sport isn’t important enough for me, to take up half my home screen. (five stars if I merely missed the function and you can tell me how to turn off).
Edit 2018/05: After Google’s new Google News I’m back. I wish that RSS never goes away my fear of that it will. That is why I have left originally. Edit:2018/01: Still great app but I think RSS feeds are slowly going. Going to retire from using it even though it is great. Edit: I’m still using it in 2016 so far. After initially disliking this application I have accepted it. Of course the now defunct Taptu I liked more. Edit 2015-09: After using this app for a longer while it is good. 5 Stars!
This app will eat up your data plan faster than you can say “feedly”. Every time the app is focused the whole feed is fetched, including all pictures. So just switch to another app and back to feedly and it fetches all data again. No wonder this app is the top data usage source high above any other app. DO NOT USE IF YOU PAY FOR EVERY BYTE!
Sources are easy to find. The search functionality is second to none. Intelligent organization of feeds streamlines the experience. A final, fifth, star would be added if the interface had a few more options for presentation. Magazine view doesn’t use screen real estate efficiently imo. Better integration of articles into the app would also be a plus (I don’t want to have to “view website” to read every other article). All in all, this one of the best news readers/ aggregators out there. Would reccomend.
Love everything about the app, but it would get five stars if it had “smooth scrolling” in list view, as an alternative to paged scrolling. I find myself constantly scrolling up to bring an article into my line of sight, only to have the entire page flip to the next page. Otherwise, it’s excellent!
Neat, organized, and super effortless to use. I find myself on here at least once a day just going through all the articles on my personal feed but when I don’t want to look at everything I can focus in on just one of my categories such as all my gaming related feeds or my tech related feeds. This app is very useful for keeping up to date with specific interests.
I have been using feedly for a long time …. Loved it and saved a huge collection of articles… Almost like a little technical library. For what ever reason, it started behaving strangely recently. If I m in a particular channel and opened an article…When I press back, instead of bringing me back to where I was in the channel, the app looks like it restarted and brings me back all the way to the startup page…So now after every article, I have click my way back to where I was to continue……….Can this be fixed?
I left a review for this app over a year ago, asking for a better night reading mode, which customer support said they would pass along to their design team. Long story short, it still hasn’t been done. If you’re not going to be responsive to users simple feature requests, expect to loose your users to developers who are. This wasn’t a request that would have taken more than a few minutes to implement, yet you guys were unable to do it in a reasonable amount of time so I found a better app (News 360).
App overall is decent. After 2 year theming still leaves a lot to be desired. Cannot change from list view and go back. Some issue with default view setting. This has happened on three devices. Sticking with palabre for now, the UI customization and feed manager are easier to use. Will keep checking back as Feedly is a great service.
After realizing that the developers of Flipboard had become lazy and complacent I knew I needed an alternative and Feedly is it! It is easy to use, streamlined and does what you need it to do. Plus they actually pay attention to update suggestions and do their best to improve upon the app regularly. Leave Flipboard in the garbage where it belongs and give Feedly a try, you won’t be sorry.
Many articles do not lead to a source. Confusing. Each time my screen goes off when reading the app refreshes itself on turn on and the article i was reading is being replaced by a new feed. ANNOYING AND WRONG.Back button sometimes leads to error page. Could be nice to have a theme switching automatically after certain time. No option too control data usage. No autodownload.
Lowered 2 stars because, like many other apps, it continues bugging you to rate it after you have already done so. “Stack” method of browsing is great. Love the viewing flexibility and the beautiful display of feeds. Would like a little bigger font on the tablet. Needs the ability to search feeds – then it would be nearly perfect.
Really great app! I wasn’t sure how to get started with being more informed about worldly events, mostly because the amount of information on the internet is overwhelming and I wasn’t sure where to start looking! Well this app brings all different sources to you hand with a couple taps and you can also easily read from different sources to get unbiased news! I would suggest ‘the economist’ and ‘wall street journal’ these seem to be mostly unbiased sources of news 🙂
Clynton van den Bergh
After using Feedly for a few months now I have had to change my rating, there are just too many features that made gReader a great app to give Feedly 4 or 5 stars. My initial review is below: I’ve just installed Feedly, as a gReader Pro user for many years it will take some getting used to. But at least it’s fast (much faster than gReader), feeds who’s content didn’t load in gReader load in Feedly and the developer hasn’t just quit developing the app.
The App is good but it widget on home screen still shows the same article even though I already read them. I suggest when a user reads the news in the app the widget should also reset and should only show unread articles if there is any. One more suggestion is that on widget itself articles should be marked as read.
Very nice app, a lot of sources and useful recommendations. But there is not one start page option that is any good. ‘all’ is what it is, but not for me. Home just starts from the first feed in my list. Must read is what I wanted but it doesn’t work… Also my fav Belgian blog chase is not supported.
Instead of visiting dozens of sites, Feedly brings the sites to you, making it easy to her your daily fix of information all in one place. My only complaint is that premium features like filtering out garbage stories like Pokémon or DragonBall are only available through a monthly sub vs a premium one-time upgrade.
Keep closing.. In my case.. Previosly always working well. I have been using this app for more than 5 years. Unfortunately, I need to looking for the alternative since ‘keep closing’ issue appeares… [Update] Issue is fix with new update.. GREAT
Much better than it used to be. Two things missing for my workflow (or not found): 1. Way to set all feeds to oldest first by default. 2. Go from an article to the feed it appears in (tapping the name doesn’t work). Not asking for confirmation on “Mark all as read” (as the web version does) is a major problem.
Excellent little RSS reader. If you are the kind of person who likes to read news from many different sites, Feedly makes it easy to keep track of stuff. I use this app practically every day and have zero complaints. Plus, it’s free. What more could you want? 🙂
Great app which I have used for years now. However I am having issues with switching my feeds to list view (my preferred view) – they default to magazine which I don’t like. If this can be fixed I’ll update the rating to 5 stars.
This app is a real pain to use without making an account. In a world where there are 100 other options to choose from with identical products, don’t waste your time here just so they can mine your data.
Edit: issue is fixed with new update. 5 stars! I love the app but it has been crashing on startup. Not sure if it’s just me or not. Hopefully it’s a quick fix because it’s one of my favorite apps
Hadrian Mar Elijah Bar Israel
Excellent news aggregator, but terribly quirky. It’s only really good for reading headlines. Links rarely go to the actual article they display… Also the light grey text in night mode is nearly invisible against the black background.
I like that abusive trolls can’t make ignorant comments, not about the actual article, but aimed at the other commentors. A shame one can’t dialog civilly in THIS U. S.. The ill mannered Milineals, Unsustainable Consumers and Globalists have made it impossible to have an opposing position. This feed is less stressful.
The app works great. I just wish some news services had better mobile/text friendly feeds that I could read in app without having to launch the full site. Im looking at you Wired. No fault of Feedly though.
October 5, 2017
I like the app quite a bit, and have used it for a while. Maybe I’ve never noticed it before but I’m seeing ads stuck in among the new stories almost like they were a news story themselves. I hate that. What next, clickbait?
On a galaxy tab 7.7, title view is unworkable to the point of making me feel like crying… Tapping on an article marks it as saved, instead of opening, at the best of times. All other times it just freezes. Also, how difficult is it to implement continuous scrolling?
Cannot select list view since it’s inactive. Deleting app data or reinstalling the app doesn’t solve the problem. List view used to work when Settings > Default view was set to List view and never set custom view for a feed. In that case all icons appeared unselected, but after choosing an icon different from List view it goes wrong and no return. You’ll never be able to select List view even if you apply it as Default view. It’s not device specific, cause it works like that on two devices from different manufacturers (HTC + Huawei)
Great app, really good UI/UX, and plenty of settings. But the contrast is really poor. I mean, aesthetics shouldn’t hinder functionality, and that’s what the washed out grey text color does, in both light and dark theme. Have your designers read up on A11y!
Was a paying customer and it was my go to for viewing content from multiple sources. Now it opens all links in the browser instead of the stripped down text and image based feedly interface which ruins it’s most useful feature… Removing distractions and junk. Unfortunate poorly considered product choice.
Love it! I no longer subscribe to newsletters that I want to read (but don’t, and they clog up my inbox). I now add their sites to Feedly and with a quick scroll, I keep up to date with topics and industries that are relevant and interesting to me..
I so love Feedly. Indeed am a founding pro subscriber. But now Google sign in is broken. Looks like Google is now rejecting the referrer. Please fix, as I cannot use it at all from my Pixel 2 XL anymore.
They’re messing with functionality to get you to pay a monthly fee. I don’t use the app often enough to pay 4 bucks a month. I’ll pay but don’t hold me hostage. It’s now a hassle to switch feeds around.
General functions works well but feel comfortable on daily basis app need offline mode (at least previews) and feature to remember last opened article. Jumping all the time to first one in menu is silly.
My main source of articles. It used to be a bit buggy, but now it’s really stable. Would be 5* but there is a bit annoying thing with scrolling open articles (swipe left/right) which is too sensitive and when you don’t scroll directly down it will change change article. And to be even more annoying, when you swipe back to your article it will start on top.
The app has some nice features but I do not get on with the massive image and tiny text on the swipe screen. It should be the other way around imho or 50:50. Tried to increase text size in settings but couldn’t. Uninstalled.
Could you please provide us the “real” scrolling on transition? I’ll give you 5 stars. I like Feedly so much but this lack of “real” scroll feature keep me back to gReader. But now gReader has some sync issues, I don’t have any choice now 🙁
My only complaint is that dark mode makes most feeds unreadable for some reason, so I have to leave it on light mode. But functionaly it’s great and I could not go a day without it.
Feedle jumped in when GR announced it’s demise. However, F is still lacking some basic features GR has and it doesn’t work well on Android 3.1 and below. Moreover, F has not announced what are the plans when they no longer can use the GR subscriptions.
I want to like feedly more, and do actually use it all the time, but it seems I can’t get through a single session without it crashing on me. Sometimes multiple times. Frustrating. Started to crash all the time. I finally resorted to uninstalling it, and will find something else. Edited to add: the app has been greatly improved and I use it as my daily reader.
It works pretty well once you get it set up, and learn how it wants to work. Not my favorite restaurant reader, but my favorites are either broken or no longer supported.
The addition of a monthly fee just to have favorites is a joke. It says they have Instapaper support, however it has never worked with correct credentials. Bragging 52000 people love the app and altering it for severe gain. No thanks
Nice app but after adding some feeds, I played with the views, only to find that I can’t go back to the list view which has images. App will not allow me to select it. Very annoying. Uninstalling did not help either.
I’ve enjoyed this app for a few years but lately it hangs & crashes constantly. Now I never even get a “Feedly stopped responding” message. This evening it won’t start at all. Clearing cache in settings doesn’t help. Tried to find folder where cache is stored but no luck. Wondering if I have to give up & find another app.
It had been working fine, lately. Old:’Problems again…”lost” network access while I was reading news. I’ve closed it and now it starts as it as been fresh installed but the logins options don’t work…. Old: Nice but lacks offline support and after some time of use it won’t respond and starts to slowing down, I’ve to kill the app and restart it so it will function properly. Memory leaks?
I’ve used feedly since google reader went defunct. It’s a good rss reader and allows basic functions. Sometimes I accidentally close the app or window while reading, and the article is marked as read… That’s about the worst. It usually works well and the controls are intuitive.
A bit annoying for the differences between the app, site, and extensions. Overall it’s a good replacement for Reader. Dropped a star since the widgets don’t work other than as aqua blocks with logos. Update: abandoned widget. Comfortable with the app. Few frustrations, but they are mostly the result of the information source’s restrictions.