News Aggregator Feedly Gets an Update

News Aggregator Feedly Gets an Update

Sep 8, 2016

Feedly is getting some changes targeted at both regular and Pro users.

Per Google Play:

​• Introducing knowledge boards (the evolution of the tag concept)

• Pro users can now highlight text in stories

• Contacts / Account permissions no longer necessary for Google login

• Improved discover experience

• Share menu to save content to knowledge boards

Feedly remains free (with subscription options in-app) on Google Play.

Feedly Gets Google Now Integration and More via Update

Feedly Gets Google Now Integration and More via Update

May 6, 2015

News aggregation utility Feedly is getting an update, and it sounds like a compelling one.

Big on the list is new Google Now compatibility. Now, Feedly pushes the most engaging stories to users Google Now feeds at 7.00 am every morning.

Per the app detail page, the changes include:

New in 27
[NEW] Better search auto-completion experience.
[NEW] The feedly Pro power search is now available on mobile.
[NEW] GoogleNow integration. The most engaging story in your feedly gets pushed to GoogleNow every morning at 7:00am.

Feedly is available for free on Google Play.

Feedly Gets Update

Feedly Gets Update

Apr 9, 2015

Popular news collation app Feedly is getting an update.

Per the Google Play page, the new update has a few goodies:

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

Feedly is available for free on Google Play.

Feedly gets Update, Adds Twitter Share Integration and More

Feedly gets Update, Adds Twitter Share Integration and More

Dec 5, 2014

For a lot of Android users, Feedly is the definitive RSS and news aggregator. For these folks, Feedly’s new update should be quite welcome.

The new build brings in share on twitter integration, higher resolution images and crash fixes.

Feedly is available for free on the Play Store.

Free App Recap February 26 – News Apps

Free App Recap February 26 – News Apps

Feb 26, 2013

While most of the news out there is pretty depressing, there is still a lot of different news sources out there offering more than the latest celebrity getting arrested and pages and pages of depressing news. The hard part with any news is corralling it into an easy to read place. For Google Reader users, I don’t need to mention how great it is to have all of the the newest news in the subscribed feed right there. While this is great, getting some new information from other sources helps to get varied opinions. Here’s some new apps to try that offer ways to get more articles to read.

Flipboard

Flipboard is one great looking news reader. The news from the reader’s Twitter, Facebook and other social feeds helps to bring in relevant news. The news is divided into different categories like Technology, News, Photography and more. Click on the category and see news from Facebook, Twitter and other sources like BBC and Huffington Post. Swipe through the different stories and see if there is anything interesting.

Download Flipboard

Pulse News

Pulse News is a cool way to get news. It connects to Google Reader so there is access to all the subscribed blog feeds. Along with the Google Reader integration, there are other news sources like magazines and news from newspapers. Since not everyone has a lage data plan or access all of the time, there is offline sync mode letting the articles be read while there is not internet connection.

Download Pulse News

Feedly

When all of the news starts to sound the same, sometimes it’s good to stop looking at the big news sources and head back to the feeds in Google Reader. Feedly is a great app for making the articles in Google Reader a lot easier to read. The layout is made for either a 4″ phone and 7″ or 10″ tablets. This makes for a great user experience on any device. The clean ans simpleness of the design makes reading the feeds on Google Reader a joy.

Download Feedly