Announcing the New Feedly Mobile

Today, we are very excited to announce a brand new version of Feedly Mobile, centered around search and discovery, productive reading and better sharing.

It is available now on:
iPod touch
Android Phone
Android Tablet

We’ve had two crazy, wonderful weeks at Feedly. Over 3 million new users have joined Feedly since the announcement of the retirement of Google Reader. We are thankful that so many Reader refugees have chosen Feedly for their new home, and are adding hardware as quickly as we can to make that transition as seamless as possible.


All-new search and discovery engine

Introducing a completely new way to search and discover feeds. Our new feed search engine is amazingly fast, and brings over 50 million feeds to your fingertips. No other news reader comes even close to offering this breadth of choice.

The smart topic completion feature enables a truly intuitive search and discovery experience. The new search algorithm leverages millions of interactions from the Feedly community, helping you find the best feeds on the web. There are already millions of people using Feedly, and more and more joining every day. The more you use Feedly to search, categorize and follow your favorite feeds, the better our search and discovery will become.

Feedly New Search

Productive reading

To make sure you never miss updates from your most important feeds, we have added a feature called “Must Reads”. New posts from the feeds that you promote as “must read”, will bubble up to the top of the feed selection panel and in the “Today” section.

We have also added a pull to refresh gesture to the feed selection panel so that you can always easily get to the latest content available.

Finally, we added a new title only view to make scanning of headlines more efficient.

Productive Reading

Fast and easy sharing

The redesigned sharing panel makes sharing and saving articles to read later, easier than ever. We have added support for Google+, and settings that let you select which saving and sharing option should have a shortcut on your main toolbar. Google+, Pocket and Buffer users will appreciate the direct access to their favorite tools.


We would like to thank all the users who have provided invaluable feedback through the UserVoice support forum. We would also like to thank the 500+ people who have participated in the Android private beta over the last 10 weeks. Their feedback and bug reports were key in helping us to get to the release finish line. Last but not least, we would like to thank Anthony Casalena, Founder and CEO of Squarespace, for providing us with such great insight over the last three months on how to make Feedly a better reader. His feedback was the inspiration for a lot of the productivity features we are delivering in this update.

The feedback we collected during the private beta was the best we have received since the first release of Feedly Mobile and we can’t wait to see how this update resonates with the rest of the community.

Please let us know what you think!

All the best,

Your Feedly Team

Author: @feedly

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528 thoughts on “Announcing the New Feedly Mobile”

  1. Did you remove the ability to search just your own feeds? This is a feature I use all the time to find articles I’ve read or glanced at in the past, and it seems to have gone missing with the latest update.

    1. The curent search implementation did not scale: it was very resource intensive. We are working on a new iteration. We hope to be able to introduce it later this year.

        1. I think you can still do that using the quick goto or “magic bar” which is how it’s called now. Just press ‘gg’ and type what you’re looking for. You can also limit the search to the current section (if you are viewing a tag, a single feed, or a category), your whole Feedly, or new feeds via ‘the store’. You can take a look here:

          I don’t know why exactly they say they removed it, maybe you’re just talking about the mobile app.

          1. OMG thank you!!! this needs to be known. Ive been going crazy trying to find an article I had mistakenly unsaved. Feedly this shouldnt be so hidden.

          2. The gg method doesn’t seem to be working for me, it only pulls up feeds and categories not article or words in articles. :( Thanks for the suggestion though. Really missing this feature as a “Google Refugee”.

      1. You removed the ability to search your own feeds?! To me this is one of the most important features of an RSS reader. Please fix it as soon as possible. Love Feedly, but this is a huge mistake.

        1. We understand that this is an important feature. We will re-enable it as soon as we have the resources to support it. Thanks for the insight.

          1. Feedly is nice, and becomes even better and better, thanks! I would like to suggest a new feature: instant readability support for reading the article in the app. I would like to read the article in the app (not later) via readability. It would be a very nice feature.

            1. I second this! The lack of this feature is one of the main reasons I stopped using Feedly before. The app looks/performs better then 99% of the other RSS apps but it just took too long for stories to load. Please add this feature!

              All that said, this app is amazing! Love the new views!

            2. I second this! Feedly was the first RSS app I used on android but moved away from it due to the lack of this feature, even though it looks and performs better then 99% of other apps. Please add this feature!

              All that said, the app looks and performs great. You guys and gals did a great job!

                1. Yes! +1! I always liked feedly but I had to switch to a different app because of the lack of this feature

          2. Good reply. I hope it gets re-enabled soon. No search in my own feeds is definitely a deal-breaker for me.

        2. Concur, my friends and I will have to find another reader application until this gets fixed. Bummer.

          1. Do you fancy giving an example of *why* it’s so crucial? I’ve never searched Google Reader, except maybe once when I remembered reading a story but forgot to star it.

            In fact, just having to show up and scroll down the page without further input is kind of why I use RSS in the first place.

            1. I used it in Reader all the time for catching up on topics. For example, I might eventually get around to watching an anime and after finishing it, become curious as to what the anime blogs I subscribe to all said about it; search and voila! A regular google search would pull up tons of hits I don’t much care about, and searching each site by hand would be extremely tedious.

            2. Slickdeals, FatWallet, etc. – searching by store, item;
              Looking for old articles, reviews, terms, names

            3. I’ll give you an example that I used regularly on Google Reader. I have a category called Shopping, lots of deals sites to sift through. Need a good deal on toilet paper, or a new TV? Search through all that garbage you don’t need and get some incredible deals. I probably save $1000 a year using this method.

        3. Completely agree! Removing the ability to search your own feeds from 3 million Google Reader refugees. How was this seen as a good move. It’s probably one of the most important features for an RSS reader to have. I love Feedly, but without this feature it’s going to be difficult to use. Disappointing.

          1. I was just about to make the switch, but will keep looking for another Reader replacement. I want this feature.

      2. This makes no sense. Why would this even need to be server side? Just use the small amount of resources needed on the phone to search.. Sounds like its being approached a little differently…

        1. This is exactly the type of thing that should be server side. I probably have millions (~ a thousand feeds x ~ a thousand articles) articles “in” my reader/feedly account. With the right type of indexing this would scale with no trouble at all server side, while being absolutely infeasible client side. Compare with Google web search.

      3. I am not sure I see the point of Feedly if it does not have a decent Search function. I think I will be looking elsewhere. It’s all very pretty but that is not really good enough. Most people can get ‘pretty’ anywhere (like Pulse) but functional search is why we used Google Reader and why we thought we were making a sensible move to Feedly rather than one of its rivals. Clearly not … I’ll give it six weeks to return and then I’ll move on.

      4. The search worked great before this “updgrade”. I hope the new “search and discovery engine” is not too resource intensive, because it is not nearly as useful as a basic search-within function. The internet already works pretty well at bringing “50 million feeds to your fingertips”, so this isn’t really an essential function within a reader. All most users need are the three following functions: read, search, share.

      5. The search function worked great before the “upgrade”. The internet already does a pretty good job at providing “50 million feeds to your fingertips”, so I hope the new “search and discovery engine” isn’t very resource intensive. This is not a very good trade-off for simple search-within functionality. Most users just want the three requisite features from an RSS reader: 1) read, 2) search, 3) share. Feedly now can only do two of these.

      6. I am very disappointed with not being able to search my own feeds – it is a key feature for me – so I was happy to see it in place when I first switched over – hopefully you will bring it back soon.

      7. This is hugely disappointing, I’ve been a huge fan of Feedly but I’d have to say I am looking for alternatives now. No disrespect but I hope you guys realize what a huge let down it is.

      8. this is the reason i switched to Feedly… seriously upset – looks like i am back to searching the other readers sites – argghhh and it took me forever to find you guys

      9. you just have to bring this feature back. i rely on this specific feature to do my job researching the hundreds of feeds i have each day. it’s such a necessity, otherwise what’s the point of aggregating all of these feeds together? Please enable a proper search function!!!! Thanks!

    2. meanwhile (hoping not along time…) i’ve found this way:
      in the address type:

      where, instead of XX, place your word
      if you have more than one word, between each one place this:


      here again, instead of XX your second word
      Another way, if you’re looking for a text starting from a text inside one your feed in Feedly, point out it, and a cloud pop up with four option, with “search feedly” as the second…the right one!
      Hope this help!

      1. well.. i thought i found a replacement for google reader….. How can you brag about these updates when you just made this app useless by taking away the most basic tool?
        Email me when the jackass who took away the local search feature away gets fired…IDIOTS!

        1. You’re a preposterously aggressive person, especially given that it’s a free product, and they’ve stated above that the search feature was too resource-intensive, and they’re building a new one. Add to that the fact that you’re replying to a user as if they themselves represent Feedly, and you’ve got the makings of an idiot.

    3. Ipad title-only is not really “title-only”. Instead, it shows the title and a line or two of body text, which takes up huge amount of screen. The issue is made worse because there is a large blank white space between articles.

      Also, each section starts with a huge expanded “popular” article as some kind of lead in.

      Finally, you can not really scan quickly because you have to flip the pages one at a time, rather than quickly scrolling all the items.

      The desktop version of title-only is so much better.

      1. Agree, sometimes I have hundreds of unread items which I want to read in the order oldest->newest. Accessing Google Reader in Opera mobile gave me the option to load 100 feeds, scroll down quickly, and load another 100 feeds, so there this was no problem. The one-page-at a time scrolling is really annoying!
        The oldest-first view is also no option, as sometimes I have to catch up with feeds that are more than a month old, so they are automatically marked as read, making them inaccessible this way.

        Oh yes and lots of whitespace is generally something I don’t like at all.

      2. Is there any way to mark them read other than opening each one individually, then clicking back to get to the list? My feeds have ~500 new items per day so this is an untenable way to get through them.

        On desktop title view, i can rapidly tap ‘n’ to mark them read, only hitting return or j to open the ones i’m interested in. Google reader for tablet was even better: it would load 15 at a time, and had a button for “mark these items read” that would do so and then load another 15. Scanning one screen-worth and marking them read in chunks was the best way I’ve found to make long feeds usable.

        So far feedly is an adequate replacement on desktop but far too inefficient to be useful on a tablet. At least please make it possible to view the desktop version in my mobile browser – don’t force me to use the app, which is inferior.

      1. Srsly. How is it possible they don’t have one yet? Is this one of those California-navel-gazing things?

    4. I noticed that too. I’ve found that if you scroll to bottom to google news feeds, the articles I flagged show up there.

  2. Hey guys, you just added the shortcut button “b”. I used that one to open my articles in a background tab (with another extension, since this is not supported by default). Please let me modify the shortcut buttons. I hat to have to jumble my shortcut key around every-time you guys add a new one that just happens to be the one I used.

      1. I was just wondering when you are going to update your UserVoice to address the suggestions you are being given. I understand that you’re being slammed with ideas, but under the “Status” drop-down box, I only see (5) Under Review, (1) Planned, and (3) Completed. If you could possibly find some time to update this list, it might help us help you make this process easier.

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  3. These updates are great, but I hope that offline reading will be made available soon.

    1. Yes. Offline support is the next big thing we are working on. It will be a key component of feedly pro. Thanks for the insight. -Edwin

      1. OMG! I can’t wait to see offline support! Can save a lot on my data usage.
        Besides that, I would also like to see ability to directly open in mobilizer view for feeds of our choice.
        Other than that, it’s all perfect now. Thanks for this wonderful-wonderful app!

      2. Offline support in the works…and its a ‘next big thing’ kind of in the works? Brilliant! That was my #1 gripe with Google Reader, actually. You have really been whittling down the (ever dwindling) list of ‘mehhh I don’t want to switch from Google Reader though’ things. You have an impressed refugee on your hands.

        …now how’s about a +1 only button. Not a ‘share on Google Plus’ button…just a +1, Like, & twitter Star functionality.

    2. Offline is a must have for me. As someone who tends to read them on the tube/train online only isn’t really good, and to be honest as someone who has been using News Readers back to the Usenet days offline is what a News Reader *does*. You can keep all the Currents/Flipchart magazine copying moves, I need that feature before G Reader goes dark. Shamw if it will be Pro only since that was a free feature too :-(

      Also a 4×4 widget would be cool, 4×2 is tiny! Or at least integration with other widgets like APW.

    1. The previous implementation did not scale to meet the demand of all the new users who joined feedly over the last 2 weeks. We retired the button until we have a new implementation ready. Between now and then, you can use the email capabilities of the G+ button. Works really well.

      1. There’s one big problem with this option, however: in addition to sending an email, you also end up publicly endorsing the article via a “+1” and this shows up on your Google+ profile, etc. Consider a scenario where you’re emailing an article that you *disagree* with or find problematical (and so don’t want to publicly endorse or appear to approve of), or you’re sharing an article about subject matter you wish to keep private from the wider world. The G+ button will not be your friend!

        So the only option if you want to privately email an article or feed item, as would have been possible in the past, is to manually copy the url and paste it in an email. (And by the time you remove your assorted circles from the G+ form and type in an email address, it’s probably quicker to do it the manual way…)

          1. I completely agree. I used the email feature in GReader constantly, and was a little baffled to see it go so quickly from feedly. This is the #1 feature I look for and agree with Yvonne’s point re: G+. I have no interest in making my sharing _that_ public or by needing to manipulate the settings that much each time I want to send something.

            I understand the need to scale appropriate to the user base and infrastructure. I’m hopeful that it comes back quickly or, I must admit, I might be on the lookout (again) for a new RSS client.

          2. +1 for, er, not having to +1 to email an article. That is a horrible workaround. LIke the others, this is a heavily used feature for me and my experience is quite hobbled while that ability is disabled. That said, I understand the challenges of having taken in all of us soon-to-be GR orphans!

            1. I very much agree here. Disliking this “share everything public” mentality the email button was the ONLY sharing feature I ever used. Mostly for sending a private reminder to myself though for permanent archiving — the close-down of Google Reader gives a good example after all, why service-specific markers are not a good solution if you intend to preserve an article on the scale of many years. In that regard Email, being a technology independent of any specific provider, seems to me the ONLY solution.

              1. I agree with my friends and I really use e-mail button to share articles within the company I work for. Please bring the e-mail capability button back.

      2. Sad to see this important feature disabled. Workaround is not an option for me. Hope to see it back soon.

      3. Please add an email button. I just started using feedly and it’s almost a dealbreaker to not have an email button. Maybe I’m from the dinosaur age, but I tend to email specific items when to certain people rather than publicly sharing – especially when the content is something I’d rather not have published on the interwebs.

        1. There’s no logic in this, people need to be able to choose if they want their shared content to be public. The email button needs to return, it was just amazing and nothing can replace it.

      4. Is there any reason the email button cannot simply open the standard email client with the link to the article pre-filled? That is, the same as a standard HTML mailto: link. Unless you have an ulterior motive to send the email via your own servers (or there is some technical aspect I am overlooking), this would be the simplest solution.

      5. Google plus button is gone now, too? Anyone have another suggestion for how to easily e-mail to an individual?

    2. Very, very, very bad decision. I am personally going to stop using Feedly just because of this omission, after falling in love with it.

      1. It doesn’t look very different from the old default view. It’s pretty, but it’s not actually a list view. I was hoping for something like the new list view in your desktop app, an actual list of single lines showing only the headline (btw, a favicon would be a great addition) and a continues scroll option.

        1. Yea my list view on ios iPad app still shows the popular post as a huge banner across the screen. I just want to see the titles. Is there another option other than list view called title view?

            1. How about the ability to mark something read/unread?
              Personally, even if you ever do give ipad users the title view, I won’t consider it useful until I’m able to send stuff to Evernote & Readability from it, but considering you can’t even manage to get something as basic as marking articles read or unread implemented in any way I can figure out, I have no hope of it ever being useful. I sure hope the guys at Digg come through, because barring your announcement that 3rd party apps will be allowed to use your API, I don’t see you ever having a usable ipad app. This thing is a joke.

              1. The app shows you when you first use it that the marking of articles as read or unread is achieved via horizontal swipes.

                I agree with the others that the list view on the iPad is disappointingly still broken.

                1. The problem with the swipes is it doesn’t just mark things read or unread, it’s tied to navigation of articles. Even with the automatically mark read setting off, it’s constantly setting things read which I haven’t read or failing to set thing as read when I have. It’s complete shit. Some people may read the articles in their feed in consecutive order, but I never do. Feedly’s browser interface is tolerable, but the ipad app is completely unusable as far as I’m concerned.

                  1. Yeah. I does take some training to get used to the various swipes. I’d prefer a couple of little buttons, but we are within the gesture happy land of iOS.

                  2. I agree with this! Dear Feedly–stop marking “read” everything that I just navigate past with “n” and “p” shortcuts. That did not happen in Google Reader and it seems more natural. Please just mark something as read when I actually open it, not when I navigate past it. Thank you.

  4. I’m still getting some categories with a first page magazine view even if I select list view. Is this the normal behavior? Swiping up presents the rest as a list but what’s up with that first page? Can it be disabled?
    (Apparently this shows up when the category doesn’t have unread items)

  5. Very much enjoying Feedly, but it’s missing a key feature: Are you going to add the ability to sort the order of individual websites within categories anytime soon?

      1. Well at least there is that. I’m currently exiled to using your app on my iphone since you removed the email sharing from the web version. Please bring that back soon. Some of us refuse to use g+.

  6. «Finally, we added a new title only view to make scanning of headlines more efficient.»
    It appears this particular change has been made only in the iPhone app. Please bring it to the iPad asap! ☺

    At present the so-called “List” view in the iPad app yields a view with (at best) seven articles visible when in portrait orientation. And that’s “at best”. What tends to happen on the first three pages is that the top half of the screen is taken up by a “popular” post, leaving room for just four articles! I’d be better off on the iPhone where I’d see five or six articles to a screen and no visual clutter in the form of oversized highlighted posts. (Highlighted posts work fine in the cards/magazine views but defeat the purpose of a truly scannable list view.)

    If you genuinely want to make scanning headlines easy and efficient on the iPad then the design should accommodate at least a dozen articles to a screen. And please present all articles in the same way (as you do on the iPhone, with no highlighted posts) so they can actually be scanned.

      1. Phew…I thought it was just me and reinstalled trying to get this pure title only view on the iPad. Been waiting for this for a long time!

  7. These are great ideas Mod. Please add them to so other people can upvote them. This is the best way for us to prioritize ideas!
    Thanks again,

  8. What is the possibility of Feedly dropping Google account requirement? Reader was probably the last major thing keeping me using a Google account at all, if Feedly were to get their own account system, I’d be doubly grateful.

    1. A lot of people are actually asking for this. It would be awesome if you could up vote this feature on

      1. Actually, I hope you keep the ability to use a Google account as a method of account authorization / log in, even after the death of Reader and switch to Normandy. One less place I have to maintain credentials.

  9. Your team is awesome!!! Thanks for all the hard work to get us a better reader alternative!!! Some growing pains but it will all be worthwhile with the final product I am sure.

    1. Sorry about that.
      We have temporarily removed the direct gmail forwarding, and we’re currently working on making it better integrated. In the meantime, the work around is to use google+ email capabilities to share articles. On feedly for desktop, in thew article view click the g+1 icon (below the article name). Add email addresses in the bottom box and click send. This workaround using g+1 also works on feedly mobile.

      1. Can you add an option to share by default system email client?
        I use Outlook and pressing the “Mail” button could just launch the new window with the title and link in the body already entered.

        This way i would not drain your resources and we just could use our preferred email client.

        I think the best and the eastiest way to introduce it is to just include “mailto:” link with aboovementioned fields already included,



  10. Thank you for the Must Reads feature! I was wondering what value the option to denote certain feeds as must reads had, since it didn’t seem to be sortable that way (until now). I expect I’ll use the Must Reads feature all the time.

    Any chance you’ll make this available on the web/Chrome version?

      1. I’m very happy with the “must reads” feature !

        Suggestions (requests :D ):
        – put a “star” along the feed name in the “organize” page. This way you can instantly know witch feeds are “must reads” and witch are not !
        – add “must reads” on the browser/chrome version

  11. It’s little sorry… With GR it’ was possibly to read a rss without any mobile applications. Just simple and light URL. I have a bada on Samsung Wave3 so what? You will explain me how little bada market is? Before that a have SonyEricsson k790 and was able comfortably read rss again. Do You know what OS does it use? )))

    Still far from GR, still far… (((

    1. Same here with using a Nokia Symbian phone. Google Reader works just great in the web browser, but of course Feedly won’t work at all since they don’t and likely never will make an app for this platform. I’m really not sure why Feedly is going the route of writing and maintaining apps for all of these various platforms and web browsers instead of making a single web app.

  12. Great update! In order to get a little bit more of the Google Reader Feeling – could you make the scroll function not sticky? So I can slowly browse and scroll instead of having the whole page jump to the next entries.

    I hope you’ll become my new Reader of choice ;-)

      1. Thanks for the feedback! We are currently not planning to have an actual scrolling interaction. The reason we are doing a cards based interaction is for speed purposes. This is for us the fastest way to load content.

        1. Please have someone with UI experience analyze that for you. It makes for a very bad reading/scanning experience compared to the normal scrolling UI. And then an Android developer taking a second look at the implementation. Having done a lot of relevant development work myself I can’t imagine that this can’t be done with a <1% speed punishment.

  13. Can I still view a whole category from the explore section? In the last version I could tap on the header (let’s say “web design”) and read all articles in this section. Now this option seems to be missing.

  14. Can I still view a whole category from the explore section? In the last version I could tap on the category header (let’s say “web design”) and view all articles in this section. Now this option seems to be gone.

  15. I’m a bit sad that setting a label for starting page didn’t make it in this release, but oh well.. I’m planning to become a paying member when a feature-rich premium plan is announced.

  16. the 1×1 widget on android does not seem to do anything. there is no counter on it and tapping out does not even open the app…. what is the point of it?

  17. @feedly how a user can delete its feedly account because i am unable to delete my feedly account. can you provide this most essential feature in your accounts.

      1. @feedly
        thanks a lot for replying back. it’s very nice of you. i really like feedly but i saw this missing delete feature which i hope others want too if they ever want to shut down their account. how can i find my Google Reader ID? please guide me.

  18. When I updated the Android app on my Nexus 7, it didn’t preserve my previous settings. I had to both reselect the settings, and enter my Google credentials again. Is this the expected behavior?

    When reading a long article beyond the initial part of the text displayed by Feedly, the app opens the original web page in a browser view. This is distracting, takes more time to download a lot of unnecessary page elements, and requires the user to locate where to restart reading and zoom to a legible text size.

    This completely kills productivity for power users. Reader downloaded the full text of posts when available. With Feedly, it’s like having partial RSS feeds only when the full feeds are actually available.

    It’s a big step back, I’m disappointed.

    1. i second, third and fourth this one!! Without full view it’s just like every other magazine style reader out there. (and there are loads to choose from) may have 40 blogs to read, I do not want to click on each one and open it. I’m sure it had this functionality before?

  19. Don’t use your iOS appsz much but the recent update to Chrome is awesome… and now it really feels like Google Reader (if not better). RIP Google Reader.

  20. The only thing I have to say is: Thank you. Feedly is the best newsreader out here, and it’s even free. I will buy the Pro version as soon as it’s out just to support you guys.

  21. I have noticed that the ‘mark as unread’ functionality is inconsistent at best on the IOS version of Feedly. The short swipe to mark an item as unread sets the item in bold type, indicating that the item is unread; but most often when I return to the menu screen and the feeds are refreshed, the items are not saved as unread. Sometimes I want to mark an item as unread rather than putting it in my save for later list. This makes it easier to find when I have the time to finish the article, as opposed to articles I have read that I want to save for future reference. This also applies for the ‘keep as unread’ circle icon in the menu when viewing an individual article. The option does not seem to permanently affect the unread status of the article.

    There also does not seem to be a way to mark items as unread on the web versions of Feedly either. When I first view an article, there is a ‘keep as unread’ link at the top. But once I have read and left an article, I cannot find a mark as unread link. The ‘m’ shortcut does not always seem to work either, like in the mobile version.

    Feedly is the best replacement I have found so far for my Google Reader feeds. However, it still does not quite have the ease of Google Reader yet.

      1. for me the ‘m’ key works, the problem is there is no feedback. with google reader the ‘m’ toggle would change the title bold [for unread] and normal [for read]. on feedly you hit m, and the only thing on the page that changes is the tiny number next to the group increments by 1.

        could something be done to make unread items a little more noticeable?

  22. How do I make my blog and its corresponding feed discoverable via feedly search? Where do you get the tags from? Any insight you could provide in this respect would be appreciated.

  23. Quick question — on the iPhone Feedly App (Version 14), where is the setting for “Title View” (i.e., the Google Reader view)? Then I click the three vertical dots in the upper right hand corner (settings), my only options are List, Magazine, Card. Thank you.

        1. Make it 4 then! Windows Phone 7.8 app or at least a web version so we can open on IE9+ mobile.

            1. If I’m not mistaken Nextgen reader, a paid version though, will synchronize with Feedly once Google pulls the plug. Works on 7.5+ and Windows 8

      1. Make that one more for Windows Phone – I’m one of the Nokia Developer Champions and if you need some help in creating a Windows Phone App, just give me a short ping at Twitter (@anheledir), mail, facebook, … :-)

        I would be eager to help!

  24. Great update guys. I’d like to know that, are you going to let us translate feedly? A lot of us would love to translate it to our language.

  25. How do I implement this on Firefox? I downloaded the program, which by the way Firefox doesn’t recognize as legit. I can’t find it. Any help would appreciated.

  26. How can I permanently authorize Feedly to login?
    Everyday I must click on feedly mini -> authorize via the google popup to start reading. I’m on chrome desktop.

  27. Great improvements, but there is still a bug with mark as read when scrolling.
    If you are in Magazine View and you open an article inside feedly, if you continue scrolling without closing the article the following articles aren’t marked as read.

    1. I agree that this is needed. And at the same time implement the simple “feed detection of web page” function of Google Reader. Ie, you just enter a URL like inteo the “add new feed” dialog, and the application detects the feed url(s) automatically (pick the first or let the user choose).

  28. Feedly mobile iOS update bummed me out for three reasons:

    1. Refresh icon another tap away form within a category. Sigh…
    2. In “some” categories, I can’t seem to make “list view” work. Some posts look big. Weird. I hit list view, but no dice.
    3. I don’t like the BIG CHECK MARK that says “You are all done with this section” before proceeding to the next category. It’s too easy to accidentally hit this thing, plus I never would want to do this, and it interrupts me getting to the next category. Would love to be able to disable this.

    Sorry for the negativity. Feedly still best GR alternative out there! Keep up the good work.

    1. I hit “refresh” a lot more than I would search for something. If real estate is an issue, would like to see refresh replace search icon, and move search somewhere else?

    2. The BIG CHECK MARK is really annoying for me too. I have had to go back into history and “un-read” a whole section’s worth of stories.

  29. Thanks for the updated version (in Google Chrome + in Android), it is an improvement.
    However, as noted: search own feeds + email article, are mandatory features. I use them for sharing (emailing) articles to both my co-workers and family, so they are very important. I will continue using Google Reader as my primary reader until they are available — and I have no doubt walking in the shoes of Google is no small feat.
    One last point, Feedly is about RSS feeds, right? So I I wanted to subscribe to this blog ( via a RSS feed and found that none was working! Isn’t that slightly embarrassing?

  30. Hi, I love the iOS app, I’ve using it since I got a 4S, and this is a very good update.

    What I’d love to see is, the same way you added a toggle for the gesture “Double tap to close” maybe you could do the same for the long press gesture (enable/disable) and even let us select what action it performs. Right now it only saves to pocket, it could also be used for “Save for Later” in Feedly.

    Also, like others, while I’m reading an article I’d like to Save for Later (in Feedly) ex GR star, and send to Pocket for offline reading. Would nice to have both icons up there.

    The same goes for sharing, if I share an article in Twitter I’ll probably also share it in Facebook.

    The way i see it there’s room for one more icon, maybe we can fully customize which ones we want up there.

    For me the perfect ones would be Facebook-Twitter-Pocket-More Menu

    And one more thing, is there a way in “Magazine view” to keep all pages the same, some of the articles, I’m guessing the most shared ones, get a full page view.

    Thanks for any feedback.

    1. I am confused. I recently read something that suggested that Feedly could save to ‘Pocket’ as its read later functionality – which is what I for one would want, but I cant see how to make that happen?

    1. Yes, this feature I miss as well. Using Reeder App a lot I appreciate to have there a clutter free view by default. With Feedly I need to load the web page view first then I am able to remove the clutter. It would be great if the workflow could be simplified.

    1. I just pressed it accidentaly.

      I accidentaly tap the screen on iOS in the mark all as read screen, and now many items of my list are mixed with old ones.

      I suggest a confirmation dialog in iOS like we have on the browser version.A “tap again to confirm” message would be fine, or even a double tap to mark all as read, but only one tap is really asking for accidental taps. Or an option to remove it like this guy suggested.

      1. For a confirmationGo to your list of feeds. At the top of the screen, click on “Preferences”. Look for “Giant Mark As Read” and change the radio button from “YES” to “NO”.

  31. Great only problem is the scrolling feature, when reading a feed and you are scrolling, it automatically scrolls at the background. Will be great if the background will not scroll as well.

  32. While I do enjoy the improvements that Feedly provides over time, I noticed that there seems to be an absence of the previous “tile” view (I’m a bit unsure if this is the real name, though) which was a sort of hybrid between full screen cards and magazine view. Was this a feature that was dropped?

    If so, I’m a bit saddened but if it was for logistical reasons, I suppose it’s understandable. Just keep up the good work.

  33. Please fix the swipe when you have to go o the website to view the entire article. And pinterest would be nice.

  34. Pretty, but no where near complete.
    Offline reading is a must have.
    view original web page as a view option is essential, some rss feeds are little more than teasers
    Listing My feeds on the left nav with 0 in them is pointless
    Left nav bright colors is distracting and mildly annoying, design wastes write a bit of screen real estate.

    1. Me too. I’m sure tons of people would I’d love to see this show up in the B&N store. PLEASE?

  35. Unfortunately the tile view is gone and i can’t re-order my feeds. There is only an alphabetical order. What is the opposite?

    Thank you.

  36. The “Unsaved” in Android does not seem to respond when clicked if focus on feedly is lost e.g. open in default browser, share to twitter, etc.

    And also, can we restore the “Browser” icon so that it is easier to view in default browser instead of using inline browser? Viewing in default browser allows the page to be kept in my chrome history.

  37. And a side note, I come from Singapore in GMT+8 timezone. The sorting of comments in this page does not seem to take the timezone into consideration. My post is inserted in between some other comments.


  38. What’s the meaning for “article swipe” in setting??
    I can not swipe left for next article anymore when I’m under browser viewing(I tape the article then I can do browser viewing for the article.), even I set “article swipe” to “yes” instead of “yes(browser no)”.
    If I can not do this anymore, I hate this update.
    It’s disabled on both my iphone4s n’ ipad3, bring it back pleeeeeease!!!!!

    1. You know what, The best thing I loved with iOS Feedly is the awesome gestures to review/close articles.
      I love the easy one-finger gestures, swipe left for next, double tap to close, automatically to next feed when u finish this one.
      When I doing the browser review for an article, I like to double tap on the lines to make the fonts like removing clutter, no need to do the removing clutter.
      So now to close the browser view becomes a problem, I think two-fingers move close for closing is just okay, but not as easy as one-finger double taps, u should understand me if U use one hand browsing with the iphone.
      That’s why I love to swipe for next, then I can close next article by double taps if I need.
      How you do the two-fingers gesture with only one hand!
      Pull up to close w/ one finger is too slow and takes times if the whole article is fxxking long!
      Give me back my one-hand user experience pleeeease!!!

    2. I just found that I even can not close the browser view with “pull up to close”.
      No swipe to next, not pull up to close.
      Now I can close it only with 2 fingers miner or tap one the left top corner, both hard like hell for on hand!
      What’s wrong with this?!
      The browser view means read in the article then tap one the head line to read it on browser built-in feedly instead of open it in safari or what.

  39. The only thing that bothers me about migrating to Feedly vs Google Reader is that I can no longer access my feeds without having one of the approved browsers and using a plugin. Google Reader has web based access.

    1. I find Feedly’s feed-adding function being completely useless. I have no interest in “discovering new feeds” through my feed reader. I now have to go back to Google Reader all the time to add new feeds, by direct feed URL or by page URL (and Reader finding out the feed URL from the HTML).

  40. I didn’t get the title only view and the upgrade made it forget on every feed that I had it set for the List view (which isn’t a list but at least puts the feed in approximate chronological order). Frustrating.

    Why can’t you give us options for those of us who just want a simple Google Reader like UI?

  41. Thanks for all the updates, things are getting better! Just two requests:

    As a scientist, I use RSS readers daily to keep up with articles in journals. It is often the case that the professor puts their name last on the article, and this information is lost due to the low amount of information available in the Feedly article title. For instance:

    16 Organic Letters: … by Carla F. Fávaro,… / 22h // keep unread // preview

    Only a portion of the first author’s name is visible.

    An option for allowing for full author name display would be very helpful! The majority of scientists depend on RSS readers for our jobs, and this option would keep us all at Feedly over another RSS reader.

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  43. Thanks.. I feel Feedly is a perfect and better alternative for Google Reader but I miss one feature. Although it was not part of Google Reader, I used a chrome extension which enabled me to read full article within the reader.. Can you guys enable such option ??

    It will be really very helpful

  44. Hi.

    I’m disappointed with the yesterday’s update hoping that the new release brings more efficiency, and I have a few critical points on that.

    1) Why there’s no still any way to add a custom feed?

    2) I can’t still understand the principles of “Back” button navigation. Despite of this, the main navigation button is a green button at the top of the app. Why? It’s hard to hit it with one finger on a phone with a big screen + it can navigate to Categories list. Why the Back button can’t do that, but instead of it — it forces the app to close with restart showing the splash screen? Next, after a few restarts it may ask for logging in again — but why? Oh yeah, after yesterday update it shows the “Get started”. Guys, why?

    3) After yesterday’s update, Feedly started to load the content longer via 3G networks. In 99% of cases, it can’t load anything, but it could to hang with a blank screen for a minute or two or three… Then asking you to log in again after showing you millions splash screens. :) I understand that it might be a poor 3G connection, but it worked earlier much faster and much more stable.

    4) How can I select which sharing tools I’d like to have? Currently it shows a black-and-white-hard-to-understand-without-colors popup where all the icons look the same. I never use them. How can I disable that and bring me back “mark unread”?

    5) Too much animation (why a big “Saved” when I save for the further read at the middle of the screen instead of a regular notification at the bottom in Android 4.x?). However, is there any way to specify the custom colors for the categories? This is the only colorful place in the whole app, and it would be much and much nicer if anyone could select custom color for each category (by the way, what’s the strategy/principle of assigning those colours so far?) and shoing this color at least for the feed/category-feeds title to understand where you’re currently are. I rely on a color very much because it gets rid off reading black-and-white text/images.

    Sorry, I don’t want to seem aggressive and impolite here. I just want to read and manage my feeds better because you guys take a very important responsibility here: you’re going to replace the dying Google Reader. I do believe in you. However, thank you very much for your efforts for getting on board the Google Reader sinking ship users.

    Kind regards.

    1. It seems the Android app designer(s) have little experience with Android look-and-feel. Points 2, 4 and 5 are constantly nagging examples of this.

  45. Android app:
    I can’t grasp why are using an internal browser. Is this revenue-related for you? It breaks so many things that are good with the Android system and how apps integrate with each other. Could we have an option to never use the internal browser, and always go to the standard browser?

  46. I have just updated the app on my Android tablet and am now required to log back in but the Google log in screen keeps crashing the app so it is now totally unusable.

    1. Ok, got the log in working- had to pick Android and choose the google account to use.

      Have to wait for some new unread articles to test everything out now!

  47. Just use Google Reader as the basic layout and build on it, improve what you can or just leave it as it is,, it was beautifuly/simple/useful.
    (don’t over-complicate the layout with too much stuff, i just wanna read my news)
    thank you.

  48. Really needs to have continuous scrolling (not snapping to pre-determined cards) and a clearer indication when you swipe an article (like how in Reeder the whole block of text moves) — quite unclear when I’m marking something unread at the moment. Also swipe to the right for a custom action (eg save to instapaper) would be great.

  49. It definitely needs better widgets, as at the moment the two available aren’t a patch on what you could chose from GR.

  50. And it’s not like it’s useful for me, since I use webOS. Guess I’ll have to wait for someone to port over to Normandy.

  51. Did you remove the article sweep in the browser? That’s one of the features I like most about feedly and that gives feedly its smoothness: while reading an article, whether the excerpt, or in the browser, sweeping left brings you the next article.

    No longer works in the browser! Why do you guys keep breaking stuff with each new release?

    (I checked the options, there is on called Article Sweep, with answers Yes(no in browser)/Yes/No. You would expect the plain Yes to always allow sweep, also in the browser, but alas.)

    1. Shocker.
      @feedly took the best part away…
      Give us back the article swipe & pull up to close in built-in browser!!!

  52. When posting to Google+ it posts as limited not sure if I have to do something special to post to public or if this is an issue with the app.

  53. Reading these actively hostile and needy and gripey folks sound off in the comments section reminds me of the value of not having comments turned on.

    Thank you guys for doing the hard work of providing a free RSS aggregation and discovery service for free, even if a vocal minority are assholes to you.

    1. I am not asking them to do it for free.

      I have been using feedly for many years, and they always manage to take away features you’ve come to depend on. It is really annoying.

      Luckily they are still the best rss reader out there. But if they could offer a stable product, I would be *really* ecstatic.

  54. When will be an Starred Items options like Google Reader? And when will be possible to see my starred items in Feedly? Any way to move it?

  55. 2 things that would make Feedly much more of an alternative to Reader for me. I am an iPad user, and do most of my RSS reading on my iPad. The list view on the iPad in the new version changes formatting too often. i want the same formatting on every page, not some with magazine layout and different pages as different formats. If it is a list view it needs to be just a list view and not changing all the time, and the ipad version does not do this.

    Second a way to share with Pinboard would be great, since I moved my starred items from Google Reader to Pinboard.

    Thanks. Looking pretty good so far, just a few tweaks and this could replace reader for me.

  56. I’m still getting some categories with a first page magazine view even if I select list view. Is this the normal behavior?

  57. I really like the new Feedly. I’ve used it on my Android and I find it to be much faster and it has not locked up yet, as my previous version did all the time. Thanks, Feedly!

  58. What I miss the most from Google Reader is the possibility of sending via your e-mail the articles for any other e-mail. That was great.
    I know it was easier with Google Reader because of Gmail, but can’t Feedly find a way to replace it? pleeeeease
    I love so much to share some of the things I read with other people, but not through G+ or Facebook or whatever, but through e-mail. It was amazing on GR.

    Please Feedly please.

  59. Guys, can’t you add the button ‘save for later’ in the end of each article? Sometimes it’s too big and then we have to go back to the beggining to save it. Btw, is it supposed to be the ‘favorite’ button? Or when are you going to add one??

  60. Is there a way to view in the picture view (magazine), without the annoying full page images? I like having a little image next to my articles, but those full page magazine-esque ones are annoying.

  61. Have you got plans to have an unread (feeds) badge count?

    I’m still relying on my Google Reader to tell me when there are new articles that have come up on my feeds.

  62. Just updated the iOS app. Seems to have lost the Today tab… Loved the way you could browse all articles, grouped per feed. I can still select it as the default tab, but it reverts to All instead. Somerhing wrong here?

  63. It’s very cool… don’t worry about all the people saying “that was the main feature about Google Reader”… I’m a GReader transfer myself, and really appreciate all the work done to make it easier for us.

    At the same time, I miss things that made feedly different… details, like the duotone backgrounds. It was cool, modern, and didn’t hurt readability. It’s a detail, but an example of things that were cooler than GReader: Although I loved reader, Feedly does have quite a bunch of features that were nicer!

    I do understand, though, that there is a need to accomodate as many users as possible, which is why I used a CSS plugin to custom-style my feedly, and have my 2-color fading background back :)

  64. I lost the “today” tab as well the moment I updated the app… What can I do to get it back? Please solve this problem the app is unusable

  65. Oh also a ‘follow this blog with Feedly’ button to put on blog sidebar would be good.

  66. The iOS app is still terrible at refreshing feeds even after the update. Feed categories that I know have articles are still showing “none” 12 hours later and no button for a manual refresh. Only way I’ve found to force a refresh is to force kill the app and start it up again.

  67. I would prefer to see the “All unread” filter on main page instead of just “All”

  68. You will win me over from Newsify (iOS) if you implement offline caching. Specifically because my device doesn’t have a cell connection. I use it daily on my train commute. Awesomesauce so far though! Gorgeous app..

  69. Hello,

    I use JustReader on Android. Although it’s not visually appealing as Feedly, it does a great job syncing with Google Reader and, what it does wonderfully well: download content for offline reading, with flexible globar/per-feed configurations and connection/power states.

    I installed Feedly a week or two ago, but was extremely disappointed as once I was on the street I found that Feedly doesn’t store any content for offline reading.

    Is offline reading in your plans?

  70. I’d love to cast some votes but every time.. signed in via FB or G+, I just get “We couldn’t submit your vote at this time.”

  71. I like the various sharing functions. But am I missing something or is there no “email” sharing function? Just the basics please.

  72. Press and hold to “Save for later” sucks. First, it takes too long time. Second, it’s almost impossible to avoid scrolling instead. It should be a swipe gesture instead.

  73. On my galaxy tab 2 I just downloaded Feedly and I don’t have the TODAY tab on the pullout that comes from the left. I have gone to the settings and reinstalled Feedly but nothing has added the TODAY tab. I have the All tab where all my feeds are jumbled. Anybhelp is greatly appreciate d.

  74. Love feedly as a place to aggregate my rss AND podcasts. One question I have for you guys is do you have any plans for integrating podcast playback in the background (a la Spotify)? Use this as my main podcast listener and it’s annoying that I can’t even read other articles on feedly while I’m listening. Thanks guys!

  75. Notice that Feedly doesn’t respond to your Windows Phone questions? They admittedly do not like windows (read the blogs), so I wouldn’t expect them to do anything for Windows Phone users. Sad, really.

  76. strange, are you guys anti microsoft, there is no mention of IE9 nor any information on Windowsphone app?? there is a big windowsphone family out there!!

  77. Why, on both my iPhone and iPad, when I select “sans serif font” in the advanced settings, does it still use a serif font to display the article text? I have chosen a sans serif font (or have even tried explicitly selecting helvetica) for accessibility reasons. Reading a serif font for too long triggers a migraine (and.or my migraine-like multiple sclerosis symptoms), for me. Please fix this!

      1. This was just a stupid reply. Don’t post if you have nothing to add to the convo.

  78. sorry for my bad english :(
    why my feedly application (android ) version 14 have broken farsi fonts and error ??
    this screenshot :

  79. To me the update is not an improvement. I found it essential to be able to search my own feeds. Now I cannot and I am very disappointed. Please put back this function!!

  80. – Is there a way to undo “Mark As Read” or
    b) double check this before marking all as Unread
    c) Disable “Mark As Read”
    There is no way to “mark as unread” the “marked as read” articles.

  81. For Productive reading, can you add “Save for later” instead of “must read” and “today”?

    Also, organizing any uncategorized feeds through the app is not intuitive (if even possible).

    Looking forward to how this evolves post-Reader! Thanks for all you are doing!

  82. Feedly never loads up on my iPad after updating to version 14.0 …. I figured it might matter that I’m in China.
    Is there going to be a fix on this or it’s just me?

  83. What is your guys revenue model? Taking on an extra 3 million users for free must cost a a buk or two, how are you funding it?

  84. I don’t know if I am just using the app improperly, but I’m experiencing a bug ever since the update. When I read an item or swipe it to mark it as read, then refresh “all items” (my most common way of reading), the item still shows up as unread. What’s going on?

  85. If I just log in to Feedly using the browser extension and my Google account does it save all rss feeds from Google Reader? Now I see they’re synchronized but when Reader will be gone will they still be here?

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  87. My Google plus share button doesn’t work on feedly for chrome. Is there a reason because I need it!

  88. Right now Feedly is syncing RSS from Google, what will happen when Google disables Reader service, will all my RSS be left on Feedly server?
    I noticed when i update or add new RSS in Google it will show up in Feedly

    1. Actually, let me ask a follow-up question. I also imported my feeds from Google Reader, and Feedly appears to be syncing read/un-read with Google. When Google Reader goes away, what happens to read/un-read? Will Feedly keep track? Will I need to re-enter my feeds natively, as opposed to the imported feeds from Google?

      Also, +1 on offline reading capabilities!

      Keep up the great work!

  89. hi, Thanks for such a beautiful and a lot better way to browse feeds. Any plans to lend support to Internet Explorer? Pls let me know.

  90. When is the windows phone app coming out? please do that before greader shuts down

  91. Thanks for the updates. Two options that users are actively looking for and may help you broder your horizons significantly –
    1. Introducing Feedly app in the AppStore for Macbook users
    2. Introducing Evernote compatibility
    I bet these two will be huge hits and hope you’ll thank me for that :)

  92. Здравствуйте, такой вопрос к вам. Почему в феедлы так медленно обновляется лента новостей? Пользуюсь одновременно двумя ридерами, и первый загружает 100 новостей а ваш ридер 10. У обоих авторизация через гугл ридер. За ночь первый ридер добавил 500 новостей а ваш 100? Мне очень нравится ваш ридер, хочу на него перейти основательно(гугл транслит)

  93. Hi, a question for you. Why so slow in feedly updated news feed? I use two readers simultaneously, and the first 100 loads of news and your reader 10. Both authorization via Google Reader. During the night the first reader added 500 news and your 100? I really like your reader, I want to start using it thoroughly (Google transliteration)

  94. I’m using the iphone app. Add content has been working before but not now. WHY?

    1. I’m having the same problem. When i press the “plus” button it says on the top “[Hint] Add from my feedly” and if I click in this message in the top it says “On the firts card”, but no content is added.
      I’m new in feedly, but i really don’t know what I have to do to add content from iPhone. Until now I can just add contents from my PC browser.
      Any help?

  95. How can I use Feedly on Chrome on Firefox without your extension “needs to access all of your web browsing data”? Why would I want Feedly to peek into my bank statements?

    1. That was exactly what I was trying to figure out today. And it seems the old web version of feedly is not available anymore. Which practically means I won’t be switching. :(

      1. What I am doing is to use a completely different browser (chromium instead of chrome), and a different user login. I use this browser only for feedly. That way I will be sure it won’t get its hands on any of my data ..

  96. I have enrolled in Feedly, but it does not work, i.e., none of my Google Reader subscriptions were imported, as promised by Feedly. I have sent this problem to Feedly, but no response. I have IE 10.0.9200. I guess that this should be easier and actually work. Can anyone help.

  97. Pretty and all, but I use Currents instead just because of Offline reading, and this feature is free. I travel to work by train/tube mostly, and my area is not really 3G friendly…So I upload everything in the morning with wifi, and read what I want in the train….OFFLINE READING ftw!!!!!

  98. everything was working great, then tried to install the update and now i can’t access my account at all. what should i do now?

  99. Currently Feedly is pretty much useless to me, since I read on the train where I don’t have any internet signal. Currently I use NewsRob on Android, which downloads feeds to my phone in the background when I have signal, for reading later. Whenever I boot up Feedly it immediately looks for the internet and will do nothing without a connection. Essentially, it’s pointless for mobile devices.

  100. Hi feedly!

    We need a web based mobile version.
    Many people don’t like the app ( you know each app for One task )
    We use safari to check mail
    Browse web and read rss
    Any tips to access web version from mobile phone ?

  101. Hi, just a friendly note: a while ago, when I first visited the main page, I saw the text “More than 3,000,000 Google Reader users have
    switched to feedly”, and clicked on the link expecting to find information about how to switch from Google Reader. But this page doesn’t really contain that information, and I couldn’t find any other mention of Google Reader, so I got sort of confused and left the site without investigating it further.

    Now I’m back and I’ve realised that switching from Google Reader is very easy – but for the sake of not confusing further visitors it might be worth reevaluating that text on the main page.

  102. I’m sorry, but without notifications of feed updates on Android I can’t use this app. Seems like it shouldn’t be hard to do given it’s a native application. Focus more on function and less on swish menus.

  103. Wow. The mobile app is really bad. I follow RSS feeds in order to read Web sites. On the Web. Trapping me inside the app in order to read Web content is a terribly idea. Blocking me from using a mobile browser is a terrible idea. Feedly is really nice in a desktop browser, but if the only mobile option is some restrictive app then need to look elsewhere.

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