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Back in march, Google announced the death of its popular Google reader, passing on to alternative the next big noise was potentially created by Feedly. Initially Feedly was a client application for using Google reader, but with the demise of that service, Feedly has become a standalone RSS product. Feedly is much laid out the same as Google Reader, with a basic feed view taking up a majority of the screen and flanked by a content table on the left.

Feedly is the best way to approach your favorite website with organized read and content sharing.

When you click over to Feedly, it should prompt you to log in using your Google Reader information.


Feedly migrates all your Google reader subscriptions automatically, thus all your favorite websites feed will continue to tag you.

To subscribe all your cool feeds, Feedly has given a full list of tags appears on the right side of the screen. You can also sort what appears in your main feed using the tags you assign in Feedly.


You can categories all your favorite very similar to Google reader and you can preview the post just by click on it


The best thing about Feedly is you can tweet, post in Facebook, +1 and share in LinkedIn, it covers popular social media sites directly from the feeds.


Google Reader’s “Starred Item” feature was transformed here as “Save for later” button on the left hand side. This feature is really helpful for referring the same post in future, the saved post appers under the “Saved” category.

Save_postFeedly also has android and ISO mobile app which is extremely easy to use.


Feedly Cloud is another cool thing about Feedly, it provide a fast and scalable infrastructure to seamlessly replace Google Reader. Feedly announced nine applications built on Feedly cloud, that allow you to expand your Feedly experience.

IFTTT is a service that lets you create powerful connections with one simple statement — if this then that. With the IFTTT Feedly channel, you can connect your feedly account to 63 other services including Evernote, Google Drive, Gmail, Pocket, Instapaper, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, WordPress, etc..

Sprout Social is a social media management platform that offers engagement, publishing and analytics tools for businesses. Sprout enables you to more effectively manage social channels and provide an exceptional customer experience from your browser, iOS and Android devices. You can connect your Feedly account to begin reading and posting content to your community directly from Sprout Social.

Nextgen Reader for Windows 8 and Windows Phone, is a fast, clean and beautiful reader app inspired from Metro UI and packed with powerful features. It’s the best way to read your feedly on your Microsoft powered devices.

gNewsReader for BlackBerry 10 and for Symbian/MeeGo are two elegant and versatile readers providing full feedly support for BlackBerry and Symbian devices.

Press is a wonderful reader for Android that is all about the reading experience. It’s designed with the purpose of making your news easier to read. Also providing full offline support.

gReader is a simple, fast and intuitive reader for Android, featuring beautiful themes, podcast support and full offline support. With gReader, keeping up with your favorite websites is as easy as checking your email.

Newsify is an awesome reader for iPhone or iPad, with an amazing newspaper-like layout. It supports offline reading including image caching, and the use of multiple feedly accounts.

Pure News Widget is a scrollable and actionable reader widget for Android, with multiples skins.

Menere is a Windows Desktop client to Feedly showing all items, filters them by read state, feed label and content and brings Snarl notifications.

Now you may ramble around the site to know more about Feedly.

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