Feedly Gets New Interface, New Ways To Read And Share With Friends

iOS/Android: Feedly, one of our favourite news aggregators, has completely overhauled its mobile apps with a brand new interface. It also has new ways to discover stories of interest to you and faster options for sharing news with friends.

Feedly has always been a fast, sharp-looking way to browse the latest articles from your favourite blogs and news sites, but today's update adds a new "categories" pane where you can switch from topic to topic quickly. It also integrates with Pocket and Instapaper so you can save articles for later, there are theme and font selections, and you can even see how popular a given article is on Facebook or Twitter. Plus, the new UI is simply gorgeous, offering a very Flipboard-like layout that's fast and fun to use.

As always, your Feedly articles and data are saved and synced across all of your devices, and you have total control over which feeds you read and which topics bubble to the top of your reading list. Feedly is available on mobile devices and as a browser add-on for Firefox, Chrome and Safari. The new mobile apps are available now in the iTunes App Store and at Google Play.

Feedly (Free) [Google Play] Feedly (Free) [iTunes App Store]


    While we're on the subject of RSS, I don't suppose Lifehacker AU/ Gizmodo AU could update their RSS feeds to display whole articles, rather than summaries?

    Just downloaded and tested out Feedly bc of this recommendation; you should be aware that the default Bit.ly account is logged into their "Feedly" username with API key. I'm not sure of this is malicious or not; but I'm not comfortable with an App that stores and logs which items I share via that service.

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