Last updated: October 25, 2016 at 8:03 am
Feedly is an RSS reader that lets you organise, read and share the content of your favourite sites. It is now the only dedicated feed reader on the list
Cost: Free and premium versions
You can add content – i.e subscribe to RSS blog or web feeds – by entering a URL, title or topic.
You can store and read all your subscriptions (i.e. RSS feeds) in one place – and view all subscriptions (or just those with unread posts). You view all the unread posts in a feed in a variety of different formats. (The screenshot below shows the Card view.)
You can view a post in more detail.
You can save the post (e.g. in Evernote, Pocket etc – using icons on the top left of the post) and/or share the post in social media sites (e.g. Twitter, Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn etc – using the icons on the top right)
You can control a number of other preferences to enhance your reading experience, e.g. display density, source index and index link as well as the colour theme.
Guides & Resources
- Feedly Guided Tour
- How to use Feedly, LiveandSocial, March 2014
- Unofficial guide to Feedly: better than Google Reader, MakeUseOf