Feedly for Android, the alternative to Google Reader which disappear on July 1, is updated to version 14.0.9, with many improvements and new features like the new widget, better YouTube integration, new explore panel, faster and performance, bug fixes and more.
Feedly is a new way to browse the content of your favorite sites, rss feeds, tumblr blogs and youtube channels. Instead of having to hunt down for information, feedly uses RSS to aggregate the contents of the news sites and blogs you like and deliver them as a fast mobile-optimized experience.
Feedly is an RSS news reader re-imagined for android phones and tablets. It makes browsing faster: the content of your rss feeds and blogs are transformed into pocket-sized cards which load very fast and are easy to browse.
The feedly UI is custom tailored for a 4″ phone, a 7″ tablet and a 10″ tablet. If you run feedly on a tablet, you will get an experience which is very close to a personalized magazine: a really fun way to track and read your favorite blogs.
When you run feedly on a phone and on a tablet, the configuration will automatically syncs between both devices.
Feedly also offers two way sync with Google Reader: articles your read in feedly are automatically marked as read in Google Reader. Articles you save for later in feedly are automatically starred in Google Reader. RSS feeds you add to feedly are automatically added to Google Reader.
Feedly makes sharing content on twitter, facebook and google+ very simple, either directly or using Buffer.
Feedly for Android in action:
Changelog Feedly for Android v14.0.9:
- A faster and more intuitive vertical transition model.
- Brand new widget.
- New layouts for Samsung Galaxy, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.
- Better control over the list, magazine and mosaic views.
- Better youtube integration.
- New explore panel.
- Bug fixes.
Feedly for Android is available for free on Google Play.
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