Review: Feedly for Android – Save things to read later
Hey Guys, nice to be back in another post of An App, a Day. Today I am going to share about an app called Feedly. Many of you would be using it and many not. This is an amazing application if you are a constant reader of blogs of your own interests. It will help you to organize posts of your interest and also save it for later.
You can have all your favourite websites in a single place. Its a RSS feed reader redesigned for mobile devices (Android). When you run feedly on a phone and on a tablet, the configuration will automatically syncs between both devices.
The Feedly app helps you to add your favourite sites to the app and view them in an organized way. Feedly makes sharing content on twitter, facebook and google+ very simple, either directly or using Buffer. Feedly also integrates with Pocket, Instapaper and Evernote.
You can search using the search icon at the top right of the screen. On Clicking the Search icon, a tray pops from the right showing you the list of genres and suggestions. You can chose among them or you can search on your own by typing above.
When you connect to feedly through your social network account, Feedly would access your public profile and friend list. Also in case of facebook, the application synchronizes Calender and Facebook.
But always remember, without adding your social network account, Feedly is a dead man, Sliding across the screen will lead us to the next or previous application.
My opinion : Its a wonderful application. UX is fantabulous.
See You guys soon.