Feedly

  • Good Riddance, Google Reader

    Good Riddance, Google Reader

    Google Reader turned into a zombie a long time ago and it’s good that Google finally killed it. For years, Google Reader has been sitting on Google’s servers without any appreciable updates. Sure, it got a bit of a facelift in 2011, but it only lost functionality since Google decided to rip out its social features in an effort to drive people to Google+. Its core features… Read More

  • With A Major Redesign On Mobile, Feedly Becomes A Social News Magazine

    With A Major Redesign On Mobile, Feedly Becomes A Social News Magazine

    Feedly, as its name implies, is a service that started out as a better way for users to read their RSS feeds. But RSS never caught on in the mainstream, although it powers many of the social news-reading platforms we now use, such as Flipboard and Pulse. Today, Feedly is taking a big step toward joining the “in” crowd of magazine-style applications, with a dramatic redesign of… Read More

  • Feedly Adds New Ways To Explore The Blogosphere

    I find myself relying on traditional feed readers less and less these days (stream readers like TweetDeck and Seesmic have replaced them as an hourly habit). But when I do look at my feeds, I like to look at them through Feedly, which presents the stories in a visually appealing, magazine-like layout. Feedly is a Firefox plug-in that lets you import all of your blog and news feeds from… Read More