Boards, Notes, and Highlights on Mobile

We just released a new version of the Feedly Mobile application for both iOS and Android. You can download them for free from the App Store and Google Play Store.

Here is a quick overview of the new features included in this release.

New Richer Cards

We enhanced the design of the card view. The new design is more readable and more modular. It allows us to surface notes and highlights when needed.

The modular design creates a uniform experience

New Notes Feature

If you are on a Feedly Pro or Teams plan, you can create notes to capture your thoughts and enrich articles with unique insights. Mention your friends and teammates by email to quickly share articles (along with your notes and highlights).

Enrich articles with your insights

New Highlights Feature

If you are part of the Pro or Teams plan, you can also highlight important passages that you want to come back to later. Share those passages with friends and teammates.

Press and drag to select the important text, then tap Highlight

New Team Boards section

If you are part of a Teams plan, you will see a new Team Boards section in the left navigation menu. This new section allows you to quickly access all the articles saved by your teammates across all the Team Boards you follow.

Your Personal Boards are listed on top of your Team Feeds and Boards

New iOS and Android Share Extensions

On both iOS and Android—from any app or mobile browser—our Save to Board extension gives you the option to save articles to your Feedly Boards (Personal or Team).

Open your phone’s share options and select the Feedly “Save to Board” extension

One More Thing: Faster Feed Search

We redesigned the feed search experience so that you get faster and more relevant auto-completion and a broader set of topic suggestions. Finding the sources you want to follow is now faster and more relevant than before.

Mobile search returns a greater breadth of topics and sources

 Bug fixes

We also took advantage of this new build to fix some bugs:

  • We changed the Buffer integration to avoid the crashes caused by the old SDK
  • For Android users, the share with email option now includes the URL of the article being shared

We look forward to seeing what the community does with Boards, Notes and Highlights on mobile. If you have questions, please leave a comment and we will be happy to answer them.

Feeling Mobile?Download the latest Feedly mobile and test drive these new features

Boards, Notes, and Highlights on Mobile

We just released a new version of the Feedly Mobile application for both iOS and Android. You can download them for free from the App Store and Google Play Store.

Here is a quick overview of the new features included in this release.

New Richer Cards

We enhanced the design of the card view. The new design is more readable and more modular. It allows us to surface notes and highlights when needed.

The modular design creates a uniform experience

New Notes Feature

If you are on a Feedly Pro or Teams plan, you can create notes to capture your thoughts and enrich articles with unique insights. Mention your friends and teammates by email to quickly share articles (along with your notes and highlights).

Enrich articles with your insights

New Highlights Feature

If you are part of the Pro or Teams plan, you can also highlight important passages that you want to come back to later. Share those passages with friends and teammates.

Press and drag to select the important text, then tap Highlight

New Team Boards section

If you are part of a Teams plan, you will see a new Team Boards section in the left navigation menu. This new section allows you to quickly access all the articles saved by your teammates across all the Team Boards you follow.

Your Personal Boards are listed on top of your Team Feeds and Boards

New iOS and Android Share Extensions

On both iOS and Android—from any app or mobile browser—our Save to Board extension gives you the option to save articles to your Feedly Boards (Personal or Team).

Open your phone’s share options and select the Feedly “Save to Board” extension

One More Thing: Faster Feed Search

We redesigned the feed search experience so that you get faster and more relevant auto-completion and a broader set of topic suggestions. Finding the sources you want to follow is now faster and more relevant than before.

Mobile search returns a greater breadth of topics and sources

 Bug fixes

We also took advantage of this new build to fix some bugs:

  • We changed the Buffer integration to avoid the crashes caused by the old SDK
  • For Android users, the share with email option now includes the URL of the article being shared

We look forward to seeing what the community does with Boards, Notes and Highlights on mobile. If you have questions, please leave a comment and we will be happy to answer them.

Feeling Mobile?Download the latest Feedly mobile and test drive these new features

Announcing the New Feedly Mobile

Today, we are very excited to announce a brand new version of Feedly Mobile, centered around search and discovery, productive reading and better sharing.

It is available now on:
iPhone
iPad
iPod touch
Android Phone
Android Tablet
Firefox
Chrome
Safari

We’ve had two crazy, wonderful weeks at Feedly. Over 3 million new users have joined Feedly since the announcement of the retirement of Google Reader. We are thankful that so many Reader refugees have chosen Feedly for their new home, and are adding hardware as quickly as we can to make that transition as seamless as possible.

feedy

All-new search and discovery engine

Introducing a completely new way to search and discover feeds. Our new feed search engine is amazingly fast, and brings over 50 million feeds to your fingertips. No other news reader comes even close to offering this breadth of choice.

The smart topic completion feature enables a truly intuitive search and discovery experience. The new search algorithm leverages millions of interactions from the Feedly community, helping you find the best feeds on the web. There are already millions of people using Feedly, and more and more joining every day. The more you use Feedly to search, categorize and follow your favorite feeds, the better our search and discovery will become.

Feedly New Search

Productive reading

To make sure you never miss updates from your most important feeds, we have added a feature called “Must Reads”. New posts from the feeds that you promote as “must read”, will bubble up to the top of the feed selection panel and in the “Today” section.

We have also added a pull to refresh gesture to the feed selection panel so that you can always easily get to the latest content available.

Finally, we added a new title only view to make scanning of headlines more efficient.

Productive Reading

Fast and easy sharing

The redesigned sharing panel makes sharing and saving articles to read later, easier than ever. We have added support for Google+, and settings that let you select which saving and sharing option should have a shortcut on your main toolbar. Google+, Pocket and Buffer users will appreciate the direct access to their favorite tools.

Sharing

We would like to thank all the users who have provided invaluable feedback through the UserVoice support forum. We would also like to thank the 500+ people who have participated in the Android private beta over the last 10 weeks. Their feedback and bug reports were key in helping us to get to the release finish line. Last but not least, we would like to thank Anthony Casalena, Founder and CEO of Squarespace, for providing us with such great insight over the last three months on how to make Feedly a better reader. His feedback was the inspiration for a lot of the productivity features we are delivering in this update.

The feedback we collected during the private beta was the best we have received since the first release of Feedly Mobile and we can’t wait to see how this update resonates with the rest of the community.

Please let us know what you think!

All the best,

Your Feedly Team

Announcing the New Feedly Mobile

Today, we are very excited to announce a brand new version of Feedly Mobile, centered around search and discovery, productive reading and better sharing.

It is available now on:
iPhone
iPad
iPod touch
Android Phone
Android Tablet
Firefox
Chrome
Safari

We’ve had two crazy, wonderful weeks at Feedly. Over 3 million new users have joined Feedly since the announcement of the retirement of Google Reader. We are thankful that so many Reader refugees have chosen Feedly for their new home, and are adding hardware as quickly as we can to make that transition as seamless as possible.

feedy

All-new search and discovery engine

Introducing a completely new way to search and discover feeds. Our new feed search engine is amazingly fast, and brings over 50 million feeds to your fingertips. No other news reader comes even close to offering this breadth of choice.

The smart topic completion feature enables a truly intuitive search and discovery experience. The new search algorithm leverages millions of interactions from the Feedly community, helping you find the best feeds on the web. There are already millions of people using Feedly, and more and more joining every day. The more you use Feedly to search, categorize and follow your favorite feeds, the better our search and discovery will become.

Feedly New Search

Productive reading

To make sure you never miss updates from your most important feeds, we have added a feature called “Must Reads”. New posts from the feeds that you promote as “must read”, will bubble up to the top of the feed selection panel and in the “Today” section.

We have also added a pull to refresh gesture to the feed selection panel so that you can always easily get to the latest content available.

Finally, we added a new title only view to make scanning of headlines more efficient.

Productive Reading

Fast and easy sharing

The redesigned sharing panel makes sharing and saving articles to read later, easier than ever. We have added support for Google+, and settings that let you select which saving and sharing option should have a shortcut on your main toolbar. Google+, Pocket and Buffer users will appreciate the direct access to their favorite tools.

Sharing

We would like to thank all the users who have provided invaluable feedback through the UserVoice support forum. We would also like to thank the 500+ people who have participated in the Android private beta over the last 10 weeks. Their feedback and bug reports were key in helping us to get to the release finish line. Last but not least, we would like to thank Anthony Casalena, Founder and CEO of Squarespace, for providing us with such great insight over the last three months on how to make Feedly a better reader. His feedback was the inspiration for a lot of the productivity features we are delivering in this update.

The feedback we collected during the private beta was the best we have received since the first release of Feedly Mobile and we can’t wait to see how this update resonates with the rest of the community.

Please let us know what you think!

All the best,

Your Feedly Team

The New Feedly Mobile – iOS and Android

We just released a new version of feedly for iOS and Android. New look, richer personalization and simpler navigation are at the heart of this release.

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It available now and continues to be free:
Apple App Store
Google Play Store

Special thanks to all the beta testers who have been working behind the scenes over the last three months to help polish the experience. We love you for all insight and suggestions you provided.

[Update] We are working on a couple of priority 0 issues reported over the last couple of days:

Issue #1: if you use Google 2-factor authentication, then you will need to create an application specific password to be able to login to feedly. Feedly will remember it. We are working on using OAuth2 to avoid this in the next release.

Issue #2: The application crashes on iOS 4.x. The work around is to upgrade to iOS 5.1. If that is not an option, we will have a build out within the next 10 days which addresses this issue.

If you run into an issue, we are here to help:  log an issue

The New Feedly Mobile – iOS and Android

We just released a new version of feedly for iOS and Android. New look, richer personalization and simpler navigation are at the heart of this release.

[vimeo 49048256 w=754]


It available now and continues to be free:
Apple App Store
Google Play Store

Special thanks to all the beta testers who have been working behind the scenes over the last three months to help polish the experience. We love you for all insight and suggestions you provided.

[Update] We are working on a couple of priority 0 issues reported over the last couple of days:

Issue #1: if you use Google 2-factor authentication, then you will need to create an application specific password to be able to login to feedly. Feedly will remember it. We are working on using OAuth2 to avoid this in the next release.

Issue #2: The application crashes on iOS 4.x. The work around is to upgrade to iOS 5.1. If that is not an option, we will have a build out within the next 10 days which addresses this issue.

If you run into an issue, we are here to help:  log an issue