Features

  • 3 Pane view with multiple themes (Creamsicle, Bubblegum, Classic, and Midnight)
  • Common actions such as mark read / unread, star / unstar, and mark all read
  • Some advanced features such as add / rename / remove feed / rename folder
  • Full screen / portrait / snap UI
  • Live tile, share source
  • Expand/collapse folders
  • OAuth Feedly/Google login
  • 3 text sizes to assist reading
  • Web view (experimental) for feeds with little/no content
  • Sort by newest or oldest
  • View unread only or all items.

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1 stars out of 5
· 10/14/2015
Memory Hog

I was trying to figure out why my system slowed down so much, using Task Manager I noticed it hogged over 6 GB of RAM and didn't display a single thing yet.

2 stars out of 5
· 9/7/2014
Meh

Undistinguished feebly reader. I guess if you like orange you might go up a star. Veen and Readiy might be better options otherwise.

2 stars out of 5
· 2/28/2014
Latest update killed it for me

This was a very good reader up until the latest update. It now crashes almost immediately upon startup. I tried contacting support with my issue, but after two days, I haven't gotten a reply to my e-mail. Looking for a replacement now. If it works for you, use it. If not, tough luck?

2 stars out of 5
· 2/28/2014
It was pretty good while it was working...

... but now it just loads up its splash screen and then crashes. Have to find another RSS reader.

1 stars out of 5
· 8/20/2015
Unusable

When I add my Reddit inbox feed, the app hangs permanently and starts chewing up all my memory; it got up to about 4GB before I killed it. Unusable as-is.

3 stars out of 5
· 5/18/2014
Web view broken

Looks like a good app, but the web view (which I use in order to see and post comments on various blogs I follow) is broken. Instead of a web page it shows only a small square in the top left corner of the web view pane, within which is the web page is displayed. Could it be a bug for Hi DPI laptops? Another suggestion -I don't think there's a need to show the name of the feed in every single item in the second pane. I can see which feed I'm reading in the first pane. A headline is enough. Showing both the feed source and the article title in every single item makes it much less readable. Otherwise it looks like a really good app!

1 stars out of 5
· 2/25/2014
No longer functional?

I used this app everyday, but it seems this recent update has broken it completely... It now crashes as soon as my feeds finish loading, occasionally it gives me a few second's glance, but short after crashes again. I hope that the developer becomes aware of this issue and fixes it promptly or at least rollback to a previous version temporarily. If this issue isn't fixed in a few days, I will miss this app...

4 stars out of 5
· 2/9/2014
no images

it needs to include article images

4 stars out of 5
· 1/17/2014
Great reader app, but needs improvement

There is no option to go up one level if one switched from landscape to portrait mode. Also, the app would be more intuitive if it was dual pane and modeled like greader on android. Readability or couch functionality would be great. Anyway, I look forward to seeing this app grow.

5 stars out of 5
· 12/20/2013
Great - most like the Google Reader web app

I've tried a lot of Feedly readers and this is the only one I like. It works mostly closely to the old Google Reader web interface. Really the only bug I've noticed is that the category sort order is alphabetical instead of picking up the Feedly order. Great work.


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