Thursday, 20 June 2013

Feedly getting ready to celebrate the Google Reader retirement!

July 1, Google Reader, the most popular RSS reader used by many apps will stop working. Feedly, with a replacement solution is particularly very active in recent months and has just finalized its cloud and put online a web app. Last week, the iOS app inaugurated Feedly cloud infrastructure that allows the house to totally get rid of Google Reader. This time, Feedly cloud is finalized and available to all users. The company says that its infrastructure already covers more than 25 million RSS feeds and billions of items per day.

 A dozen sites and applications support API Feedly or are about to do: - IFTT, which lets you create shares between different services; - Newsify an RSS reader on iOS; - Sprout Social, a marketing tool monitoring; - NextGen Reader and Menere, feed readers for Windows Phone and Windows; - 10 gNewsReader BlackBerry and Symbian / Meego; - And finally, Press and Pure News Widget on Android. And more… Feedly now works in the browser without the need to install an extension. The interface is very neat and should easily convince users of Google Reader. Connecting to Feedly is always with his Google account. No worries, however, to have its cash, Feedly transferred onto its infrastructure the famous Feedly cloud. The service says it will always continue to use Google authentication passed on July 1, and it will add support connections via Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and LinkedIn.

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