January 19, 2014
The popular Web content aggregation app Feedly has just received a major update. The latest update to Feedly is said to introduce a "spotlight feature" in the form of "speed reading." While the term might suggest functionality that's similar to that of such apps as ReadQuick, Velocity, and Outread, speed reading in the case of Feedly actually refers to little else than quick navigation. Specifically, Feedly's so-called speed reading feature lets you quickly switch from one article to the next by simply tapping the edge of the screen. The new Feedly update also introduces a new "Mark all as read" card with reading stats, including the number of articles skimmed, read, and saved. Moreover, the update brings some design tweaks for iPad, faster image processing, and crash fixes. It's also said to add a new night theme, even though Feedly has long offered an option to switch between the default day theme and the dark-background night theme. The new version of Feedly is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS iOS 4.3 or later. Feedly was updated with a new design for iOS 7, along with other improvements, late last October. Launched by DevHD on iOS in November 2010, Feedly became one of the most popular choices for "feed reader refugees" following the shutdown of Google Reader early last July.
Feedly Reader. Blogs, News, RSS and Youtube.
ReadQuick - Speed Reader for iOS
Velocity – Speed Reader
Outread – Speed Reader