Third-party apps able to use Feedly cloud service for RSS feeds
Feedly, the RSS app that climbed to fame after Google Reader shut its doors, is opening its API to other developers. The move, which brings Feedly closer to Google Reader in terms of being a platform rather than an RSS reading app, will allow for third-party developers to access its API and use Feedly's servers as a backbone for their own apps.
HTTPS, Pocket support come to regular Feedly
Feedly has opened up general access to Feedly Pro, a paid, more advanced version of its RSS service. Upgrading to Pro incorporates functions like search, Evernote integration, and "premium" customer support. Feedly is promising that other features will be added regularly. Choosing the Pro option costs $5 per month, or $45 per year.
Monthly charge for RSS reader includes lifetime subscription option
RSS reader Feedly is introducing a paid version of its service to its users. The Google Reader replacement has added in a number of enhancements to its premium service, with priority technical support in the Pro edition being accompanied by integration with Evernote, and the ability to search within RSS feeds for specific articles.
Users able to pull data via Google Takeout for next two weeks
Google has closed its RSS reading service, Google Reader, after eight years of operation. The shutdown, announced four months ago as part of a wider "spring cleaning effort," now forces users of the web app to sign up with another service, with some alternative RSS collection sites reporting large changes in traffic.
Google Reader exodus causes service to use 10 times the bandwidth
Web-based RSS reader service Feedly has seen a large wave of users jump onboard, just days after Google's announcement. Half a million users have signed up for the service within 48 hours of the search giant saying it would close down Google Reader on July 1st, something which is making the RSS startup use ten times the bandwidth of what it used before the announcement.