Tag Archives: Feedly

Today’s Tech – Aug 27

[vimeo https://vimeo.com/131745381] Scanner Pro [iOS – $2.99] now includes a manual scanning mode to make edge adjustments after scanning. You can also upload your scanned documents as JPEG files or as multi-page PDFs. Pocket just announced a new feature called Recommendations.  Tap the Reocmmendations tab and you’ll find a personalized selection of recommended content based on the […]

Digi-Know . . . Feedly Backups

Feedly Pro users can backup their saved articles, tagged articles and OPML file to their Dropbox account. Go to the very bottom of the Preferences screen to set it up. What’s an OPML file? That’s the list of all the sites and sources you’ve subscribed to in Feedly. It’s the easiest way to move from […]

You can now export your Feedly subscription list

It still needs some work, but Feedly now gives you the ability to export your subscription list as an OPML file. Details via The Digital Reader.

Tips & Tricks for Feedly RSS Reader

This Feedly Guide from Digital Inspirations offers several very good tips to help you get comfortable with the platform and make the most of its features. Feedly offers every single feature that you would expect in an RSS Reader and it has well-built apps for the two most popular mobile platforms – iOS and Android. […]

Feedly launches cloud service

If you use Google Reader and haven’t yet chosen a new service, you’re running out of time, as Google is finally shutting everything down on July 1. Feedly is the best alternative I’ve seen so far, and this move to the cloud shows that the company is very interested in not only grabbing Google’s refugees, […]

Feedly No Longer Dependent on Google Reader

Time’s getting close, so this is good news. Feedly for iPad, iPhone Updated – No Longer Dependent on Google Reader via The Digital Reader.

Newsreader Update

We’re seeing a lot of innovation happening as a result of Google Reader’s shut down. While it’s causing some grief and irritation in the short run, I think we’re going to soon be enjoying some awesome alternatives in the near future. Competition always spurs innovation. Here’s an update.

Feedly makes RSS fun again

A news reader with style on your desktop and devices that keeps everything in sync . . . feedly will put you in genea-reading heaven!