Tag Archives: newsreader
Have you looked at the WordPress app yet? You don’t need to be a WordPress blogger to find it useful. The Reader component is delightful. It’s designed for WordPress blogs but it can also follow other blog platforms. Here’s a quick tour of the reader basics. A later post will look at adding and organizing […]
The WordPress app [free – Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android] impresses me more every day. I really enjoy using the editor to post articles. It did take time to find out where the features I use are located. Now that I’m comfortable with the layout, I find the screen much less distracting when I’m writing. I […]
Did you know that you can subscribe to your favorite channels in YouTube and have those videos delivered to you in your Feedly newsreader? You can . . . and it’s easy!
It looks like the demise of RSS – and the blogs it supports – has gotten a reprieve. What brought this about? We can thank Apple’s upcoming News app/service and Facebook Instant Articles for this new interest in syndicated feeds. Even Feedly is testing a publisher toolkit which could give us more contol on how […]
Looks like I wasn’t the only one paying attention to Yahoo’s shopping spree . . . Suppose that when you stumble upon an interesting blog post, you could click a “Follow on Yahoo” button, much the way you’d tweet a link or “Like” the post on Facebook. Clicking this “Follow on Yahoo” button would then […]
Time’s getting close, so this is good news. Feedly for iPad, iPhone Updated – No Longer Dependent on Google Reader via The Digital Reader.