Feedly for iOS updated w/ speed reading feature, redesigned iPad UI, night theme, more

Feedly has just updated its iOS app to version 18.0.5 with a handful of new features. For those unfamiliar, Feedly is a service that aggregates conent from a variety of sources, including news sites, YouTube, RSS feeds, and more. The biggest feature in this update according to the developers is a new speed reading functionality. The feature allows users to quickly move from one inlined article to the next by simply tapping on the edge of the interface.

Also new in this update is a redesigned iPad interface, focused on speed and stability, as well as a new night theme that essentially changes all the white interfaces to a darker color. The full change log is below:

Spotlight feature:

  • Speed reading

Other new features:

  • New iPad design
  • New night theme
  • Faster image processing
  • New mark all as read card with reading stats.
  • Crash fixes

The Feedly update is available now on the App Store.

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Comments

  1. PMZanetti - 9 years ago

    From that screen shot, it looks like a great RSS view….almost makes me reconsider them over Pulse….

    But…Feedly’s desktop version is so awful I still don’t think I can give them my attention.

  2. Pierre Nel - 9 years ago

    OMG – when are they going to change the weird scrolling so the list view doesn’t scroll a page at a time? Why can’t it just scroll normally, like all the other apps in the universe? I asked them about it on twitter once, and they said it just takes some time to get used to it. Why would anyone need to get used to it? :-/

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