After that update today, Feedly on iOS looks terrific - especially on an iPad. I was unsure when I noticed the word “beta” in the splash screen. Maybe the curated app store model has conditioned me to expect completed apps.  But the app is great. I like how my feeds appear on the left, while other sites are shown on the right. There’s a clear separation between sites you have explicitly subscribed to and those you have not. At this point, it’s not very clear to me how many unread items I have, and when I have gone through my items. But I’ve only just used the app for a day. Very attractive UI too.

After that update today, Feedly on iOS looks terrific - especially on an iPad. I was unsure when I noticed the word “beta” in the splash screen. Maybe the curated app store model has conditioned me to expect completed apps. 

But the app is great. I like how my feeds appear on the left, while other sites are shown on the right. There’s a clear separation between sites you have explicitly subscribed to and those you have not. At this point, it’s not very clear to me how many unread items I have, and when I have gone through my items. But I’ve only just used the app for a day.

Very attractive UI too.

Ramkumar ShankarFeedly, iPad, apps