Feedly for Windows Phone & Windows 8
Please, I beg you. Make an app for both Windows Phone and Windows RT/8. Or at the very least, make the web version compatible with IE10.
At the moment we don’t offer feedly for Windows phones. But here are a couple of things that might interest you:
- You can access feedly from NextGen, a Windows Phone and Windows 8 app. See more here: http://www.feedly.com/apps.html
- feedly is available pure web (plugin and extension-free) and can be used on Windows as a result. Try here: http://cloud.feedly.com/
Devendra Deshpande commented
As many have said before: please at least make the cloud.feedly.com work with the windows phone 8 browser.
please create the app for windows phone like as other platform !
Rami Berraies commented
Please make a Feedly app, it is needed on the Windows Phone platform!! And would make your users happy
How many votes do you Feedly need for this suggestion to be fulfilled??? TOP 2 suggestion at the moment!! DO YOU LISTEN YOUR USERS?
Phonly is nice, but has horrible bugs. Nextgen is much better option but still, official app would be the best!
I tried both Phonly and NexGen reader but I enjoyed more the official App on my previous phone. Like many other, I decided to move to Windows phone and I would love to see the official Feedly App.
Ricardo Wickel commented
Phonly is a great Windows Phone App for feedly - but we & you need a Windows 8 App with Live Tile support
i have windows8, and I really really want the official feedly app for it! it will be fantastic!
Matt Lohr commented
NextGen looks nice, and generally works well, but has miscellaneous difficulties with loading web pages within its window. So for now, I am using the feedly web in Modern IE, which means opening links in new tabs (or the Modern equivalent thereof).
look like windows phone users did not like reading via RSS, please make it available on WP and WRT.
I do use some third-party apps that support feedly on Windows Phone 8 but I would love to use an app developed by feedly.
Fabio Raphael commented
WP8 App please
Autumn Corvus commented
I'm a Feedly Pro customer. I love the new Evernote integration, it's a game changer for me, unfortunately the desktop browser version of Feedly doesn't respond to touch input well. I really hope you'll be producing a Windows 8-native version of Feedly, as someone who's productivity-oriented and a Feedly Pro user that's certainly one of the new features I would prioritize.
Erez A. Korn commented
Unfortunately, the pure web version does NOT work on Windows Phone 8. It presents a page saying "This tab should close automatically. If not, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for support"
Feedly works in Internet Explorer 10/11 now and Nextgen released an app for Windows Phone 7 users. Still would be nice if Feedly made a official app for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 7/8.
Tarsis Vinicius Passos Pereira commented
The cloud does not work in internet explorer 10:11, so we can not manage the account by phone or windows windows rt. I imagine that the idea is to replace Google Reader, should be given more attention the various platforms that exist today and they are growing. The answer given was very vague, I can understand that at the moment is out of plans to create an app for Windows Phone and Windows RT, but at least compatibility with Feedly Cloud and Internet Explorer should be checked, because it affects all users of the browser.
Stuart Zahn commented
Please include support for Windows Phone 7.1
Shawn Keene commented
NextGen reader on Windows Phone 8 rocks!
Pascal Sartoretti commented
I don't see why feedly people should spent time developing an app for each possible OS; however, it would be great to have a single web application which gracefully adapts itself to the size of the screen, and works on all browsers.
Just what Google Reader did :-)
feedly is supported by nextgen reader, what are you all whining about
It's not like they're asking for a Symbian app... Windows app should be the logical next step for Feedly to take... I don't buy phones based on OS, and I would hate to have to find another reader should I end up getting a Nokia (Lumia 1020). You won't even consider it? Wouldn't it make good business sense?
As for Blackberry, you could easily port your Android app over to BB AppWorld... Then post the availability on your site!