Support https connection
Because similar services are blocked in China
https support was implemented in feedly v17.1.
To access feedly via https, simply point your browser to https://cloud.feedly.com/
More information is available in the feedly knowledgebase: http://feedly.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/235015-how-do-i-take-advantage-of-https-
The address was changed to https://feedly.com/index.html
Impossible to connect and use sincère the update
I don't think that https should be a pro feature. Nobody should have to pay for a secure connection.
Samuel Lee commented
HTTPS is available now.. Thanks to Artur and the Feedly team!
But Android application still uses plain HTTP. Are there any plans to fix the app?
https://cloud.feedly.com/#my works now. :)
Lai Chiang commented
I thought https is the new normal. And you charge for that!?
Could you also update the browser plugins so they will automatically switch to https for a premium user ?
“Note: we heard the people who would like to see HTTPS be also part of the standard feedly offer. HTTPS will be the first feature to go free when the next batch of feedly pro is available. Thanks for the feedback.”
Search within feeds and mainly https protocol should be free standard features. This is how much you care about users! Do NOT expect me to pay a penny for these basic features. I’ve setup up my own “tiny tiny RSS” for FREE on openshift, and guess what: it supports searches and https. You should seriously think about changing your business model, it sucks!
DIGG support https connection, and it is free
It's announced for PRO but https is a standard feature nowadays!
Upgrade to feedly pro for HTTPS access???
“Upgrade to feedly pro for HTTPS access” Crap!
Andre Crim commented
Waiting for this particular feature too.
Great work with Feedly!
Where is https support Feedly? I don't want to give the NSA my reading habbits because Feedly doesn't support https. Please implement Sando Mathys comment. "While at it, please make sure you implement modern https, i.e. enable Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS) and TLS 1.2. Bonus points for disabling RC4.
And yes, Google does PFS and TLS 1.2 (but they also do RC4)."
Over a month.. how long does this take?! In 2013 this oversight puts the entire service reputation in doubt. COME ON.
Sandro Mathys commented
While at it, please make sure you implement modern https, i.e. enable Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS) and TLS 1.2. Bonus points for disabling RC4.
And yes, Google does PFS and TLS 1.2 (but they also do RC4).
Huan Zhao commented
This is the only feature it matters
Located in Iran, I'm a previous google-reader, now I have trouble reading some feeds because they only work with HTTPS connections. With HTTP, they are blocked/filtered.