Enable offline reading for all unread items +images in feeds
I catch up on my RSS reading in the metro (spotty at best cell service) and on flights (often no service even available) -- please enable offline reading of unread items, and sync unread/bookmark/etc. on the next connect. The workflow of the MobileRSS app does this very well currently, and allows per-folder caching and selection of whether to cache images or not, on wifi only or any connection. That is a bit overboard, but being able to add an offline cache is the main feature I'll miss moving from my current solution.
PS: Otherwise, great app!
The current feedly apps (iOS and Android) do not offer offline article caching.
This is a feature we are looking into.
If you’re looking for offline support, some feedly partner apps support it (eg.Reeder and Newsify on iOS, or Press on Android).
Those apps are powered by the feedly Cloud API and will seamlessly recreate your reading environment (all your feeds are sync’ed from feedly when you login).
To explore the feedly partner apps and their features, visit http://www.feedly.com/apps.html
i would pay for pro if you make this available....
Tyler Smith commented
I would pay for pro if this happens.
Given this is the #3 requested feature this seems a lame response. Does 'Under Review' actually mean it's a possibility?
I moved to Feedly after Google Reader closed, offline reading and its simple UI were the two features that made reader. Feedly has a great UI but I really miss the offline capability. The alternative parter apps' UIs don't really work for me, I've grown used to the feedly one so I really don't want to be forced to stop using feedly.
Wish it was added to feedly pro, which I'm already a subscriber of.
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Jeff Summers commented
This is a problem for people living in London too. Not good that there is two major cities who can't really use it because of no offline support!
Tomi Kel commented
Sorry Remi but this response is very sad and it sounds like a political problem. At the moment you are still my favorite reader but overtime feedly became a browsing tool through which i save to Pocket / Instapaper to view offline. If I were you I would get myself together and make this super important feature a reality, otherwise someone else will do it before you and everyone will abandon ship.
I really appreciate what you do but do not support a very important use case in which people go underground and still want to read stuff, not to mention the fact that if you were underground and read a few stories (without images) it won't sync and you then need to review these again.
Mark McGuire commented
With over 100K user on Android, I would imagine you can do better than your competition by enabling your users the power of using Feedly offline.
I'm wanting this feature too! It's essential for any RSS feed reader to read off line .. I recently switched from feedddlerPro to feedly.. Hope some updates arrive soon..
People want offline features because we live and work in places where fast reliable access isn't always available.
Tony Izzo commented
I just voted for this, but want to add my personal request that content stored for offline viewing be stored (at least optionally) on the SD card.
As many others have stated, this singular feature would convince me to stump up for a Pro subscription. I appreciate that there are other apps that will integrate but you've done a good job so far on the Android app and I don't want to have to use a 3rd party workaround as they're almost always a compromise.
Niko Lowry commented
I didn't see an edit button, and wanted to add: if any Android developers walk into this thread, please for the love of god make an XPOSED module that enables offline reading.
Niko Lowry commented
This feature is a must. Why would I ever want to use two apps?
I love the style, ui/ux of Feedly, but being a NYer I'll never even consider replacing Pulse for two apps.
Mickets BR commented
JustReader is still the best for Android, IMHO. Downloads content for offline, customized settings per feed (choose to download or not images, audio, full web view, etc.). Just works.
John Pappas commented
This one feature would create another Pro user. This feature is why pay a number of "freemium" services. As with others, I frequently do not have a reliable connection (Secure areas, heavy buildings, remote locations, Firewalls, etc), and rely on apps that overcome the requirement for constant and reliable internet connection.
Shane Burger commented
I'm coming back to this after initially voting on it in March, and find it amazing that this is the third highest voted request (an essential, in my book) yet it isn't even being considered by Feedly. Wow, guys. Wow. I wish I could give it all the votes I have left.
As a New Yorker who takes the subway, having access to articles in their full form (with images) is a BIG plus.
Yes - you are right - it has been done in other apps. Therefore, how hard can it be to do it in yours? Instead, we have to lessen our overall Feedly UX by using another app on our iOS devices.
Steven Evans commented
Why should i need two apps to read my news, due to this i currently use feedly to read when i have wifi but have to switch to a poorer 3rd party client for when I am on the tube. This can cause sync issues and a poor user experience.
People want the feature in FEEDLY we are aware the feature is available else where. Why do you consistently offer premium features that no one is asking for...
If you added offline support id happily pay your pro subscription
Dale Flannery commented
Hi Arthur. Please provide a way that we users can down-vote your response.
NY Mom commented
@ Arthur, Please publish a faq on how we can sync feedly with various other offline readers. If Feedly is not going to create an offline-compatible app, at least make it easier for your users to figure out how to make it work with the second app we will need to install. Thanks.