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/
Feedly is coming to Windows Phone and Windows 8, confirmed by Neowin! Good work everyone!
After the API is done, is their a chance you would make an app for these platforms?
Here's some information on how you can build an app that works on both Windows Phone and Windows 8! http://winsupersite.com/windows-phone/new-course-build-apps-both-windows-8-and-windows-phone-8
If you guys do a Kickstarter to do this, I would donate $30.
Everyone please share this page on Twitter! The more votes we get the better!
You guys could use Kickstarter to raise the funds. If it doesn't get funded you lose nothing, if it does then millions of users would have access to your excellent service!
@joe monttta that's absurd. Does Apple not care about it's own product as well, then? Can't change keyboards or home screens on iOS either, and I'd argue you don't need a notification center when you have live tiles. Microsoft has been marketing the hell out of Windows and Windows Phone. I used Android 4 for about 10 months, and I still think Windows Phone is better.
Here's a mockup of how amazing Feedly for Windows 8 could be. http://i.imgur.com/drFhDiE.png
I desperately want this. I'm working on a mockup of what this could look like, and even with only 30 mins of work over my lunch break, it looks awesome. I'll be sure to post the URL to the completed design, free for Feedly to use :)Jacob shared this idea ·
We let publishers decide whether to showcase their content via a full feed (ie. full text and multimedia content can be read through a reader app) or a partial feed (ie. only showing limited text, inviting readers to browse full-content directly on their website). The choice is entirely in their hands.
More on our viewpoint on partial feeds: http://feedly.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/234759