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
@J C - this is not a matter of if they provide full feeds to some readers, they have only partial one and Reeder 3 force downloads the rest of the content without their permission. We're big fans of open web and we honor the decision of the publisher.
Hi Eric, sorry to hear this, yes, it is $18/month/user for the Team.
Would you please indicate what you mean by the non-functional icon?
Hello, we're very sorry about this, please see here for workaround and status updates: http://blog.feedly.com/2016/03/30/ios-google-sign-in-not-working-fixing/
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/
At the moment feedly is not available on Windows 8 devices.
However, our goal is to offer an API which will be compatible with the Google Reader API so that existing Windows 8 Google Reader apps can easily plug in and continue to function.
We will keep you posted on this feature request !