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    12 comments  ·  Suggestions » Google Reader Features  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Steven James Burks commented  · 

    I have only found a way to mark an article, or an entire feed, as read, but not unread. This does not make sense to me. What if ... I accidentally click on a "mark all as read," for example? Like I just did ... ? :D Now the feed disappears, for all intents and purposes. I can't even mark individual articles within the feed unread. At LEAST enable this. It's basic.

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    276 comments  ·  Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    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

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    under review  ·  Arthur responded

    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/

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