Hello, I’m sorry for the frustration, Safari is changing the way browser extension work. We are going to explore what it would take to migrate our extension from the old model to the new model which seems to be more app-based.
You can get our browsers extensions at https://feedly.com/i/support/extensions, they’re actually available for Chrome and Firefox only at this moment.Josh McNamara commented
I think that Safari extensions are being supported only through App Store now. Feedly developers may need to jump a few new hurdles.
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.htmlJosh McNamara commented
It would be useful to able to cache full webpages for sites that do not display full content within Feedly. This would be of interest to academics, who can not view academic journals at home (need institutional login from institutional wifi). Whole page caching would solve that.