Feedly Pro

Feedly has become the new favorite RSS reader since the demise of Google Reader. They were one of the first to have a full solution to Google Reader and their apps are packed with features. Now, Feedly users can get Feedly Pro. It’s a paid service that adds a few more features.

Feedly Pro comes at a price of $45 for a full year of service or $5 per month. With it you get a few new features which include:

  • Article Search – Search within your Feedly feeds.
  • Evernote support – You can one-click save to your Evernote notebooks.
  • Premium Pocket – Allows you to one-click save to Pocket for offline reading.
  • Premium Support – Puts you at the front of the support line.

Is Feedly Pro worth it? It really depends on your usage. For normal people who use Feedly to occasionally read up on the latest news, you probably won’t need the new features. If you’re a hardcore RSS user who must always have something to read, then $45 is perfectly reasonable for a year of Feedly Pro service. Given how Feedly is an incredibly useful and free resource all on its own, some people may opt to get Feedly Pro just as a thank you to developers.

For now, the Feedly Pro service is limited to the web app. However, they have stated that they’re working to bring the Pro features to all of their apps, including Android. They’ve also stated that more features will be added to Pro in future updates, so be sure to keep an eye out for that.

If you’re interested, you can check out their official website for more details. Will anyone be picking up Feedly Pro?

Joe Hindy
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  • kyrios

    Nice, although of little use to me until an Android version is made available.

  • Alexander Cossio

    On the current Android free version, whats up with their widget? is it fixed yet??

  • MrMLK

    I did the $99 for a lifetime of pro. $45/year seemed like a big jump from $0, but $99 once seemed like a great deal.

  • Ruz

    I will never go for even a free version of Feedly, forget subscribing to their Pro version. I hate their UI and the navigation is also not smooth as google reader which is more java script based and simple UI.

    The most close UI and simple to use and navigate is one and only INOReader.com rest all the readers are less in one feature or the other. I have tried most other popular news feed reader before but never found the best till now. Even inoreader is not the best in my view and lacks many features but if i get all those features which i want then i can happily pay max. $5 a year

  • VicMatson

    I can’t help but think they would make more charging much less, like 20 bucks or a little less a year. Search is free, Google invented it a long time ago. The rest I can’t say I would ever use. So that makes a “fries with that” thing.

  • Timmy

    I use the free version and already have one click (tap?) save to Pocket both for Android and iOS (iPad) Saving to Evernote would be nice but not $45 nice. And how many calls do they get? For an RSS app?

  • Nazmul Hasan Rupok

    45$ !! Ok poor people like me should try this one!

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