Tablet-Optimized Feedly 2.0 Arrives with Simplicity, Elegance

Feedly 2.0 is now in the Android Market and it’s a thing of beauty.  In fact, after one day of usage, we’re ready to call it one of the best examples of Honeycomb optimization we’ve seen thus far.  While the RSS reader/mind feeder comes preloaded with a ton of awesome content and resources from all areas of interest, it’s the simply Google Reader integration that we love most.  Presenting your existing news and blog information in a clean, magazine-like layout, Feedly breathes new life into RSS feeds.  Toss in support for Read It Later, Instapaper, and Twitter and you can see why we’re over the moon.  Future releases should also include Facebook support as well as landscape mode among other details.

Read more at the Feedly blog!

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. Anonymous
    May 04, 20:58 Reply

    Just installed on my Acera Iconia A500. Looks slick! Definitely an aesthetic step-up from the reliable workhorse, NewsRob.

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