As someone who needs to keep track of the news, I have a few different ways of doing so. While at my computer, I use the web interface for Feedly, as it organizes everything the way I like, and I have been using Feedly since Google Reader went buh-bye. On mobile, I use Palabre, to read the content due to its Feedly integration, and I keep Feedly on my device to add new sources on the fly.
In addition to using Palabre and Feedly, Google Now also will inform me if there is new content from a website that I recently visited. Now, to enhance that portion of an RSS Feed, Feedly has announced integration with Google Now.
With feedly Now cards, feedly will find the trending stories in the publications you follow and surface them to you throughout the day through Google Now. And you can personalize this experience even more: If you have favorite publications or blogs that you’d love to see in Google Now, you can tell us to follow these stories more closely by marking those sources as must-read in your feedly.
Now if you use both Google Now and Feedly, there is a really simple way to get the Feedly Now cards into Google Now on your device. Be sure you have updated the Google App to the latest version, download the latest version of the Feedly app, and you’re good to go. The cards will begin showing in Google Now, and will update as new stories come in.
Once the cards have started to populate, tapping an article will take you directly to Feedly. So if you’re like me and use a third-party app to read your Feedly content, you will just have to deal with using the official app if you want to take advantage of this new feature.
Let us know what you think about Feedly integration with Google Now in the comment section below. While you’re at it, let us know what apps you use to keep track of your RSS Feeds and news while you’re on the go.
Source: Feedly Blog