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Magazinelike interface

Feedly's large images and creative layouts almost make you feel like you're reading a magazine.

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Lists and thumbnails

Even Feedly's list view is relatively attractive compared with what you get from many other apps in its category.

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Easy to navigate

With the tabs on the left, you can easily navigate between categories and individual sites. Unfortunately, though, there's no two-panel view that would keep the navigation on the left while you're reading.

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Reading view

Individual posts look nice in the reading view. From here, you can save the post to Pocket or Instapaper, share it, or open it up in your browser.

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Gesture-based shortcuts

Feedly supports gestures for quickly marking items as Read and Unread.

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Widget

Feedly comes with home page widgets that show you recent posts, and you can set the refresh rate.

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Easy to subscribe

To subscribe, simply tap the "+" button on the right. This is easy enough, but it would be nice to be able to subscribe to entire categories at once.

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Curated collections

Feedly's curated collections offer a nice assortment of sites to get you started.

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