The Good Feedly offers curated suggestions, different layouts, and gesture-based shortcuts. Also, it is pretty darn attractive compared with other apps in its category.
The Bad Can't reorganize subscriptions from the mobile app. No two-panel view and should have one, especially on tablets. No OPML import tool (yet).
The Bottom Line Feedly for Android isn't perfect, but it is certainly one of the best mobile RSS readers available.
Your full-featured Google Reader replacement
With, Feedly might be your best bet as an app that lets you access your RSS feeds while on the go. It looks great, works well, and offers a number of different display options that some people think make it even better than Google's departed reader. At this point, the app still isn't perfect, but with all of the work its developers are dedicating to its improvement, it has a good chance of eventually getting there.
The first thing you'll notice about Feedly is that, for an RSS reader, it's exceptionally attractive. While many other readers (including Google Reader) offer a decidedly basic design, mostly made up of lists and text, Feedly offers a much more polished experience. Its bright colors, clean lines, and sans-serif typefaces make up an overall modern look and feel. And because Feedly uses big images and creative layouts, using the app can feel almost like reading a magazine. So, if you don't mind something that's little more visually arresting than your everyday RSS reader, Feedly is as good a choice as any. At the same time, the app does offer less flashy display options (headlines only) for anyone who just wants to dive right into the text of their feed.
To get started using Feedly, you must log in with your Google account. You can either type one into the field or select any of the accounts that are connected to your Android device. If you're an existing Google Reader user, all of your RSS subscriptions, folders, and starred posts will automatically be imported. If not, then you'll have to start by giving Feedly a few sites to subscribe to. The bad thing here, of course, is that Feedly does not as of yet let you import an OPML file. This means that if you're coming from a service other than Google, then you'll have to start from scratch. Good news is, the app's developers have announced that they are, in fact, working on adding the feature.
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