Feedly installs its own cloud application support before the end of Google Reader
The retiring July 1 Google Reader , and feedly is wishing you a safe journey to the beyond Web services. To separate completely from Google, Feedly created its own infrastructure to serve their applications and some developers in their own cloud, instead of relying on company servers Mountain View.
The Cloud Feedly not only allows users of Google Reader that migrated can still access your RSS after July 1, but also provides an open framework for others to build on the platform. Thus, IFTTT , Newsify, Press, NextGen Reader and Social Sprout launch Feedly connected applications from today.
The company also redesigned its web interface to function on all browsers without a plugin, a feature that had been requested by many users.
Although Feedly was one of the first to react to the departure of Google Reader, not only in the competition to attract to their “widowed.” Digg launching next week its own RSS reader , after a campaign that has provoked considerable interest. While Google Reader is free for users, both evaluating Feedly like Digg would add features “premium” pay, although competition may take a while these plans for now.
Link: Feedly Cloud is Now Available to All Users (Feedly Blog)Tags: feedly, Google Reader, leer, read, RSS, Web