Speed Reading Feature Offered by Feedly Reader for Android
Article by George Norman
On 13 Jan 2014
Feedly Reader for Android has recently been updated to version 18. Among other things, this updated version introduces a new feature called Speed Reading.

Speed Reading works like this: with a simple tap you can move from one article to another. With a simple gesture you can switch from one inlined article to another.


The Feedly team recently updated Feedly Reader for Android to version 18. The focus with this update fell mainly on speed. You see, you can now switch from one article to another quite rapidly thanks to a newly introduced feature called Speed Reading. Thanks to speed reading, you can tap and switch from one article to another.

So if you are a speed reader, you are going to love this new feature. Check it out by updating to Feedly Reader for Android version 18 or by getting the app from Google’s Play Store here.

Feedly Reader for Android version 18 comes with a few other speed-oriented changes. The speed of the image processing service has been improved. The user experience for the Nexus 7 has been redesigned and the focus, of course, fell on speed and efficiency. Support for Google+ has been added so that Google+ users can quickly log into the app.

It must be mentioned that from a visual point of view, Feedly Reader for Android version 18 comes with an enhanced black/night theme. It must also be mentioned that the random colors in the left sector have been removed. The Feedly team did so because it plans to add a new feature that will allow users to assign their own colors to collections.

The previous release, Feedly Reader for Android version 17, also focused on speed. According to the release notes, that update offered a “faster and more fluid experience.” That was fancy talk for “version 17 has 300% faster start time to offer.”

Tags: Feedly, Feedly Reader, Android, Google, Play Store, Speed Reading
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