Feedlab is a brand new Feedly client for Windows Phone

4:00:00 AM Dickwyn Y 0 Comments

Back in May, developer ClevLab announced that they will be holding a private beta to test out their upcoming unofficial feedly client for Windows Phone. Two months have passed and today, ClevLab is announcing that they're finally ready to remove the beta tag from the application and open it for everyone to download and use.

The app itself is available for devices running Windows Phone 8.1 and above and although the app is free but it is supported with ads in certain areas of the app. Users can opt out of the ads by supporting Feedlab with an in-app purchase which removes the ad (prices start at $1.49 for a single year without ads).

In case you're unsure what FeedLab does, it's basically an unofficial Feedly client for Windows Phone (p.s. Feedly is an RSS reader app). Also, there is no official Feedly app on Windows Phone yet.

  • Add the RSS feeds of your favorite websites, blogs, magazines and journals
  • Group your feeds in categories
  • Order and customize your categories as you wish
  • Customize the display of articles as you wish (only the title, with small or large images, or even large tiles)
  • Find the summary of each article, with the ability to continue the reading to the desired website
  • Discover optimized gestures to simplify your daily use
  • Live tiles: pin your favorite categories on the home screen of your phone via the speech feature, listen your articles
  • Launch a new search on FeedLab directly from Cortana

The email announcement ClevLab sent out earlier today:

After a long period of private beta, we are pleased to announce the official launch of FeedLab on Windows Phone 8.1: http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appid=15878a1b-df0a-4723-9180-bdf5fb1fe938

We wanted to thank you to have tested FeedLab during this private beta. Your many emails and suggestions have helped us to improve FeedLab according to your expectations.

In this first version, we have prioritized the most requested features to easily use the Feedly service on your Windows Phone. Rest assured, it's only a version 1.0, and updates are already planned to continue to best meet your needs (your suggestions sent up to now have been saved and will be gradually realized).

Small precision, the private beta and the official application being 2 different applications, be sure to adjust the settings according to your use of FeedLab.

Thanks again and enjoy FeedLab!

Have a good week
ClevLab team